Scott Cullen is a Senior Vice President in JLL's Development and Asset Strategy Group.
He co-manages the Atlanta office of the Development and Asset Strategy Group and is responsible for growing the practice in the southeast.
The Development and Asset Strategy practice advises corporate and government clients, conducts market research, performs financial and development analysis, values land and underutilized assets, conducts site searches and transacts acquisitions and dispositions.
Scott has experience with acquisition, disposition and advisory projects for clients such as BP, Philip Morris, General Motors, Bank of America, Firmenich, Lennar and Whirlpool Corporation.
Recent projects have included highest and best use studies for projects in Atlanta and Charlotte, the sale of development properties in Sun Valley, Idaho, and Louisiana, and the sale of a portfolio of former Levitt & Sons partially completed residential developments in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina through a Section 363 Bankruptcy process.
Prior to joining JLL, Scott was a project manager for the St. Joe Company in the Florida panhandle, managing the development of residential resort communities.
He also served as the development manager for a golf and beach resort owner, overseeing all aspects of development.
Scott previously practiced real estate law with the firm of Dwyer & Cambre in New Orleans. He advised real estate developers on various opportunities and transactions, and he litigated real estate-related disputes.
Levitt & Sons portfolio Florida, Georgia, South Carolina $37,260,000
Whirlpool Jackson Jackson, TN $7,000,000
Triumph Mine Sun Valley, ID $7,700,000
Bank of America
earned an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern
University, with concentrations in real estate and finance.
He earned a Juris Doctorate and a BA in Accounting from Louisiana State University. Scott is licensed to practice law in Louisiana.