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Home Depot, Banco del Bajío Sign Mexico Office Headquarters Deals

Home Depot, Banco del Bajío Sign Mexico Office Headquarters Deals

Today Jones Lang LaSalle announced that the firm's tenant representation and project management teams have assisted Home Depot and Banco del Bajío in relocating their respective Mexico headquarters operations in recent months, in transactions totaling 105,000 square feet throughout  Monterrey, Mexico.

Executive Vice President Javier Llaca, Associates Angel Zuniga and Guillermo Osio, and Senior Project Manager Juan Pablo Benitez in Jones Lang LaSalle's Monterrey office led the leasing and project management teams on these transactions.

"The expansion and growth of Home Depot and Banco del Bajío in Mexico created a need for larger facilities for their Mexico headquarters," said Javier Llaca. "Our tenant representation team helped them identify the best properties to serve their current and future growth, and our project management team is ensuring a smooth transition to the new locations so there is no interruption to operations."

The Jones Lang LaSalle team successfully secured nearly 70,000 square feet of trophy office space at Offices on the Green, on behalf of Home Depot for the relocation of its Mexico headquarters. Home Depot is set to occupy four floors of the space in December. The Jones Lang LaSalle project management team is working closely with Home Depot on the design and build-out of its space

Banco del Bajío has secured nearly 35,000 square feet of office space in the newly developed Torre IXCO to serve as its new regional headquarters. Banco del Bajío will be working alongside Jones Lang LaSalle's project management team for the interior of its space.

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