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Melbourne

Hospitality sales heavyweight joins industry leading team

JLL welcomes Mitchell Humphreys to the Pub Investment Sales team


​JLL's industry leading Hotels & Hospitality Group is proud to announce the appointment of Mitchell Humphreys to the Pub Investment Sales team as Vice President, based in Melbourne. Mitchell brings to the team over 15 years of experience in freehold sales, project leasing, business sales and leasing in the hospitality and leisure industry.

Mitchell joins us from Fitzroys, where he spent the majority of his extensive career specialising in sales and leasing negotiations, high end hospitality leasehold sales and hospitality precinct planning with his most recent role as Head of Fitzroys' Hospitality & Leisure Division. Mitchell was instrumental in establishing the division having been involved in an unprecedented number and variety of hospitality transactions, including the freehold sales of the Press Club, Hobsons Bay Hotel and the Market Hotel now known as The Emerson, and implementing leasing strategies with involvement in the creation of Goldsbrough Lane, Madame Brussels Lane, Southern Cross Lane and South Wharf. Other recent major deals include the leasing transaction of the Urban Purveyor Group's much anticipated Munich Brauhaus at South Wharf, and the lead agent in securing hospitality operators at the new 120,000sqm, $1 billion Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Project in Parkville.

John Musca, National Director – Investment Sales, said, "Joining Mathew George in our already very established and strong performing Melbourne office, Mitchell's comprehensive hospitality network, excellent reputation and experience will greatly benefit our team locally and nationally. We are excited to welcome Mitchell to our successful team and are confident he will skilfully represent the Hotels & Hospitality Group, further strengthening and cementing our team as the number one service provider to the Australian pub and hospitality sector."