New York, NY According to JLL, Caroline Gadaleta will lead the firm’s property management business in the New York Tri-State region, effective this month.
Gadaleta will oversee strategy and operations of the firm’s 13.5 million s/f portfolio in the region. She will report to Stephen Schlegel, JLL New York City and tri-state market director.
Gadaleta replaces managing director Linda Aronson, who will be retiring after spending 37 years at JLL.
“We thank Linda for her decades of success here at JLL,” said Mark Zettl, JLL’s president of office property management. “She was an exceptional example of the firm’s commitment to ethics and client care. We wish her the best in her well-deserved retirement.”
Zettl said, “Caroline is an experienced leader who brings a wealth of knowledge from her time as a Global Account Director on behalf of some of our largest clients and has the ability to see things from a landlord’s and tenant’s point of view. The tri-state market is critical to our business, and I am looking forward to working with Caroline to continue to grow our success there.”
Gadaleta previously served as a JLL global account director where she oversaw 160 professionals and an integrated facilities management portfolio of 2.5 million s/f throughout of the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific. She previously led accounts for Diageo and Avon and oversaw the Midtown portfolio of a leading bank.
Prior to joining JLL, Gadaleta spent time at LaSalle Partners and Primedia Inc. Gadaleta graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Government from Wesleyan University and a Master of Business Administration in Finance/Real Estate from Columbia Business School.