Kaycee Gardner joined the JLL team in 2007, and currently serves as a Senior Vice President of Brokerage in Jacksonville, FL. In 2010, Kaycee relocated from Orlando and opened the Jacksonville Corporate Office, where in just 5 years she has closed transactions amounting to over $267,921,408 million in revenue including more than $86.4 million in 2015.
Prior to joining JLL, Kaycee provided national account transaction management services for the Staubach Organization and worked as the primary liaison between Staubach and AT&T on a regional level. Kaycee has acquired extensive experience in Tenant Representation and throughout her tenure at JLL she has been responsible for facilitating more than 4 million square feet of commercial leasing transactions in the Central and North Florida markets. Kaycee is considered to be a dynamic and passionate professional who excels when leading projects and possesses extensive knowledge sophisticated commercial real estate transactions.
Deutsche Bank 300,000 s.f.
Ally Bank 200,000 s.f.
Wells Fargo 130,000 s.f.
CIT 120,000 s.f.
Holland & Knight 50,000 s.f.
Prominence Office Park Full rebranding/repositioning of asset(s) while driving overall park occupancy from 39% to 82%
Riverplace Tower In slightly over a year took asset occupancy from 49% to 86%, and identified and acquired an Anchor Bank Tenant (HQ relocation).
A graduate of the University of Missouri Kansas City, Kaycee received her Bachelor s of Science degree with a minor in Chemistry and a concentration in Biology. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, Kaycee attended Barry University where she received a Masters of Science degree in Biomechanics. In her spare time, Kaycee is an active member of National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), Commercial Real Estate for Women (CREW), Urban Land Institute (ULI), is actively involved in her church and enjoys fundraising efforts for both the American Cancer Society and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Kaycee also served as an NCAA Division I Assistant Womens Basketball Coach at the University of Central Florida.