sept. 24, 2013
stacie harrison joins cbre's healthcare services group as vice president
CBRE has announced that Stacie Harrison has joined the firm’s Healthcare Services Group in Phoenix, Ariz. as a vice president. Harrison will focus her attention on the dynamic local healthcare market, and will be providing services to healthcare systems, practice groups, healthcare providers, medical building owners, and others in the ever-changing healthcare industry.
“CBRE is excited to welcome Stacie to the team. Her years of experience and skill set will be a wonderful complement to our Healthcare Services Group,” said Craig Henig, managing director and Arizona market leader for CBRE. “Stacie’s ability to leverage her local market knowledge and contact base alongside the industry leading resources of our Healthcare Services Group will result in much success for her clients.”
Harrison comes to CBRE from NAI Horizon, where she has worked since 2008. During that time, she gained considerable experience working with both agency/landlord clients and buyer/tenant/investor clients in the office and medical office building sectors. Her recent clients include DeRosa Medical, Sovereign Healthcare, Pinnacle Perinatal Care, STORE Capital, McLarens Young International, Information Strategy Design and Signature Consultants. Prior to moving into commercial brokerage, Harrison was with engineering giant HDR, the regional advocacy group East Valley Partnership, ADOT, The Governor’s Office, and architects DFD CornoyerHedrick. Time with these organizations has provided well-rounded experience and contacts she will leverage in her new role.
CBRE’s Healthcare Services Group provides a comprehensive real estate services offering to leading healthcare systems locally and across the country. CBRE’s integrated approach aids clients in reducing cost and unlocking capital, while being sensitive to the patient experience. Members of the Healthcare Services Group recognize the significant challenges facing the healthcare industry and the need to carefully balance cost management with patient satisfaction. An integrated approach to real estate services will allow Harrison to provide clients with innovative, market-leading solutions that leave no stones unturned in searching for economic opportunities.
jan. 7, 2013
Mike Parker and Evan Koplan Join CBRE’s Industrial Services Group in Phoenix, Ariz.
CBRE today announced the addition of two brokerage professionals, First Vice President Mike Parker and Senior Associate Evan Koplan, to its Phoenix office. The duo comes to CBRE from Colliers International, where they have worked since 1992 and 2006, respectively.
Parker and Koplan focus on the Southeast Valley and Sky Harbor Airport area, where they provide a complete spectrum of commercial real estate brokerage services including sales, leasing, landlord and tenant representation, land acquisition and development, and building sales to investors and occupiers of all industrial property types. In the past two years, the team completed 36 sales transactions and leased more than 500,000 square feet of warehouse space.
Parker graduated from the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with a diploma of Real Estate Marketing. He is a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and a resident of Scottsdale, Ariz.
Koplan has a bachelor’s degree in regional development and a minor in business administration from the University of Arizona in Tucson, Ariz. He is also a member of NAIOP, where he serves on the Developing Leaders Membership Committee. Koplan is also a resident of Scottsdale, Ariz.
“Mike and Evan have established themselves as two of the premier industrial properties specialists in the market,” said Craig Henig, CBRE’s senior managing director and Arizona market leader. “Adding brokers of their caliber will not only enhance our ability to provide real estate solutions for any of our clients’ specialized needs, but significantly strengthens our team of best-in-class industrial professionals.”