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

Before joining Colliers, Pace served as a Senior Leasing Representative for Duke Realty.

Colliers Lands Stephanie Rodriguez From Duke Realty

Rodriguez will be based in Miami in the role of Colliers’ national director of industrial services.

Duke Realty Inks Its Largest South Florida Lease Deal

The company announced the start of the 501,224-square-foot speculative development at 10300 NW 121st Way in Medley in May 2021. The building is now 100 percent leased.

NAIOP South Florida Announces 2022 Officers, Executive Board And Board of Directors

“Despite the many challenges our world has been facing due to the pandemic, the commercial real estate industry is booming, and South Florida is a top destination for business relocation,” said Christopher Thomson, the 2022 president.

Duke Realty Starts 500K SF Spec Development In Miami

The planned project is the second of two distribution facilities in Duke Realty’s Miami 27 Business Park in Medley.

Duke Realty Adds South Florida Industrial Veteran To Team

She will serve as senior leasing representative for Duke Realty’s South Florida office.

The Commercial Industrial Association of South Florida (CIASF) Announces New Officers And Board Members

CIASF provides membership services to commercial and industrial professionals, affiliates, and service providers.

NAIOP South Florida Selects 2021 Awards Of Excellence Finalists

The annual celebration, which acknowledges excellence throughout the South Florida commercial real estate (CRE) industry, will be held Thursday, May 20th, outdoors at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa with limited capacity from 5:30 to 9 p.m.  

NAIOP South Florida Announces 2021 Board of Directors And Executive Board

“I am looking forward to a rewarding new year in commercial real estate,” said 2021 NAIOP South Florida Chapter President Ryan Nee. “As president, I will work to facilitate new alliances among members that will support personal, professional and economic development throughout the tri-county. While the pandemic limited face-to-face engagement in 2020, we are eagerly committed to offering new ways for our members to engage and thrive in 2021.”