Cushman & Wakefield South Florida announced that Vicki Baisden, a seasoned commercial real estate professional and current BOMA (Building Owners and Managers) Miami-Dade President, has joined the firm’s Corporate Occupier & Investor Services (CIS) division as City Lead for the South Florida market.
Baisden will service investor clients in the Miami and Fort Lauderdale markets, bringing 25 years of property management, large asset management, building operations, third-party owner relations and leasing experience to the firm. Her diverse expertise includes leasing and operations of regional malls, retail shopping centers and Class ‘A’ high-rise office buildings.
“We are delighted to have Vicki (Baisden) onboard in this key leadership role to continue our strategic growth initiative supporting Investor Services clients in South Florida,” said Lou Alvarado, Senior Managing Director and leader of Cushman & Wakefield’s Investor Services East Region. “Her presence on our team reflects our commitment to recruit the best talent in the industry while delivering the most creative and innovative services on a consistent basis, delivering meaningful value for our investor clients.”
“I look forward to working with the incredible team of professionals Cushman & Wakefield has assembled in South Florida to continue driving Investor Services platform growth in Miami and Fort Lauderdale,” said Baisden. “As we join together to support and build upon our existing portfolio of clients, the opportunities ahead will be limitless.”
Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Baisden was General Manager and Leasing Broker for the Hines portfolio of Class ‘A’ office buildings in Coral Gables and was responsible for 360,000 square feet of property operations, leasing, tenant improvements and property accounting. From 1994 to 2004, Baisden also served as president of property management for Stiles Corporation and was involved in the oversight of such noteworthy projects as Sun Trust International Plaza in Miami, as well as Beach Place and Las Olas Center 350 and 450 in Fort Lauderdale.
In addition to her current role as president of BOMA Miami-Dade, Baisden has been a member of the organization’s Board of Directors and maintains BOMA International RPA and FMA designations.
Baisden holds a degree in Business Management from Marshall University.
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