Senior Vice President
Mr. John Cullen joined Jones Lang LaSalle in May of 2010 with a primary focus on business development. John is the co-broker lead in the Detroit office and assists in project and development and corporate services, and transaction and 3rd party management opportunities. With over 20 years in the real estate industry, he has focused on business development, asset and project management, and engineering services.
Recently John has had the opportunity to work on different projects throughout the Michigan area, such as:
Senior Asset Manager – responsible for approximately 3 million square feet of office and mixed-use real estate in southeast Michigan. Properties include Airport Park Center, Dingell Transit Center, Federal Mogul, Burroughs and the Guardian Building.
Account Executive for Continental Automotive – responsible for project and full facility management and engineering services for sites in Michigan, Virginia, and Illinois.
Account Executive for the City of Detroit – responsible for reviewing all leases and owned assets, reconstructing recommendations, dispositions of assets, and developing an occupancy cost analysis.
Client Relationship Manager – responsible for supporting growth and project development for several different firms including Rock Ventures, The Detroit River Front Conservancy, The Detroit Medical Center, and Wayne County. Project Manager on behalf of Wayne County – responsible for the renovations of
a portion of the Guardian Building that consisted of 220,000 square feet of tenant improvements, core, and shell work.
Lead Financial Analyst on behalf of Wayne County – responsible for the purchase of and relocation into the Guardian Building; a historic 500,000 square foot high rise located in the heart of Detroit’s central business district.
Hines Team Member – responsible for supporting all asset management, leasing, and capital and business operations for GM Renaissance Center.
John graduated from Western Michigan University with many ties to the community. He supports many nonprofit organizations including the Detroit River Conservancy, The Parade Company, Downtown Detroit Partnership, and BOMA.