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Cushman & Wakefield Commerce Grows Las Vegas Team With The Addition Of Kimberly Noack-Summers

unnamedThe Las Vegas office of Cushman & Wakefield Commerce has added industry veteran Kimberly Noack-Summers as a Director to its roster of seasoned industrial brokers. Summers specializes in industrial sales, leasing, development and investment sales.

“Throughout her career, Kimberly has successfully executed numerous transactions that were extremely complex and multifaceted,” said Michael Dunn, Market Leader for the Las Vegas office of Cushman & Wakefield Commerce. “She Joins the family team of Warren and Travis Noack, where she will leverage market knowledge and industry experience on behalf of our clients.”

Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield Commerce, Summers was Vice President, Brokerage Services at Gatski Commercial in Las Vegas and prior to that she was Vice President for 18 years at NAI Capital – South Bay in Torrance, California.

Summers earned a MBA in Finance from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, Calif.; a BA in Finance, California State University Fullerton, Fullerton, Calif.; and Financial Paraplanner Designation from the College for Financial Planning, Denver, Colo.

Avison Young Hires David Jewkes As Managing Director, Brokerage Operations

David JewkesMark E. Rose, Chair and CEO of Avison Young, the world’s fastest-growing commercial real estate services company, announced today that highly regarded industry veteran David Jewkes has joined the firm as Managing Director, Brokerage Operations in Las Vegas. Effective immediately, Jewkes will provide overall management and leadership of Avison Young’s brokerage operations in Las Vegas. He brings more than 25 years of commercial real estate management and transaction experience to Avison Young, most recently as Senior Vice-President, Nevada with Cushman & Wakefield.

“We are thrilled that David has decided to take on this leadership role with us in Las Vegas,” comments Rose. “David’s extensive work providing strategic client services in all sectors of commercial real estate over the last 25 years – and his thoughtful approach – will complement Avison Young’s collaborative culture.” Rose continues: “David has a sterling reputation as an advisor to institutional and regional investors and is known for his business development acumen, having successfully grown asset services portfolios and attracted top transactional professionals in his prior roles. As he serves as Managing Director, Brokerage Operations, his leadership, focus and dedication to innovation will be excellent additions to our company as we continue to execute on strategic expansions domestically and abroad.”

During his career, Jewkes has served clients in Nevada, California, Utah and Arizona. In addition to managing operations, he has developed specific expertise in business development and investor service. “David’s lengthy experience, along with his investment sales expertise and the respect that he has gained in the Las Vegas business community, will be of tremendous value to our clients and company,” states Earl Webb, Avison Young’s President of U.S. Operations. “Furthermore, David’s experience with investment transactions will help us expand our leasing services, and his presence alone will help us recruit top real estate talent.

GLVAR Hires Lance Ferguson as COO

Lance Ferguson, GLVAR COO[2]The Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS®(GLVAR) has hired longtime local operations executive Lance Ferguson as its chief operating officer.

As COO, Ferguson will be responsible for overseeing the operations of GLVAR and its more than 30 employees, filling a position that became available earlier this year when longtime GLVAR executive Wendy DiVecchio was promoted to chief executive officer.

“Lance joins the association with many years of relevant experience,” 2017 GLVAR President David J. Tina said. “He has lived in Las Vegas for many years and knows the local market, which will serve him well in this job working closely with Wendy. He’ll be a great asset to the association.”

A native of Fontana, California, who has also lived in Utah, Ferguson has lived in Las Vegas for the past 19 years. Before joining GLVAR, he was the facility director for Implant Direct, a company that makes and distributes dental implants. He has 18 years of experience managing operations for successful organizations. He earned his bachelor’s degree and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.

Jack Woodcock Receives NAR’s Highest Honor

Woodcock, Jack 2011 (1)Longtime Las Vegas REALTOR® Jack Woodcock was named the 91st recipient of the prestigious National Association of REALTORS® Distinguished Service Award (DSA) at the REALTORS® Legislative & Trade Expo in Washington, D.C. NAR established the DSA in 1979 to honor REALTORS® who have made outstanding contributions to the real estate industry and who serve as leaders in their local communities.

