Jim Renne’s projects at Rossetti included Ford Field in Detroit and the Daytona International Speedway renovation. He’ll be owner’s rep for teams, with emphasis on mixed-use developments Veteran sports architect Jim Renne has joined Jones Lang LaSalle as senior vice president and national director of its sports and entertainment division. Renne replaces Don Loudermilk, who retired after spending six years in the position. The sports and entertainment division falls under JLL’s project and development services platform. For about 25 years, Renne worked at Detroit-based Rossetti as a principal and design director. Renne designed major renovations of two motorsports tracks: the $400 million Daytona Rising project and, more recently, ISM Raceway’s $178 million face-lift in Phoenix. His portfolio extends to Ford Field’s original design and renovations; bunker suite additions to the Palace of Auburn Hills near Detroit; $500 million in upgrades to the U.S. Tennis Association’s National Tennis Center in Queens,… Continue Reading Renne joins Jones Lang LaSalle from Rossetti
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