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Current Responsibilities

Bill is a Senior Vice President with the JLL National Retail Development team.  He is responsible for identifying accretive opportunities within the managed portfolio, implementing that strategy, and overseeing the successful completion of projects.  His focus is working directly with clients to ensure that a value added approach is achieved to meet their investment objectives.  Additionally, he is responsible for maintaining anchor, department store and big box relationships.


Bill has more than 25 years of retail development and redevelopment experience with leading national regional mall owners and developers.  During his career, he has been responsible for directing over 20 major redevelopment projects totaling more than 20 million square feet of retail space, and was routinely responsible for annual construction budgets in excess of $150MM.

Bill began his career with Homart Development Company where he spent six years underwriting new regional mall developments and completing a variety of mall expansion and redevelopment projects. After Homart, he spent over 10 years as a regional development team lead with General Growth Properties.  In this role, Bill was responsible for all retail redevelopment and shopping center expansion activity in portfolios of over 30 regional shopping malls in various regions of the country.  Bill left General Growth Properties to lead the Midwest office of the Archon Group (a Goldman Sachs company) as Director of Retail Acquisitions where he led a team responsible for sourcing and developing retail and mixed-use properties for Goldman Sachs and their private equity funds. Following Goldman Sachs, Bill worked as a banker at JP Morgan and most recently at Credit Suisse.

Education and Affiliations

Bill earned an MBA in finance with honors from the University of Notre Dame and a bachelor of science degree in industrial management from Purdue.  He is an active member of the ICSC and the Urban Land Institute.