The award is considered the highest honor an NAR member can receive. Recipients must be active at the local, state and national association levels. That certainly describes Woodcock, said Greg Martin, 2017 president of the Nevada Association of REALTORS® (NVAR), who was at the event last week when the honor was announced. “From serving his country to serving his state and his profession, service is probably the word that best describes Jack and why he’s so deserving of this award,” Martin said. “Since entering the profession in 1974, Jack has been the REALTOR® embodiment of honor, leadership, service and commitment. He has emerged as a proven leader in our industry.” Martin added that Woodcock “has dedicated most of his adult life to his profession.”

Woodcock will be officially presented with the DSA award during the NAR Board of Directors Meeting at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo scheduled for Nov. 6 in Chicago. Woodcock has been a strong supporter of NAR’s government affairs efforts and what he calls “the REALTOR® Party.” He has chaired the political action committees of the NVAR and the Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS® for eight years and held the position of Region XI RPAC Trustee from 2007 through 2012. He was inducted into the NAR RPAC Hall of Fame in 2003, and has been a Golden “R” investor in these political action committees since 2002. He has said that one of his greatest industry accomplishments is the key role he played in founding, funding and developing the Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies at UNLV in the 1980s. In 2011, the Lied Institute and UNLV honored Woodcock with its Lieder Award.

Woodcock is also a proud veteran who served for 11 years in the U.S. Air Force and received two Air Force commendation medals and a Bronze Star for meritorious combat service while serving two 18-month tours in Southeast Asia. He also served in Germany, in Holland and in the Pentagon in the Command and Control Center for Air Force One.

CommCap Advisors Welcomes Shelly Dunbar And Expands Into Reno Market

DunbarCommCap Advisors is pleased to announce the hiring of Shelly Dunbar as an Associate Vice President. Mrs. Dunbar will open CommCap Advisors’ Reno office, concentrating on the Reno MSA and Lake Tahoe markets. In partnership with Adam Gregory, of the Las Vegas CommCap office, Mrs. Dunbar will represent CommCap’s multiple Life Insurance Company, CMBS, Bank and Agency lending sources.

Together, Gregory and Dunbar can craft financing solutions for borrowers throughout the state of Nevada. Shelly brings several years of commercial real estate experience to her new role, having worked for Nevada State Bank (Reno branch), CommCap Advisors (Las Vegas Office), Northcap Commercial, and the PENTA Building Group. Dunbar earned a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Marketing from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is a 2011 graduate of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Las Vegas and a graduate of NAIOP’s Developing Leaders Institute. Shelly also served on the management committee for Urban Land Institute Nevada.

Sun Commercial Welcomes Jennifer Lehr

jennifer lehrSun Commercial Real Estate Inc. is pleased to welcome Jennifer Lehr, Senior Associate, to our Las Vegas office. Jennifer will be joining the Investment Services Group (ISG) to expand on her investment analysis and sales experience.

Jennifer has over 13 years of commercial real estate experience with an emphasis on leasing and investment properties.  Her background includes sales and leasing of office, retail, industrial, land and multifamily properties along with property management as well.

Jennifer is an active member in the Southern Nevada chapter of National Association for Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP), Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Las Vegas HEALS.

“We are excited to have Jennifer join our team. She will be a great fit with ISG because of her experience analyzing assets and market conditions,” Cassie Catania-Hsu, Managing Broker.

 

The Noack Family Joins Cushman & Wakefield Commerce

Warren W. NoackTravis W.NoackSenior Director Warren Noack and Director Travis Noack have joined the rapidly growing Las Vegas office of Cushman & Wakefield Commerce. Their addition brings the total number of brokers in the office to 31.

