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February 2006 Online Deal Makers 

Office Tom R. Kelley, CCIM, and Christi Davis, CCIM, of NAI Realvest in Maitland, Fla., represented Orlando Central Park Tarragon LLC of New York in the $2.9 million sale of the 28,000 sf SunTrust Building in Orlando, Fla., to the

Deal Makers(22) 

Office » Robert Lowe, CCIM, and Whit McCrary, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Nashville, Tenn., were the sole brokers in a nearly $5.7 million, 34,183 sf office space lease from Kirkland Properties to Ardent Health Services. « Russell

Global Warming 

Craig C. Evans, CCIM, distributes winter coats to Peruvian villagers. At 15,000 feet in the Andean highlands of southern Peru, temperatures hover around 30 degrees and stiff winds pelt sleet at those who trek the remote mountain

Finding a Foreign Focus(1) 

Building a business in a foreign country is not the easiest path to take in commercial real estate, especially in a place like China that offers so many barriers to entry language, political structure, and cultural disposition to name a

Deal Makers(18) 

Office Charles S. Carmody, CCIM, of CB Richard Ellis Carmody LLC in Charleston, S.C., represented Jup iter Realty Corp. in the approximately $23 million sale of three office buildings totaling 162,478 sf in North Charleston, S.C., to private local investors.

Deal Makers(33) 

The Biggest DealWhitney E. Kerr Jr., CCIM, of Cassidy Turley in Kansas City, Mo., Dennis L. Mitchell, CCIM, of Colliers International in Atlanta, and a partner negotiated the more than $37.4 million sale of a five building industrial portfolio totaling

Deal Makers(34) 

The BIGGEST Deal Ian M. Grusd, CCIM, of Sperry Van Ness Richter Grusd in Iselin, N.J., represented the Cerebral Palsy League in the 50 year, $23.2 million lease of a 36,500 sf office building in Cranford, N.J., from Murray Construction.

February Online Deal Makers(1) 

OfficeCamille Renshaw, CCIM, of Colliers Arnold in Clearwater, Fla., negotiated the more than $2.4 million sale of a 5,000 sf medical office building in Ocala, Fla., and a 6,080 sf medical office building in Orange Park, Fla., from Bryan T.

February 2004 Online Deal Makers 

Industrial Geoffrey S. Hill, CCIM, SIOR, and Jon G. Savoy, CCIM, GRI, SIOR, of Grubb & Ellis in Southfield, Mich., were the sole brokers in the more than $2.3 million sale of a 151,210 sf industrial property in Northfield Township,

Finding the Reuse Potential 

When John G. Hoagland, CCIM, told his staff to keep an eye out for properties that needed "some help" in their Louisville, Ky., market, he probably didn’t envision what he now is marketing — close to 400,000 sf of a

The GSA Way 

The General Services Administration probably is the largest U.S. tenant, providing space for more than 400 federal government agencies, bureaus, and commissions with more than 1 million employees and contractors. At the end of its fiscal year 2010, GSA’s leased

High-Profile Designation 

CCIM Institute understands that its members are facing greater challenges than ever before. That&rsquo s why the institute has invested time and resources into refining its image, improving and expanding member benefits, and extending the reach of the CCIM brand

October 2005 Online Deal Makers 

Office John V. Propp, CCIM, of Propp Property in Denver represented John and Yvonne Garratt in the $2.6 million purchase of a 20,017 sf office flex building in Fort Collins, Colo., from Armada Holdings LLC. Darrin L. Boyd, CCIM, SIOR,

November 2005 Online Deal Makers 

Land Robert J. Dikman, CCIM, of the Dikman Co. in Tampa, Fla., represented Panattoni Development Co. LLC in the more than $2.3 million purchase of 11 acres of land in Tampa from Pinebrooke Land Development Joint Venture. partner Norman Khoury,

October 2006 Online Deal Makers 

Perseverance Pays Off in Industrial Portfolio Sale 

A well occupied industrial portfolio consisting of class A buildings located in the thriving Rio Grande Valley on the U.S. Mexico border is an easy sell, correct? Unfortunately, as Michael A. McMahon, CCIM, SIOR, learned, properties that look good on

Real Estate/Advertising Partnership Revitalizes Oceanfront Community 

Creating partnerships with other service providers is a common business practice for commercial real estate professionals. But partnering commercial brokerage with a full service marketing firm "might be a first," says Jim Donahoe, CCIM, a principal in Chandler, Brooks, &

Power of the Pin 

Though he is based in the small market of Champaign, Ill., Alex Ruggieri, CCIM, vice president of Sperry Van Ness Ramshaw Smith Co., knows the value of thinking big. Ruggieri, who consistently ranks in Sperry Van Ness&rsquo top 10 percent

Rising Stars(2) 

What makes someone a rising star? Is it his or her accomplishments, drive to succeed, or commission check amount? For Commercial Investment Real Estate, it is a unique combination of factors that demonstrate promise for

Two Of A Kind 

In problem solving, it’s often said that two heads are better than one. In today’s commercial real estate market, two designations may be better than one as well. A particularly powerful combination is the CCIM designation coupled with the Accredited

2004 Compensation Trends Survey Results 

In April, a random sample of CCIM designees and candidates participated in an online trends survey about compensation. A total of 653 respondents completed the survey, which provided a 95 percent confidence level in the data with a + 4

Who Ruled the Vendor Runway? 

Who Ruled the Vendor Runway? At last month’s CCIM Live conference, 11 exhibitors strutted their stuff on the Vendor Runway. Each exhibitor had eight minutes to explain how their product or service could help CCIMs close deals in style. The

CCIM Spotlight: Knot an Ordinary Deal 

Over the years countless commercial real estate deals have evolved from casual conversations among stu dents taking CCIM courses. In fact many CCIMs form relationships with their classmates that help them make critical

CCIM Spotlight: Come Together 

Byron A. Smith, CCIM, CRB, president of Metropolitan Realty Group in Vienna, Va., teamed up with several CCIM leaders and staff members to create the CCIM Institute's Cultural Diversity Education Program in 2002. The impetus was to work toward increasing

On-Air Marketing 

When Tom Hill, CCIM, SIOR, talks, people listen. In fact, residents in and around Waterbury, Conn., have tuned into Hill's radio show for the past 17 years to get an insider's perspective on the area's business economics and notable real