Mark G. Levy is Managing Director and Mid-Atlantic Industrial Practice Group Leader for JLL. He also leads the firms U.S. Port, Airports and Global Infrastructure Practice.
In the Mid-Atlantic, Mark has direct responsibility and oversight for all of the Practice Groups activities in the region, including capital markets, agency and corporate occupier representation. Marks specific transactional focus is industrial investor services, which includes investment sales, land sales and development/entitlement consulting.
In addition, Mark serves as the Market Leader for JLLs Greater Baltimore/Suburban Washington Region, where he maintains full responsibility for all JLL operations across all service lines.
Marks highly diverse career has spanned over 23 years and has included senior leadership roles in asset management, investment and development within both public and private real estate companies.
Immediately prior to joining JLL, Mark served as Investment Officer/ Regional Head of Capital Deployment in the Eastern United States for Prologis (NYSE:PLD). Formerly, he ran the companys Mid Atlantic operations, with responsibility for all company activities including asset management, development, acquisitions and leasing.
Marks previous positions also include South Florida Regional Vice President for Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE: DRE) and Regional Vice President/General Manager of Florida operations for Opus Corporation. Mark started his career in commercial real estate in New York City in 1991.
Mark was a dual Honors Economics and English major at Syracuse University and is a member of the Washington, DC Area Alumni Association.
Mark currently serves as a member of the faculty of the Georgetown University Masters in Real Estate Program and as a member of the board of Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship at the George Mason University School of Management.
Mark also serves as Chair of the NAIOP National Development Forum; Vice Chairman of the NAIOP Northern Virginia Chapter and serves on the Board of Directors of the Greater Washington Board of Trade.
He is an active member of the United States Capital Historical Society, the World Affairs Council and the Economic Club of Washington.