Frank Doyle is a vice
chairman and international director in the New York office of JLL. He currently
focuses on space marketing and dispositions for major institutions, public and
private organizations, and local and global investors, and engages in occupancy
planning, strategy development and location acquisition for tenants of all
sizes. Mr. Doyle specializes in Midtown Manhattan, but has completed
transactions in every submarket in Manhattan and many locations across the New
York Tri-state region. As a member of JLLs New York leadership team, he helps
set strategy for the office and directs a staff of nearly 190 brokerage specialists
representing tenants and landlords. Mr. Doyle joined JLL in 1988, giving him nearly
30 years of real estate experience in the New York market.
Mr. Doyle has represented owners in over 20 million s.f. of transactions. Some of his key agency clients include Boston Properties, Sage Realty Trust, Paramount Group and Mutual of America.
Mr. Doyle has also assisted tenants in fulfilling their New York City requirements. Complex headquarters projects are a specialty, and he is especially skilled in developing creative occupancy options and negotiating beneficial transactions that meet corporate goals. Some of his most recent tenant representation successes include:
First Republic Bank, 150,000 s.f. new lease at 1230 Avenue of the Americas
ABN Amro Bank, 150,000 s.f. new lease at 7 World Trade Center
Allen & Overy, 140,000 s.f. new lease at 1221 Avenue of the Americas
Prior to joining JLL, Mr. Doyle was an investment manager in the retail sales department of Drexel Burnham Lambert.
Columbia Business School, Master of Business Administration
Dartmouth College, Bachelor of Arts
Board of Directors, Commercial Brokerage Division, Real Estate Board of New York