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The Latitude 32 Industry Zone project: another prestigious win for Jones Lang LaSalle

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LandCorp, an Australian government agency, recently approved the redevelopment of a 1,426-ha industrial estate that will cater to the transport and logistics industries. Located along Western Australia’s rapidly expanding south-west corridor, the Latitude 32 Industry Zone project was divided into 14 phases, with the first two slated for completion by mid-2008.

LandCorp sought the services of a number of prestigious property consultants to market the project. Per the client’s criteria, prospective firms vying for the assignment must excel in the areas of sustainability capability, research and consulting.

Ultimately, Jones Lang LaSalle’s proven expertise in these fields was instrumental in beating nine other firms to win the sole marketing agent appointment for the first two stages of the development.

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