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LOS ANGELES-Jones Lang La Salle has expanded its growing operations both here and in Northern California with the addition of the office brokerage team of Craig Meyer and Steve Solomon, along with new multifamily brokers Alex Quintana and Patrick Shiver. Senior vice presidents Meyer and Solomon will expand the company’s presence in the South Bay and lowerWestside submarkets and will be based in the South Bay, while Quintana will be based in Century City and Shiver in San Francisco.

The Meyer-Solomon team, which joins Jones Lang LaSalle from Trammell Crow Co., will enhance the company’s competitive edge in a region that extends southward from Santa Monica to Long Beach, notes Jan Pope, Jones Lang LaSalle’s division director for the western region. Pope calls the area covered by the new team a “pivotal region,” where Meyer and Solomon transacted some of the largest leases in Southern California last year.

Meyer and Solomon bring in excess of $4 billion in combined transactional experience to the firm. The team, supported by associate Eric Adams and analyst Patty Perman, will be based in Jones Lang LaSalle’s newly opened South Bay office in theRosecrans Corridor.

Quintana and Shiver join Jones Lang LaSalle from Transwestern Commercial Services, with Quintana stepping in as a managing director at JLL and Shiver as a VP in the company’s capital markets group. The two will “collaborate on building Jones Lang LaSalle’s multifamily investment sales and finance capabilities on the West Coast,” comments David Doupé, JLL managing director.

Doupé adds that the hiring of two veteran multifamily experts was a logical next-step expansion of the capital markets group on the West Coast. The group, run by Doupé and Larry Krasner in Los Angeles and Michel Seifer in San Francisco, has grown fivefold over the last 18 months.

Quintana has been involved in more than $3 billion of multifamily, land and mixed-use investment sales and finance transactions. Shiver has been directly involved in transactions totaling more than $2 billion.

With the addition of these new teams and other expansions, Jones Lang LaSalle now has 415 employees in Southern California. It opened its new West Los Angeles office in June of 2006 at the Century Plaza Towers specifically to grow its presence in Los Angeles region. These offices are in addition to Jones Lang LaSalle’s corporate offices in downtown Los Angeles.

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