Mr. Carr is a Vice President for JLL in the Public Institutions group, focused on providing development advisory services, operations planning, design development and phasing strategies for large scale, mixed-use and residential developments. His particular expertise is in helping structure, evaluate, and negotiate public-private partnership (P3) transactions on behalf of government, educational, and non- profit organizations. Currently he advises on a number of mixed-use, Transit Oriented Development (TOD) projects including the redevelopment of New York City’s historic Farley Post Office Building/Moynihan Station facility and Pennsylvania Station. As part of the Gateway Program Development, these projects serve as the main intercity and commuter railroad operations in the city, and are the busiest passenger transportation facilities in the United States and North America. He is currently serving as a thought leader and writer for the UN-HABITAT’s team on urbanization for global cities. Mr. Carr earned a B.A. in government from Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH and also maintains a LEED AP BD+C certification.