JLL Promotes Brandon Delanois To VP, Retail Brokerage

JLL announced the promotion of Brandon Delanois to Vice President, Retail Brokerage in Orlando. In his new role, Delanois will focus on agency leasing and tenant representation for retail projects throughout the state. Delanois will have a special focus on the strategic leasing of retail in unique environments including urban mixed-use, university campuses, student housing and entertainment centers. Delanois joined JLL in 2014 and has completed more than 150 transactions over the course of his career.  Notable projects Delanois has been engaged in include the leasing of numerous restaurant and retail spaces at Plaza on University across from UCF and re-tenanting Old Town in the heart of Orlando’s tourism corridor. Delanois focuses on new store expansions for both traditional and non-traditional clients. This has included both new to market restaurant concepts and multi-market strategic rollouts for national brands.  

“Brandon has been a rising star since he first joined JLL,” said JLL Senior Vice President, Retail Advisory Lead Justin Grieder. “This promotion is a great recognition of the hard work he has done as well as the positive and influential position he has carved out as a leader within our team.”

Before joining JLL, Delanois worked for the UCF Convocation Corporation as the Director of Development and was an Associate Director for CRE Consultants. Prior to this, Delanois also worked for Commercial Property Southwest Florida, a Cushman & Wakefield alliance. Delanois currently serves as Chair of the ICSC Orlando Planning Committee and is a member of the Coastal Conservation Association. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration at the University of Central Florida.  


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