Yulia Nikulicheva / JLL
National Director, Head of Strategic Consulting, JLL
Yulia has been working in JLL since 1998, and since 2008 now she heads the Strategic Consulting department in CIS. The department comprises two main lines – office and mixed use projects and retail consulting. She is responsible for managing all important consulting activities at JLL and supervises the largest projects of the Department. Yulia’s portfolio consists of Metropolis project, Avia Park shopping centre, Moskva Hotel, Moscow City, MFC Rublevo-Arkhangelskoe, MIG factory territory, development strategy of the UPDK (Administration for Service to the Diplomatic Corps) portfolio, Citybank and Unicredit bank ATMs optimal location, Essentay and Dostyk mixed use developments in Almaty, investment strategy of the 7 cities in Kazakhstan, shopping centres in different cities of Russia and CIS (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Astana, Almaty, Baku, Kiev, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Lipetsk, Novosibirsk, Perm, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Surgut, Tver, Ufa, Yaroslavl), etc.
Since its launch in 1998 the department provided services on over 1,100 projects with GBA exceeding 150 ml sqm. These were projects with different use, including: shopping centres and street retail, business centres and business parks, technoparks, exhibition centres, individual houses and mass market residential districts, industrial and logistics parks, airports, leisure parks, entertainment centres, educational centres for adults and children, medical centres, universities, schools, sports facilities, road service infrastructure, etc. Projects delivered by the team were of different scale- single standing buildings, mixed use developments, high rise building and large scale territories development.
In Ukraine Yulia participated in such projects as Kiev Business Harbour territory planning, Ocean plaza shopping centre, 420 ha territory adjacent to Borispol airport development, retail strategy for 28 largest Ukrainian cities, several porjects financed by EBRD in Odessa and Lviv, 280 ha territory in Obolon district of Kiev development and many others.
Yulia Nikulicheva graduated from the New Economic School in Moscow as well as the Economic department of the Moscow State University, Russia. She also has a Master Degree in Real Estate Finance program of the Reading Henley Business School (Great Britain). She is a member of RICS and heads RICS CIS Commercial Real Estate Group.
Theme: "Former industrial territories regeneration – Western Europe experience and its adaptation to Ukrainianmarket"