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Sonia Greenlee is a Senior Vice President with Jones Lang LaSalle in San Francisco. She is currently heading up the hospitality team in the Northwest Region. Sonia is working with national accounts such as Host Hotels & Resorts and Hyatt Development Corporation on multiple capital improvement projects for several San Francisco Bay Area properties. 

Specialties
Project and Development Services
Hospitality/Hotels/Convention Centers
Tenant Improvement Build-Outs

Years of Experience
12 years

Experience
Sonia has worked for Jones Lang LaSalle since 2006; she has managed the completion of over $80M in hospitality capital improvement projects.

Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, she worked as a project management consultant for a wide variety of projects and owners. She has worked extensively in tenant and capital improvements. Sonia attributes her success to her strong emphasis on team communication and her ability to bring projects in on time and on budget.

Key assignments include
• $55M, 1M s.f. renovation of the San Francisco Moscone Convention Center including architectural and infrastructure upgrades, with the goal of attaining Lead Silver EB certification.

• $23M, 100,000 s.f. ballroom & meeting room renovation at the Marriott Marquis, a 4 star convention hotel in downtown San Francisco. This project was completed on a fast track 7-Day a week construction schedule in only 11 weeks.

• $20M, full guest room, public space, ballroom & meeting room renovations for the Hyatt Regency SFO in Burlingame, California an 800 room hotel.

• Feasibility evaluation of a new Pavilion structure for a premier historic landmark hotel at the Ritz Carlton, San Francisco.

• Master Planning project for the Westin Kierland Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Awards
• Jones Lang LaSalle Club Award, 2010

Education and Affiliations
• BA in Business Administration from the University of Washington, Seattle

• LEED Accredited

Community and personal information
• Jones Lang LaSalle Risk Mitigation Committee (2008-2009)