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Current Responsibilities
Rob McRitchie is a Vice President serving in Jones Lang LaSalle’s Development & Asset Strategy Group. Mr. McRitchie is responsible for helping the firm’s clients identify and unlock the asset value of vacant or underutilized assets.  He also serves as an expert in urban in-fill and adaptive reuse projects, working closely with the firm’s clients to recognize opportunities and to effectively navigate the complexities of urban acquisition and development.
Mr. McRitchie has over 15 years of real estate experience in markets covering the Midwest and Western United States.  Over the course of   Mr. McRitchie’s career, he has helped clients achieve positive results on complicated transaction and consulting assignments.
Previously, Mr. McRitchie was a Director for Heisman Properties, LLC, a privately held urban real estate investment, development and management organization based in Los Angeles. At Heisman he oversaw the financing, development and construction of several historical buildings in multiple states. Mr. McRitchie has extensive experience in various tax credit programs and the preservation and conversion of historical buildings in metropolitan areas.
Prior to Joining Heisman, Mr. McRitchie functioned as Project Manager for Skye Partners, an entertainment related development firm specializing in the film and creative industry of Southern California. There, he oversaw the management and leasing of large office projects and sound stages while also serving on the acquisitions and development team for the region.
Mr. McRitchie began his career working as a Senior Associate at KOLL, helping establish the Los Angeles office for the firm.
Education & Affiliations
Mr. McRitchie received his bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning and Development from the University of Southern California.  He is involved in many organizations including the Central City Association, the Historic Downtown Los Angeles Business Improvement District and is a board member on the “Bringing Back Broadway” Signage Committee. He has also been an annual speaker at the University of California, Santa Barbara in the field of Urban Economics.