Mike Nelson is a Managing Director in the Integrated Portfolio Services (IPS) group where he specializes in account management and portfolio advisory consulting on behalf of JLL's strategic clients. Current and former strategic clients include: Carnegie Mellon University, Education Management Corporation (EDMC), BNY Mellon, Mylan, Cardtronics, Xerox and Affiliated Computer Services (ACS). In addition, Mike has managed one-off transactions on behalf of a number of additional clients across the globe.
Since joining the firm in 2004, Mike has completed over 300 office and industrial leases (acquisition, disposition and advisory assignments) both domestically and internationally, totaling over 5 million square feet and representing an aggregate lease value of over $600+ million. Throughout his 12 year career, Mike has represented a wide range of clients encompassing a broad set of industries.
- Carnegie Mellon University – 39,132 SF (Pittsburgh, PA)
- EDMC Corporate Headquarters – 117,261 SF (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Miami International University of Art & Design – 104,863 SF (Miami, FL)
- HCL Technologies – 124,944 SF (Cary, NC)
- The Art Institute of Washington – 74,557 SF (Arlington, VA)
- The Illinois Institute of Art – Chicago – 98,997 SF (Chicago, IL)
- The Art Institute of Tampa – 102,965 SF (Tampa, FL)
- The Art Institute of Philadelphia – 113,380 SF (Philadelphia, PA)
- Affiliated Computer Services – 210,162 SF (Austin, TX)
- BNY Mellon – 362,293 SF (Boston, MA)
- CoStar Power Broker: '08, '09, '10, '14, and '15
- JLL Magnet award: '14 (Excellence in Client Service)
- JLL Club award: '07 (Top 5% of Employees)
Education and Affiliations
Mike earned a Master's degree in Business Administration from University of Pittsburgh's Katz Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Finance from the University of Pittsburgh's College of Business Administration, graduating with honors from both.
Mike is a licensed real estate sales person in Pennsylvania and currently pursuing CCIM designation.