Corporate office and workplace expert Kimberly Sacramone joins JLL as senior vice president 

JLL on Thursday announced Kimberly Sacramone has joined the New Jersey brokerage team as a senior vice president and will leverage the firm’s extensive global service platform to support corporate clients in navigating their space. She will be based in the Parsippany office.

With a client-centered approach that prioritizes listening first to understand each client’s unique situation, Sacramone brings over 30 years of industry experience to JLL. Her expertise lies in crafting tailored solutions that not only meet the specific needs of each client but also align with sustainable practices and carbon emission reduction.

Sacramone’s career is marked by her exceptional ability in designing corporate headquarters and adapting to evolving workplace environments, ensuring that every solution is as individual as the client it serves.

Prior to joining JLL, Sacramone served as principal and managing director of HLW New Jersey, a venture she established in 2014. Under her leadership, the New Jersey office quickly rose to prominence, becoming a leader in the state’s market for planning, architecture and design. Sacramone’s portfolio includes work with eminent clients such as UPS, Everest RE, Eisai, Kering, Samsung, BCG, Panasonic, Brown Brothers Harriman, Cognizant, Kyowa Kirin and Pfizer.

Tim Greiner, executive managing director and leader of the New Jersey brokerage division, commented: “Kimberly is a team player with tremendous insight into the impact of physical workspaces on business outcomes, including financial success, ESG compliance and talent management. She will be a tremendous asset as we continue our work delivering real estate solutions to some of the world’s most influential corporations and property owners.”

“My focus is on creating real estate solutions that are not just smart and innovative, but also deeply rooted in sustainability. I want to develop spaces that help businesses thrive while taking good care of our planet,” Sacramone said.