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Bill Jautze and Lacey Johansson | St. John Properties

St. John Properties Inc. has promoted Bill Jautze and Lacey Johansson to assistant vice president, leasing.

In his continuing role with the company, Jautze will pursue leasing opportunities across St. John Properties’ Maryland-area commercial real estate portfolio. This includes the identification of companies looking to expand or establish a new location in the local market, forming and strengthening relationships with local brokerage professionals, and executing asset-specific marketing and leasing strategies. The in-house professional will also handle lease negotiations for new and existing clients and will also take on the role of training the company’s junior level Leasing Agents and Partners in Training, during their rotation within the leasing department.

Jautze, who joined St. John Properties in 2014, earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from Mount St. Mary’s University. He oversees leasing activities for St. John Properties assets throughout Anne Arundel, Howard and Prince George’s Counties including Maple Lawn, Melford Town Center and Waugh Chapel Business Park.

In her continuing role with the company, Johansson will pursue leasing opportunities across St. John Properties’ Maryland-area commercial real estate portfolio. This includes the identification of companies looking to expand or establish a new location in the local market, forming and strengthening relationships with local brokerage professionals, and executing asset-specific marketing and leasing strategies. The in-house professional will also handle lease negotiations for new and existing clients, and take on the role of training the company’s junior level Leasing Agents and Partners in Training, during their rotation within the leasing department.

Johansson, who joined St. John Properties in 2012, earned her Masters of Business Administration from Mount St. Mary’s University and a master’s degree in real estate development from the Johns Hopkins University – Carey Business School. She manages leasing for St. John Properties’ portfolio of commercial office and flex/R&D product situated throughout the BWI Corridor, and throughout Anne Arundel County.