“We are very excited to add this high-energy father and son team to our ranks,” said Michael Dunn, market leader for the Las Vegas office of Cushman & Wakefield Commerce. “The industrial segment continues to grow and has become a vital element of the economic stability of Southern Nevada. Our clients will greatly benefit from talent, market knowledge and expertise that Warren and Travis bring to the team.”

Warren Noack has more than 40 years of experience in commercial real estate. He specializes in representing buyers and tenants in the purchasing and leasing of industrial real estate. He comes to Cushman & Wakefield Commerce in Las Vegas by way of the South Bay area of Los Angeles where he was first with National Industrial Properties and most recently with NAI Capital. He has been recognized as a Top Producer numerous times due to his consistent leasing and sales volume. He is an active member of the American Industrial Real Estate Association, the Al Malaikah Shrine, Los Angeles and the Marina Del Rey Shrine Club, where he served as past president.

Travis Noack has been active in the industrial real estate market in the Las Vegas area for two years. He focuses on advising clients who are buying, selling or leasing industrial properties. He joins Cushman & Wakefield Commerce from The Klabin Company, following three years with NAI Capital where he was named 2013 NAI Capital “Rookie of the Year.” Prior to entering the commercial real estate industry, Travis was a professional journalist, published author, photographer, and Automotive Magazine Editor for 14 years. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Communications from Loyola Marymount University.

GLVAR To Honor Young Guns At The Hard Rock: Party On Garth – April 27th

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The Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS® (GLVAR) and its Young Professionals Network of Las Vegas (YPN) have announced the winners of their annual “40 Under 40” awards. The awards program was created to acknowledge the top 40 local REALTORS® under the age of 40 who demonstrate excellence in their careers and service to their community, the real estate industry and their state, local and national associations. Honorees were chosen by a selection committee of GLVAR members, who also considered their professional designations, contributions to charities and to GLVAR’s Political Survival Fund, as well as their annual real estate sales transactions and number of properties they manage. They will be honored at an April 27 event at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. They will also be recognized in various ways by GLVAR, including being featured in GLVAR’s monthly Southern Nevada REALTOR® publication. For information or tickets to the awards event, email vleanos@glvar.org. GLVAR and its YPN group also inducted eight members into its “40 Under 40” Hall of Fame for members who have been named to the top 40 for three years.

This year’s Hall of Fame inductees include:• William J. Alt, NextHome Integrity • Joseph Y. Lee, eProNet Realty • Omar A. Lopez, BHHS Nevada Properties • Holly Marquardt, All Vegas Valley Realty • Charmaine Prospero, Northcap Residential • Georgia Purpura, Keller Williams Realty Southwest • Krystal A. Sherry, Hudson Real Estate • Julie C. Youngblood, Keller Williams Realty Southwest

YPN’s “40 Under 40” honorees for 2017 include: • Nora E. Aguirre, Source Realty • Jordan D. Betten, Coldwell Banker Premier • Amanda Bolton, Platinum Real Estate Professionals • Christina Cova-Simmons, BHHS Nevada Properties • Shawn Cunningham, RE/MAX Advantage • Amber M. DeLillo, Signature Real Estate Group • Bobby R. Deveraux, Shorewood Real Estate • Andrew Dionne, Barrett and Co., Inc. • Jeff T. Ehlert, Blue Diamond Realty LLC • Wasim Faranesh, Black & Cherry Real Estate • Jim C. Fong, Keller Williams Realty Southwest • Stephanie Fontaine, Urban Nest Realty • Robert Gluskin, Signature Real Estate Group • Sevak Grigor, Platinum Real Estate Professionals • Randy K. Hatada, Xpand Realty & Property Management • Sara H. Jessa, Urban Nest Realty • Ronald J. Johnson, Keller Williams Realty Southwest • Lola Karacsonyi, Monopoly Realty & Management, Inc. • Troy J. Kearns, Platinum Real Estate Professionals • Ryan King, King Realty Group • Eric A. Kruger, Windermere Prestige Properties • Alexandra Malenkina, Nevada Realty Experts • Jason Mattson, Orange Realty Group LLC • James J. McGuire, Signature Real Estate Group • Paulina McKinney, Urban Nest Realty • Michael McNamara, Coldwell Banker Premier • Cassandra A. Mor, the Mor Group • Mark D. Perry, Local Realty • Nicholas J. Puglia, Coldwell Banker Premier • Yared Rivera, Realty One Group, Inc. • Stephen E. Roberts Jr., SER Realty LLC • Maureen Robison, BHHS Nevada Properties • Robert Andy Stahl, Raintree Real Estate • Duc T. Su, Pordes Residential Sales & Marketing LLC • Sasha Terry, Platinum Real Estate Professionals • Angela K. Tina, Urban Nest Realty • Rexalynn M. Walberg, Goliath Properties • Geoffrey S. Zahler, Zahler Properties LLC • Kamyar Zargari, Triumph Property Management Company • Melissa L. Zimbelman, Luxe International Realty

