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Geoff Rockhill joined Jones Lang LaSalle in 2009 as a Managing Director in the Corporate Solutions division.  In this capacity he is responsible for managing the teams that provide multi-disciplined services on a global basis to the firm's corporate clients.  He is based in New York City.

In his tenure at Jones Lang LaSalle, Geoff has been actively involved in setting the strategic directions of the accounts that fall under his watch.  These accounts include Met Life, Deutsche Bank, Barclays, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and BNY Mellon.  His clients particularly appreciate his combination of strategic approach and high-touch client service.

Geoff also has a significant transactional resume having completed over 5 million square feet of transactions either as broker or as corporate real estate lead.  His experience spans multiple continents, asset types and transaction formats.


Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, Geoff spent several years at Newmark Knight Frank as a senior member of that firm's corporate advisory services division. In this capacity, he was responsible for the development and implementation of strategic plans for many of the world's leading financial services organizations, such as Citicorp, Merrill Lynch, Soros Fund Management, Morgan Stanley, The Blackstone Group, Providence Equities, and The Carlyle Group.

Geoff also served as vice president, director of corporate real estate for Goldman Sachs, where he managed the firm's primary real estate activities: strategic planning, leasing, design and construction, critical systems and property management. 

Prior to his position with Goldman Sachs, Geoff was managing director at CBRE's Manhattan office and served as a member of its consulting group. Over the course of his career, he has also been affiliated with the New York City Public Development Corporation.


Geoff earned his MBA in Finance from New York University and his BA in Economics from Brown University.


At New York University, he was awarded the Marcus Nadler Fellow award for academic excellence.