Duke Realty Adds South Florida Industrial Veteran To Team

Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE: DRE), the largest domestic-only, pure-play logistics property REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) in the United States, welcomes Lauren Pace as senior leasing representative for Duke Realty’s South Florida office. In her role, Pace will negotiate and secure lease commitments from new and existing tenants in the company’s South Florida industrial portfolio, while also networking with the brokerage community to generate new business opportunities in the company’s growing Florida region.

“Duke Realty continues to invest heavily in the growth of our Florida region, especially in opportunities to develop more modern space in the South Florida submarkets where inventory is limited,” said Stephanie Rodriguez, senior vice president of Duke Realty’s Florida region. “Lauren has worked in the commercial real estate industry for the past ten years, most recently securing and negotiating lease agreements and I have no doubt that her expertise will help us expand our best-in-class portfolio.”

Pace joins Duke Realty from Sunbeam Development Corporation where she served as a leasing director in the company’s Miramar office. Prior to joining Sunbeam, she worked at Cushman & Wakefield as a senior research analyst where she earned the company’s MVP award in 2012 and 2014. Pace earned her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in real estate and marketing from Georgia State University. Pace is a member of the NAIOP South Florida board of directors, currently serving as board secretary. She was a NAIOP Rookie of the Year nominee in 2019 and named NAIOP South Florida member of the year in 2020. Pace is also a member of the Commercial Industrial Association of South Florida (CIASF).


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