Amy Berg is an Associate for the Business & Economic Incentives team as well as a Brokerage team in JLL’s Chicago, Illinois office. Her responsibilities include transaction management on team accounts, gathering and maintaining a repository of statewide incentives and assist clients in their real estate strategy.
Amy has experience is working with portfolio clients like AT&T, Alight Solutions, VillageMD, Trustwave and CDW. She has worked with several teams nationwide in assisting her clients in their real estate efforts. Her experience in building evaluation, lease negotiation, mark to market analysis and portfolio management provides a unique advantage for her team. For her clients, Amy regularly goes through portfolio optimization exercises by analyzing badging data, space capacity and overall market conditions. Through these exercises, she has been able to find and create opportunities to help clients become more efficient and generate savings. She is proficient in our JLL technologies like Portfolio Analytics Tool, Markets App, Blackbird, InSite and Lease Administration. Amy specializes in coworking research and transactions across the country. She closely monitors trends, pricing and activity across all coworking operators.
Alongside with her portfolio management experience, Amy is also responsible for research and marketing for our Business and Economic Incentives Team. As clients determine where to grow and expand their business, we aid in site selection and business incentives. By providing in-depth research and incentive value calculations, Amy helps her clients understand the full benefits that can be achieved through Federal, State and Local Incentives. Most notable incentive experience was the recent Lowe’s Innovation Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Amy has her State of Illinois Brokers License. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from Miami University. Alongside her daily work tasks, Amy is also involved in Big Brothers Big Sisters of Chicago, as a workplace mentor to high school students.