Bradley Coven

  • October 2014 – Briefs/People

    Payne Joins SARES-REGIS as President of M-F Development; Clarion Hires Crane to Co-Head Western Acquisitions; Mayer Brown Adds Two to New York Real Estate Practice; Hammer Joins Alfred Sanzari Enterprises as EVP/CFO; Lee & Associates Makes Ohio Debut with New Cleveland Office; KTGY Hires Willis as Denver-Based Principal; Utterback Joins Kennedy Wilson as Senior Managing Director; CBRE Appoints Fessler as Managing Director in Cincinnati.

    National 30 September 2014 19:28
  • Lee & Associates Makes Ohio Debut with New Cleveland Office

    Commercial real estate services firm Lee & Associates, taking another step in its aggressive growth strategy, has established a footprint in Ohio with the opening of a new office in Cleveland.

    Midwest 20 August 2014 15:24

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