Taylor Coyne

Taylor Coyne

Taylor is a Research Manager at JLL, covering U.S. Retail Research. Taylor works on a team that creates industry-leading research and thought leadership for both owners and occupiers of retail developments. Most recently Taylor helped author a research report on the top tech trends changing retail and the strategies behind renovating malls. The U.S. Retail Research team has also published reports on urban retail markets, grocery store trends, the importance of brick and mortar to brands, and department store closures and solutions for vacant space.  


Prior to working at JLL, Taylor graduated from the Price School of Public Policy at USC with a Master’s in Planning, focusing on economic development. Previously, Taylor worked at the New York City Department of City Planning. 

Taylor received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan. She is a member ULI and ICSC.

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