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Current Responsibilities
Mr. Stanton is a Managing Director of Jones Lang LaSalle’s New Jersey office.  At Jones Lang LaSalle, Mr. Stanton represents the firm’s corporate clients and other users in all their real estate matters.

Mr. Stanton’s extensive experience in all aspects of the commercial real estate process has resulted in transactions bringing substantial value-added structures and flexibility to clients of the company.   Mr. Stanton has managed projects for some of America’s best-known companies, including Lockheed Martin, ExxonMobil, Wyeth, Mitsubishi International, Merck, Loral Space & Communications, Ltd., and sanofi-aventis.

Mr. Stanton began his career at Jones Lang LaSalle in July of 2008 due to the merger of The Staubach Company.  Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, Mr. Stanton was one of the two Managing Principals of The Staubach Company’s New Jersey Corporate Services division.  Mr. Stanton joined Staubach in November 1998.  In 1997, Mr. Stanton was a Principal of Loughlin Stanton, LLC, a commercial real estate firm he founded with his partner, Daniel J. Loughlin.  Prior to the formation of Loughlin Stanton, LLC, Mr. Stanton was Vice President for George Mintz & Company, Inc., a corporate real estate company where he specialized in Tenant Representation.

Education and Affiliations
Mr. Stanton is a Cum Laude graduate of Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York.  Mr. Stanton is a Leadership New Jersey Fellow, Class of 2000 and is active in several civic leadership roles including membership on the Board of Trustees of the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, the Board of Directors of The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars in Washington, D.C., the Board of Directors of The Regional Plan Association, the Board of Trustees for Hudson County Chamber of Commerce and The Foundation Board of the New Jersey City University.  Mr. Stanton is active in several industry trade groups on a local and national basis, among them Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC) and Biotechnology Council of New Jersey.