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June 2007 Online Deal Makers 

Industrial&laquo Jon G. Savoy, CCIM, SIOR, of Lee & Associates of Michigan in Novi, Mich., and a partner represented the landlord, U.S. Real Property LLC, and the tenant, American Electric Vehicle Co., in the $2.5 million, long term lease of

Deal Makers(41) 

Office&laquo Judi A. Woodyard, CCIM, SIOR, of Commercial Associates in Las Vegas represented Southern Nevada Water Authority in the more than $45.5 million, 20 year lease of a 56,480 sf office building in Las Vegas to Parkway Center LLC. Mack

CCIM Spotlight: Brand New Start 

When Lauri L. Greenblatt, CCIM, began her career as a property manager, she sometimes faced the unpleasant choice of evicting single parent tenants who had fallen behind on their rent. Realizing how difficult it was for these tenants to find

Deal Makers(42) 

RetailBrad Luger, CCIM, of GVA Advantis Real Estate Services in Tampa, Fla., and a partner represented Harborview Investors LLC in the $15.6 million sale of the 117,176 sf Colony Crossings shopping center in Tampa to Stella Del Mar LLC. Luger

CCIM Spotlight: Moving East 

"Ienjoy traveling and exploring. I also really like commercial real estate. Combining the two seemed like a natural path for my future,&rdquo says Bruce A. Haulley, CCIM, located in Shanghai, China. Semi retired, Haulley has lived in Shanghai since April

CCIM Spotlight: Going Solo 

After 26 years of working for a large, well known commercial real estate company, Duane Jones, CCIM, felt that it was time to start his own business. He wanted to give more time and attention to his clients and make

February 2007 Online Deal Makers 

OfficeCraig D. Timmins, CCIM, of Investment Properties Corp. in Naples, Fla., negotiated the more than $2.3 million sale of construction rights for a 21,000 sf medical office building in Naples from Eagle View LLC to GM Anchor Eagle View Development

Still Rebuilding 

A year ago, Quentin D. Dastugue, CCIM, chief executive officer of Property One in New Orleans was featured in Commercial Investment Real Estate’s CCIM Spotlight for his efforts helping to rebuild the city after Hurricane Katrina. Dastugue and his partners

November 2006 Online Deal Makers 

OfficeKane Morris Webster, CCIM, of Colliers Arnold in Orlando and two partners represented CSI Computing Systems Innovations in the more than $2 million purchase of a 10,550 sf office building in Apopka, Fla., from S&V LLC. Darrin L Boyd, CCIM,

A Winning Exchange 

Many CCIMs include Section 1031 tax deferred exchanges in their business services repertoire. Some savor the challenge of piecing together these oftentimes hard to execute transactions, but few undertake more than a couple exchanges a year. That is, unless you

March 2006 Online Deal Makers 

OfficeElliot M. Ross, CCIM, of the Ross Realty Group in Clearwater, Fla., and a partner represented Donald R. Anderson in the $2.9 million sale of a 20,218 sf Bank of America building in St. Petersburg, Fla., to BWB Investments LLC.

Deal Makers(44) 

Multifamily« Garry Cuff, CCIM, of NAI Horizon in Las Vegas and a partner represented RDM Homes in the $12.8 million purchase of the Clocktower Apartments, Hawaiian Villas, and LeAnn Apartments in Las Vegas from Eagle Investments. Cuff and a partner

Rising Stars(4) 

While many real estate professionals strive to be leaders, some work extra hard to become a known presence in the industry. These are the individuals that Commercial Investment Real Estate recognizes as rising stars. This group of CCIMs demonstrates leadership,

July 2005 Online Deal Makers 

Office Robert J. Dikman, CCIM, SIOR, of the Dikman Co. in Tampa, Fla., represented Robbins Engineering in the more than $2.7 million 10 year lease of a 58,038 sf office building in Tampa from Sabal Park Properties LLC. Harry W.

Deal Makers(40) 

OfficeRichard P. Meder, CCIM, SIOR, and Steven L. Timmel, CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis West Shell Commercial in Cincinnati, and a partner brokered the $34 million sale of the seven building Acropolis at Fairfield Commons, totaling more than 204,900 sf

Resident Expert 

When she began preliminary site development for Florida's first Chipotle fast casual restaurant, Mary Hurley, CCIM, real estate and leasing manager with Pineloch Management Corp. in Orlando, had no idea she'd become wrapped up in a local controversy. "I can

Top Deals 

As predicted, 2008 was not an easy year for CCIMs. But despite the challenges, they still closed transactions in every commercial real estate sector and in every U.S. region. Commercial Investment Real Estate received more than $3.4 billion in deals

Retail Details 

Due to the economic downturn, property owners and real estate companies that work with retailers and restaurants have seen a record number of requests for restructured leases or renegotiated rental agreements. According to real estate industry experts, the trend is

Rewarding Relocation 

While details often make or break commercial real estate projects, sometimes the best solutions come into focus when you take a step back. &ldquo You have to understand the small things to really

September 2004 Online Deal Makers 

OfficeGregory R. Gill, CCIM, SIOR, of Charles Dunn Co. in Seal Beach, Calif., and two partners represented Equity Office Properties in an approximately $2.8 million, 10,348 sf, eight year office lease to Wachovia Securities LLC. He and two partners also

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, &

Rising Stars(1) 

Success can be achieved in many different ways. These CCIMs use diverse strategies and strengths to reach for excellence in commercial real estate. CIRE recognizes these individuals for their drive, determination, and industry achievements. Using their unique abilities, each of

Rising Stars 

Summer is upon us and across the country, commercial real estate professionals are flocking to collaborate with colleagues, clients, and local governments to capture elusive business opportunities. CCIMs, for their part, are capitalizing on the designation&rsquo s reputation and built

The ROI on CCIM Education 

CCIMs in small markets and small firms initially may be attracted to the CCIM education program because it’s one more way to distinguish themselves in a limited market. Often, though, the education program ends up fundamentally changing the way they

Structured Networking Helps to Build Business 

Commercial real estate professionals know that business just doesn't fall into their laps. Developing the contacts that generate transactions takes time, dedication, and a lot of legwork. Many hours must be spent networking with colleagues, community members, past clients, and