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​Current Responsibilities
With a client-centric, strategic, detailed, team-oriented​, and proactive practice, Brian Niehaus, a Senior Vice President in JLL's West Los Angeles office, has translated his client's success and goals into his own thought leadership and best-practices approach to commercial real estate transactions in tenant representation, agency assignments, and building sales.

 
​Brian has provided local and/or national tenant representation services for Fusion Education Group, Microsoft, Bank of America, Adidas, Ipsos, Yahoo!, Sotheby's, Tumblr, New York Life, Aon, Lockheed Martin, Cisco, Robert Half International, Regus, and Bright Roll.

 
Brian has provided agency leasing services for CommonWealth Partners, EquityOffice, Westbrook Partners, Broadreach Capital Partners, Cohen Brothers Realty Corporation, LNR/Starwood, Divco West, LaSalle Investment Management, CIM Group, and J.H. Snyder.

 
Brian began his commercial real estate career at JLL as an analyst in 2006.

 
Specialties​
Agency leasing and tenant representation

 
Years of experience
10

 
Previous Experience
Prior to joining JLL, Brian was a member of RDN, Inc., a multi-disciplinary consultant market research team executing regional housing analyses for Department of Defense installations world-wide. Brian developed and analyzed housing market databases, conducted on-site data collection and market research, implemented economic models, and prepared technical reports for U.S. and European military installations. Immediately following Hurricane Katrina, Brian provided community housing damage assessments and recovery forecasts for military installations along the Gulf Coast.

 
Education
Bachelor of Arts degree from Loyola Marymount University

 
Community and Personal Information
​Member of Los Angeles Commercial Realty Association (LACRA)
Licensed by the California Department of Real Estate
Actively involved in the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
JLL 'Top Achiever' - 2012, 2013
JLL 'Gold Achiever' - 2014, 2015