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S-1/A
JONES LANG LASALLE INC filed this Form S-1/A on 07/11/1997
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                                  THE OFFERING
 

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 Common Stock offered:
  U.S. offering....................................  3,200,000 shares
  International offering...........................    800,000 shares
  Total Common Stock offered.......................  4,000,000 shares
 Common Stock to be outstanding after the Offering. 16,200,000 shares (1)
 Use of proceeds................................... To repay certain
                                                    outstanding indebtedness of
                                                    the Company and for general
                                                    corporate purposes. See
                                                    "Use of Proceeds."
 New York Stock Exchange symbol.................... LAP
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(1) Excludes an aggregate of: (i) 725,000 shares of Common Stock issuable upon
    exercise of options to be granted under the Company's 1997 Stock Award and
    Incentive Plan ("1997 Stock Incentive Plan") upon closing of the Offering,
    with an exercise price equal to the initial public offering price; and (ii)
    1,490,000 additional shares of Common Stock reserved for future grants or
    awards under the Company's 1997 Stock Incentive Plan. See "Management--
    Director Compensation" and "--1997 Stock Award and Incentive Plan."
 

                                  RISK FACTORS
 
  Prospective investors should carefully consider the matters discussed under
"Risk Factors" prior to making an investment decision regarding the Common
Stock offered hereby. These matters include, among others: (i) the impact of
general economic conditions and the real estate economic climate on the
Company's business and results of operations; (ii) the risk that property
management and investment management agreements will be terminated prior to
expiration or not renewed; (iii) the dependence of the Company's revenue from
property management and leasing services on the performance of the properties
managed by the Company; (iv) the risks inherent in pursuing a selective
acquisition strategy; (v) the concentration of the Company's properties in
central business districts; (vi) the risks associated with the co-investment
activities of the Company; (vii) the seasonal nature of the Company's revenue,
operating income and net earnings; and (viii) the competition faced by the
Company in a variety of business disciplines within the commercial real estate
industry. See "Risk Factors."
 
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