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Current ResponsibilitiesEmily Hueber oversees the property management division for Hampton Roads and is also responsible for new business development. Her assignments include the First Potomac Realty portfolio consisting of 20 office/flex properties and over 2 million sq. feet. She is also responsible for the former Lillian Vernon plant at 750,000 sq. feet of Office/Warehouse space located in Virginia Beach.
Responsibilities include directing all day-to-day operations overseeing all tenant construction projects, bidding and supervising the management of all service contracts, management of leasing coordination with the brokerage team, developing detailed budgets, analysing operating statements, establishing and maintaining positive tenant and ownership relationships, and supervising on-site personnel and mobile engineers.
ExperienceEmily Hueber joined JLL in the middle of 2011 with over 30 years of practical experience in hospitality, retail, industrial, residential, facilities and commercial management. In her last position Ms. Hueber was the Director of Facilities of the SAIC account responsible for over 2.4 million rentable square feet and 90+ properties throughout the US. Prior to Ms. Hueber’s SAIC assignment she oversaw management & operations for The Koll Company’s Colorado Portfolio in Colorado.
Before joining the firm, Emily Hueber worked for Westfield LLC, the third largest retail REIT in the United States responsible for their NE Tri-State area shopping malls as Regional Vice President; Vector Property Services as the Vice President of Operations managing a large portfolio in three states and Verio, Inc as the Director of Corporate Real Estate and Security managing their 110 facilities including call centers across the US.
Education and Affiliations Emily Hueber is an active member of BOMA Virginia and is currently the President-elect and the BOMA Virginia Hampton Roads Director. Ms. Hueber served as the Denver Chapter President for BOMA in 1994 and served 3 full terms on the Denver BOMA’s board of directors. She was also a co-chair for the BOMA International Convention in Denver.