CoStar's People of Note (Dec. 8) – HFF and Cresa Expand, Cushman Hires Mangum…
CoStar’s People of Note (Dec. 8) – HFF and Cresa Expand, Cushman Hires Mangum…
It’s time to update those contact managers with People of Note, reporting significant new CRE hires and promotions.
The following companies announced personnel moves this week: Cresa, HFF, Pine Tree, Cushman & Wakefield, JLL, Bridge Investment Group, Walker & Dunlop, Kentwood Real Estate, Grover Corlew, Zeppelin Development and Colliers International.
SEATTLE / PUGET SOUND & PORTLAND|
Over the past 22 years, Flinn Ferguson’s downtown Seattle office has grown to 18 people – a team that transacted more than 2 million square feet of space in 2016 alone across the Puget Sound area. In addition to transaction management, the firm provides project management and consulting services. It will continue to be led by Parker Ferguson, Dan Flinn, Dan Foster, Matt Hermsen, Brian Hayden, Bob Mooney and Hans Kemp. …full story
In the firm’s new Seattle office, Thomas Wilson, senior managing director and member of HFF’s debt placement group will handle the day-to-day operations of the Seattle office in conjunction with senior managing director Ira Virden, who is a member of HFF’s investment advisory multi-housing group in its Portland office. The pair will jointly lead the firm’s Pacific Northwest platform in Portland and Seattle. Wilson was formerly in HFF’s Portland office. …full story
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SALT LAKE CITY|
Previously, Pierzak was a managing director at TIAA where he directed strategy and research efforts for the firm’s Global Real Estate investment management team. Prior to that, he was a portfolio manager for Henderson Global Investors and its Henderson North American Property Fund.
Krafcik joins Walker & Dunlop from Greystone & Co., where he headed commercial mortgage-backed securities origination in the Southeast. His experience, transaction record and connections make Krafcik a critical addition to Walker & Dunlop, said Bill Wein, senior vice president and chief production officer for the Eastern Region of its capital markets group. Prior to working at Greystone, Krafcik spent more than eight years as a director and loan officer at Prudential Mortgage Capital Co., which became part of PGIM Real Estate Finance early this year.
Joining Niederman (pictured, right) in the new boutique commercial real estate practice are David Morrison, Mike Fickinger and Rodney Gustafson as senior vice presidents, and Matt Anton as a retail broker associate. Zeile will also serve as a senior vice president for the platform.
Goetz was previously a district property manager for Stiles Property Management in Fort Lauderdale, where she managed 3.5 million square feet of retail and office space throughout Broward and Palm Beach Counties. Her career also includes property management roles with Washington Real Estate Partners, Brenner Real Estate Group, Terranova Corporation and Natapow Properties.