Managing director Ben Mosley has joined JLL‘s Nashville office where he will focus on growing the industrial brokerage team and portfolio.
Mosley brings 30 years of experience to JLL and has facilitated more than 15 million square feet of industrial transactions in the Nashville region during the last 20 years. Mosley will be joined by vice president Christopher Gaw.
In his new role, Mosley will lead strategic direction and growth of JLL’s industrial brokerage practice, oversee client development of tenant representation and agency leasing, and coordinate with JLL Capital Markets investment sales, debt and equity teams. Since it was established in 2012, the Nashville office has grown to more than 50 employees with more than 384 employees across the state of Tennessee, a nod to the market’s rapid growth and expansion.
Prior to joining JLL, Mosley served as director of industrial services for Cushman & Wakefield’s Nashville office. Mosley managed an industrial portfolio of more than 2.3 million square feet, focusing on owners, landlords, tenants and corporate users. He previously spent 10 years in London dealing primarily in retail and office properties, giving him extensive experience in England’s commercial real estate market. Mosley is an active member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a past President of the Sertoma Club of Nashville.
He has been recognized as a Top 5 Heavy Hitter among commercial real estate brokers specializing in Nashville’s industrial market. Mosley holds a Bachelor of Arts from University of Wolverhampton and Post-graduate Diploma in Real Estate Development from University of East London.
As an associate at Cushman & Wakefield, Gaw focused on industrial leasing and investment sales, representing both landlords and tenants.
During his career, Gaw has facilitated more than $90 million of leasing and sales transactions. He is an active member of National Association for Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP), the Phoenix Club of Nashville, and volunteers with The Crieve Hall League and Second Harvest Food Bank. Gaw is a graduate of the University of Mississippi.