Anthony Puglisi

Anthony Puglisi

Vice President

Current responsibilities:

Anthony Puglisi joined Jones Lang LaSalle in August 2010 as a Senior Project Manager in the Project & Development Services group in the New York Office. Anthony is responsible for providing superior senior project management in coordinating and managing new construction (out of the ground), retail, infrastructure, and tenant interior renovations. As of joining Jones Land LaSalle he has worked on and completed projects for; Standard Charter Bank Headquarters in New York City, 236,000 sq. ft. on three floors, including 207 trading positions and N plus one infrastructure. MetLife’s new Corporate Headquarters in New York City 536,000 sq. ft. the project included the re-invention of MetLife’s work place strategy and corporate environment. In addition, the project consisted of an additional 36,000 sq. ft. on two floors for the Managing Executives. Similar projects involving the development and implementation of new work place strategies and corporate re-branding are Pearson Publishing 550,000 sq. ft. across two sites in New York City and Hoboken NJ .and Grant Thornton where JLL on a national level, started in 2015 working with Grant Thornton to rebrand and renovate all their office across the USA. He has worked with the Property Management group at 400 Park Avenue to develop a five-year capital plan as well as overseeing the fit out of tenant and public areas within the building. Anthony continues to work with Pearson Publishing in their consolidation of their various business groups and in implementation of their new corporate standards.


Anthony has over 45 years of building and managerial experience in the construction industry. His responsibilities have included the interface with Building Owners, Property Management, Tenants, Architects, Engineers, Contractors and Subcontractors. He has developed and controlled project budgets and schedules to ensure successful completions of the construction projects.

Anthony has held various positions in the construction industry. Over the last 22 years, he has been applying his construction and management skills as a Project Manager for Gardiner & Theobald and Shorenstein Properties. During this time Anthony worked for such clients as Burberry and YSL, working with Real Estate and operations in developing their new roll out programs. For both Burberry and YSL this included their new Flagship stores in Manhattan. For five years Anthony was also the Project Manager for the Boys’ Club of New York during which time he over saw the construction of Boys Club first new club house in 90 years in Flushing Queens. Anthony has been on the Owner side while working for Federated Department stores as Director of Construction over seeing all new core and shell construction for the Macy’s East Division. His responsibilities included coordination of the Macy’s East Marking and Merchandising Groups, Federated’s in-house Design and Construction Group and the General Contractor. He has also provided Construction Manager services where he was the point person overseeing all capital projects and tenant alterations for Deutsche Bank (the Bankers Trust) properties managed by Edward S. Gordon Real Estate. He interfaced between the Bank’s in House operation Groups, Building Management and construction working on the various capital and tenant projects. Anthony ensured all work complied with the Bank’s procedures and building standards. In addition, Anthony prepared budgets as part of yearly and five-year plan as related to capital and tenant improvements.

Education and affiliations:

Anthony holds a B.A., Fine Arts, from Queens College in Flushing, New York.

Representative clients with Generators:

  • Standard Charter Bank
  • Pearson Publishing
  • NBC Broadcasting
  • Do & Co Catering

Representative clients:

  • Amazon
  • UBER
  • Deutsche Bank
  • NBA
  • New York Racing Authory, Oversight Resort World Build out at Aquaduct Race track
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • Empire State Realty Trust
  • CNA Insurance
  • MDC Partners