Shay Pope Joins CBRE
CBRE hired Shay Pope as Senior Vice President and Ryan Nunes as Associate in the Office Occupier Services Group. Both will provide strategic planning and transaction advisory services for corporate and professional service tenants located throughout South Florida.
Shay Pope has an unsurpassed track record having been involved in lease transactions in excess of 2 million SF. He has served South Florida’s office clients well by acting as an advisor to help execute strategic real estate plans designed to reduce occupancy costs, maximize operational efficiencies and properly align their real estate strategy with a company’s key business drivers and short and long-term financial and operational goals and objectives.
Ryan Nunes recently relocated from the Washington, DC area where he formerly worked at Studley for 5 years providing financial cost benefit analyses for many of the region’s leading institutions.
“Shay is one of the most highly regarded professionals in the South Florida market and Ryan was a rising star in one of the most competitive markets in the country. They are well respected by their clients for consistently delivering superior value creation and service excellence. We are looking forward to continuing to build a South Florida occupier team around their exceptional talents,” said CBRE Managing Director Ken Krasnow.
A sampling of clients represented by the professionals include: Sheridan Healthcare, Cemex, WTAS, Interval International and Mitsubishi Digital Electronics. Pope holds a bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Florida and a Masters in Corporate Real Estate from CoreNet, the world’s leading association and think tank for corporate real estate professionals. Nunes holds a bachelor’s in sociology from the University of Pennsylvania College of Arts and Sciences.
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