Another Duke Departure Becomes Another Colliers Gain: Lauren Pace Joins Colliers South Florida As Senior Director

Lauren Pace has joined Colliers as Senior Director based in South Florida.

In her new role, Pace will work alongside Steven Wasserman and Erin Byers focusing on industrial services for the region while based in Brickell.

“At Colliers, we continue to pursue top-tier talent and strategically expand our presence in South Florida. We’re pleased to welcome Lauren to the firm,” said Julie Northcutt-Dunn, Executive Managing Director and Market Leader for Colliers South Florida.

Before joining Colliers, Pace served as a Senior Leasing Representative for Duke Realty. In this role, Pace was responsible for maintaining occupancy, handling tenant relations, and attracting new companies to Duke Realty’s portfolio in South Florida, consisting of 9.5 million square feet of industrial product.

Prior to her role at Duke Realty, Lauren was the Director of Leasing for Sunbeam Properties. In this role, Lauren was responsible for managing lease renewals, expansions, and new tenants for a portfolio consisting of 6 million square feet.

Pace serves as secretary on the Executive Board of Directors for NAIOP (National Association for Industrial and Office Parks) and was named South Florida Member of the Year in 2020. She’s also an active member of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance, CIASF (Commercial Industrial Association of South Florida), and CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women Network).

Just yesterday, CRE-sources announced that Colliers had tapped commercial real estate veteran Stephanie Rodriguez from Duke Realty to grow the brokerage firm’s industrial business nationally.

 

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