Patti Dillon Of Colliers Las Vegas Earns SIOR Designation

Patti Dillon_EP_01Patti Dillon, SIOR of Colliers International | Las Vegas has achieved the SIOR designation awarded by the Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS®. SIOR is a Washington, DC-based international professional organization of more than 3,000 commercial real estate professionals. Dillon becomes the tenth SIOR designee for Colliers International’s Las Vegas office.

“We congratulate Patti on earning the distinguished SIOR designation,” said Mike Mixer, executive managing director for Colliers International. “She is an incredible leader and a credit to the commercial real estate profession in the Las Vegas market. We are honored to have her on our team.”

Dillon is a senior vice president in the office division and a key contributor of the Martin|Thill|Dillon office team in Colliers’ Las Vegas office.  In 2016 alone, this team completed more than 75 transactions totaling nearly 1.8 million square feet and $300 million in transaction volume.

The Martin|Thill|Dillon team has been named NAIOP Southern Nevada’s Office Broker of the Year for the past two years and were awarded Colliers International | Las Vegas’ deal of the year award in 2016 for their work on the IGT campus sale (achieved the highest price per square foot and lowest cap rate for true professional office in 2016).

To achieve the SIOR designation, Dillon completed at least five years of creditable experience in the highly specialized field of office real estate; met stringent education requirements; and demonstrated professional ability, competency, ethical conduct, and personal integrity.

Individuals who hold the SIOR designation are top producers in the commercial real estate field and are represented in more than 630 cities in 29 countries around the world. SIOR enforces a strict code of ethics and requires designees to complete its ethics course within their first three years of membership.

Seven Brokers From The Las Vegas Office Joined The Esteemed Colliers Everest Club

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Mike DeLew SIOR, Dan Doherty SIOR, Scott Gragson, Pat Marsh, SIOR, Mike Mixer, SIOR, Mike Stuart and Dean Willmore, SIOR were recognized earlier this

month as inductees to the Colliers Everest Club. These seven brokers are among the top achievers across the United States, Latin America and Canada. Their 2016 revenue places them in the top 10% of brokers across the Americas, and qualifies them as recipients of the prestigious Everest Club award.

“These brokers continually go above and beyond, and exceed expectations on a daily basis. Their commitment to the Las Vegas commercial real estate industry, and representing the Colliers brand, is unmatched.” Mixer said. “I congratulate these professionals on their outstanding performance in 2016, and thank them for their hard work and dedication.”

Mike DeLew is the Executive Vice President of the Industrial Division; Dan Doherty is the Executive Vice President in the Industrial Division; Scott Gragson is the Executive Vice President of the Land Division; Pat Marsh is the Senior Vice President of the Industrial Division; Mike Mixer is the Executive Managing Director of the Hotel Group USA; Mike Stuart is the Executive Vice President of the Land Division; and Dean Willmore is the Executive Vice President of the Industrial Division.


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