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  • Florida Asset Services Recognized for Hurricane Irma Response
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    By Mike Agnew, Senior Managing Director, Florida Asset Services When Hurricane Irma made landfall on September 10, 2017, Cushman & Wakefield’s Florida Asset Services Team jumped into action to protect a statewide portfolio of more than 330 properties totaling 45 million square feet of space. Our firm’s response to the Category... Read more »
  • C&W Florida Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month
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    National Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated from September 15 to October 15, is a time to honor and educate ourselves about the Hispanic culture and history that has positively shaped and enriched our society over centuries. To acknowledge and celebrate the important contributions made by people from Spain, Mexico, Central America, South... Read more »
  • Tampa Women (Win)ing Spotlight On: Nina Sullivan
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    The Cushman & Wakefield Tampa WIN chapter, publishes a recurring blog feature on its members, their accomplishments and the tips and advice they have for other women in the commercial real estate field.  Here’s our interview with Nina Sullivan, Director specializing in office  brokerage services.  Michelle (M) & Nicole (N) – How did you... Read more »
  • Two Cushman & Wakefield Executives Named to ‘Florida 500’
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    Florida Managing Principal Larry Richey and Miami-Based Executive Managing Director Mark Gilbert Named to List of Florida’s Most Influential Business Leaders Larry Richey Cushman & Wakefield of Florida is honored to have two of the state’s most influential business leaders at our firm! Larry Richey, who serves as Managing Principal for the state,... Read more »
  • The Price of Office Space in Florida: A Statewide Look at Q2 Rents – Part 2
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    By Michelle McMurray, Analyst & Chris Owen, Director, Florida Research Cushman & Wakefield’s Q2 Florida Rental Report analyzes office rental rates for Class A space in key markets throughout the state. The report shows that increased employment across major metro areas has sparked significant rent and occupancy gains across Florida. In... Read more »
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