Peter Jackson is a Vice President on the agency leasing team in JLL’s Baltimore offices. Specializing in landlord-representation in Baltimore City, Peter currently helps oversee the leasing of 2.5M+ square feet of existing and under-development commercial space in the market. In addition to agency leasing work, Peter also represents high-growth technology companies, nonprofit agencies and unique food & beverage concepts within the region.
Peter lives with his wife, Abby, and dog, Bodie, in Bolton Hill and is an ardent advocate for Baltimore City. He takes immense pride in his work helping to build up Baltimore by attracting new companies to the city and helping those already located here to find the right locations to grow and thrive.
5+ years of commercial real estate experience with significant transaction history in new ground-up development and pre-leasing, urban infill and adaptive reuse properties within Baltimore City.
Prior to joining JLL, Peter was a founding member of GiveCorps, a fundraising technology solution, where he oversaw Baltimore operations until its acquisition by Network for Good.Representative Agency Clients and Transactions
- Armada Hoffler Properties/Beatty Development Group – Pre-leasing of 105,000 s.f. to WeWork (new-to-market) and Jellyfish at Wills Wharf Building. 90,000 s.f + of additional leasing.
- Seawall – Represent over 800,000 s.f. of existing and proposed mixed-use development in the up-and-coming Remington and Hampden neighborhoods. Oversaw effort to bring adaptive reuse project at 1600 W. 41st Street to 90% occupancy between building opening in March of 2020 and May of 2020 with 3 new-to-Baltimore City tenants.
- Continental Realty/WorkShop Development – Lease up of Brown’s Wharf to 100% office occupancy in 1.5 years.
- American Real Estate Partners – Lease up to 90%+ occupancy including significant lease transactions with MECU (69,000 s.f.).
- Hudson Advisors – Backfilled 50,000 s.f.+ at 100 S. Charles Tower II following termination of numerous tenant leases associated with the cancelled Red Line project including GSA and Behavioral Health Systems Baltimore
- Equity Commonwealth – Backfilled over 180,000 s.f. prior to expiration of Exelon’s lease including RK&K (116,000 s.f.), Venable expansion (25,000 s.f.), Hord Coplan & Macht (35,000 s.f.) and John Hopkins University.
- Beatty Development Group
- Armada Hoffler Properties
- Cross Street Partners
- Continental Realty
- WorkShop Development
- American Real Estate Partners
- Hudson Advisors
- The RMR Group
- Equity Commonwealth
- Union Craft Brewing
- Sisu Global Health
- Baltimore Community Lending
- IDL Worldwide
- Sisu Global Health
- Vita Therapeutics
- Catalio Capital Management
- DLA Piper
- The Local Oyster
- Lucky Clover Packaging
- Monument City Brewing
Peter received a BA in Economics and Urban Studies with a minor in Architectural Studies from Trinity College in Hartford, CT. His academic focus centered around the impact that policy, economics and culture had on the built environments of cities around the world.
Peter is a Baltimore native and passionately gives back to his hometown community. He volunteers with and serves on the boards of numerous nonprofits. Some of these include:
- Moveable Feast – Former Board President; Development & Marketing Committee; Team Rebels with a Cause, Captain
- Pratt Contemporaries – Board of Directors; Black & White Party Chair
- Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Commission, Business Community Representative; Dockless Vehicle Committee
- Baltimore Community ToolBank – Hammers & Ales Committee
- The 6th Branch – Advisory Board
- Living Classrooms Foundation – 2012 Rising Stars Honoree