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Patrick Wood is a Vice President with JLL.  Patrick specializes in the sales and leasing of industrial properties, as well as land development, in the Inland Empire and San Gabriel Valley marketplaces.


Patrick comes to JLL with over 9 years of experience in representing both owners and occupiers of industrial real estate both at a local and national level.  Patrick began his career at CBRE where in his first year in production was recognized as CBRE's National Rookie of the Year for the Industrial Practice. He then went on to be a founding member of Voit Real Estate Services' Inland Empire office where he served as a Vice President and a perennial top producer.  Recognized as a leader amongst his peer group, Patrick was recruited to JLL in 2014 and joined one of the company's top producing industrial groups in the United States.

Patrick is recognized by clients not just for his ability to execute complex real estate transactions but for his opportunistic mind-set and forethought necessary to implement long term strategies.

Key clients include: Alere Property Group, American Medical Response, Bank of the West, GE Capital, Hillwood Investment Properties, Iron Mountain, ODW Logistics, Oltmans Construction, Overton-Moore Properties, Panattoni Development, Tempur Sealy, Thackeray Partners, Prologis, Turner Investments, US Bank, Western Realco, Volkswagen Group of  America


       • Chapman University, Bachelor of Arts

Affiliations and Recognition

  • American Industrial Real Estate Association (AIR) – Member
  • NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Association - Member
  • Chapman University Alumni Association – Member
  • NAIOP Southern California Young Professionals Group (YPG) – Class of 2012
  • National Real Estate Forum - 40 Under 40: Meet the Industry's Up-and-Coming Superstars (2011)
  • CB Richard Ellis – National Rookie of the Year, Industrial Practice (2009)
  • CB Richard Ellis – Rookie of the Year, Southern California Region (2009)