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Current ResponsibilitiesOlivia Freeland is a Senior Leasing Associate with Jones Lang LaSalle in the Philadelphia office with a focus on Agency Leasing and Tenant Representation services. With ten years of experience in the real estate industry, Olivia is a respected and sought after leader and team member due to her ability to decipher client’s needs and help provide strategic real estate solutions.
ExperiencePrior to joining Brokerage Services, Olivia was a valued member of the Jones Lang LaSalle Project and Development Services group. Olivia possesses a unique professional experience, with a high level of understanding regarding the intricacies of corporate and institutional companies, leading real estate firms, and multi-functional design teams. She is successful working within the corporate structure to produce and direct strategies for future growth of the company.
Olivia has completed projects at Jones Lang LaSalle with clients such as Behringer Harvard, Shell, Unisys, Towers Watson, and IMS Health.
Trained as an architect, Olivia was an architectural designer with Wallace, Roberts & Todd, LLC, (WRT) a national collaborative practice of urban designers, landscape architects, and architects with a focus on sustainability.
Before working with WRT, Olivia was a project manager with Trammell Crow Company and continued through the merger with CB Richard Ellis. Significant clients included Aon, Sunoco, and Kaplan.
Olivia’s experience also includes tenure with Drexel University as a junior project manager. While there, she was responsible for the design and management of internal University projects.
Education and AffiliationsOlivia received her Bachelor of Architecture from Drexel University and is a LEED Accredited Professional with the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). She is an active member of CoreNet and CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women). Olivia volunteers for many organizations including Project H.O.M.E., Students Run Philly Style, and Habitat for Humanity.