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Current responsibilities
Mr. Little is a Managing Director of Jones Lang LaSalle, responsible for providing asset valuation and implementation strategies for underutilized real estate – focusing on Public Institutions including airports, colleges and universities, local, state and federal agencies.  His duties include new business development, implementation of systems and strategies, and managing projects including strategic planning, market analysis, site infrastructure assessment, due diligence investigations and reporting, master planning, financial planning, marketing and contract negotiation.

Mr. Little has been with the firm since 1985 and has been responsible for providing integrated real estate services for clients such as the Chicago Department of Aviation, Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (Navy Pier in Chicago), Detroit Region Aerotropolis, Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ), Port of Oakland, various U.S. Navy installations, U.S. Army, General Services Administration (GSA), University of Pennsylvania, and CSX Realty Corporation.

Mr. Little is presently serving as Director for the firm’s local markets business focusing on new business opportunities that leverage Jones Lang LaSalle’s national platform.  He is providing strategic oversight for the State of Illinois’ leased and owned real estate portfolio as well as oversight on our real estate services for the State of Missouri and the State of Indiana.  He has also been providing executive oversight and transit-oriented development strategy for the Chicago Transit Authority and the City/County of Honolulu. 

In addition to the projects mentioned above, he has provided consultancy services for Newark and John F. Kennedy International Airports and disposition strategies for GSA-owned properties in St. Louis and Kansas City, MO and Arden Hills, MN.  He has served as an advisor to PANYNJ, focusing on redevelopment and ownership strategies for the retail portion of the World Trade Center. 

As a key participant in the U.S. Army’s Residential Communities Initiative (RCI), he conducted interviews, assessed local and state requirements and provided strategic planning and management oversight for the first RCI project, Fort Hood, located in Killeen, TX.  Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, Mr. Little was an Associate with Camiros, a Chicago-based urban planning consulting firm. 

Education and affiliations
Mr. Little earned a master’s degree in urban planning from the University of Michigan and a bachelor of landscape architecture from Michigan State University.  Mr. Little is a member of the American Planning Association.