Owen Kimple

Owen Kimple

Senior Transaction Manager, New York

Current Responsibilities

Owen Kimple is a Senior Transaction Manager in JLL’s Markets group in New York City. Owen currently serves as a Transaction Manager for a Fortune 100 financial services firm as well as a multinational media conglomerate. In this capacity, Owen manages domestic real estate portfolios totaling 6M RSF for office and industrial assets, has led the implementation and ongoing process governance of transaction management services for his clients and drives portfolio strategy initiatives through the development of business intelligence dashboards and analytics.


Owen has been at JLL for eight years. His experience includes representing tenants with management and execution of lease and sales transactions, developing and implementing best practices and tools across regions, running detailed financial analysis as well as a wide variety of reporting and analytics. 
Select Tenant Representation:

  • 90K RSF New York headquarter downsize/renewal, negotiated an initially planned 15 year extension down to 2 years at 10% below current rate to take advantage of softened market and provide flexibility for future space requirements; $2.9M run rate savings.
  • 95K RSF Toronto warehouse sale resulting in $450K run rate savings.
  • Led 225K RSF portfolio disposition initiative via subleases, sales and early terminations to support aggressive transition to permanent remote working

Prior to joining JLL in 2015, Owen worked as an analyst for Savills-Studley’s Strategic Portfolio Solutions consulting group for four years performing portfolio optimization analysis and workplace strategy.


Owen is a 2010 graduate from Cornell University’s Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Economics and Management.

In 2008, he participated in a study abroad program in Australia through James Cook University in Cairns. He is a licensed Real Estate Salesperson in the State of New York.

Client Network

  • Bank of New York Mellon
  • Citigroup
  • American Express
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Thomson Reuters
  • Convene
  • Canon