CREW Network

  • 2017 CREW Network Impact Award Winners

    The winners of CREW Network's 2017 Impact Awards offer their insights into building a business, mentoring and real estate success in exclusive interviews with Commercial Property Executive.

    National 12 February 2018 13:18
  • 2017 CREW Network Impact Award Winners: Deborah Bauer

    Deborah Bauer, founder of Drake Commercial Group and winner of CREW Network's Entrepreneurial Spirit Impact award, sits down with CPE Editorial Director Suzann Silverman.

    National 12 February 2018 12:28
  • 2017 CREW Network Impact Award Winners: Marie McLucas

    Marie McLucas, CFO of Primax Properties LLC and winner of CREW Network's Career Advancement for Women Impact award, sits down with CPE Editorial Director Suzann Silverman.

    National 12 February 2018 12:28
  • CREW Network Impact Awards: Top Scores

    CREW Network’s 2017 Impact Award winners have achieved success in their deals, communities and careers, drawing on creativity, commitment and strong relationships.

    National 16 November 2017 09:32
  • Do You Have a Competitive Edge?

    Scarcity of talent is a growing difficulty for American businesses. Real estate owners and operators are in a unique position to help out—and benefit in the process, affirmed Spencer Levy and others during CREW Network's 2017 convention.

    National 30 October 2017 20:31
  • Meet CPE’s 2017 Stars to Watch: Shannon Price, Savills Studley

    A pivotal role in an automaker's corporate relocation boosted the regional economy and earned accolades for this young professional, as well as a place on CPE's roster of up-and-coming leaders.

    National 01 May 2017 20:27
  • Flipping the Script

    Merle Gross-Ginsburg is a seminal figure in the advancement of women in commercial real estate. Trading her native Galveston, Texas, for Manhattan’s Upper West Side, she set out to rehabilitate the neighborhood, and in the process, became the first person to create a brownstone co-op in New York City. A pioneering property manager and brokerage professional, she launched AREW, the first organization for women real estate professionals, in 1978. Now retired, she continues her advocacy.

    National 20 April 2017 12:16

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