Dang Nguyen is a real estate professional with over 15 years of experience. He is currently a First Vice President, having recently joined CBRE’s Healthcare Properties team; the region’s only brokerage team dedicated 100% to healthcare real estate. Adding to the team’s existing expertise of transactional execution, Dang brings dedicated proficiency in strategic consulting and transaction advisory for corporate decision makers in the healthcare, technology and banking industries.
Before joining the Healthcare Properties team, Dang held various roles within the Global Workplace Solutions division at CBRE. Until the end of 2015, Dang served as the Alliance Director of the MultiCare Health System account and was responsible for the client relationship and CBRE’s service delivery in strategic consulting, portfolio services, capital planning, project management, brokerage and real estate accounting. Before taking on the Alliance Director role, Dang had been the account’s Senior Director of Portfolio Strategy since 2009. During his tenure in this position, his three-person team developed a comprehensive real estate assessment of the MultiCare portfolio and successfully delivered MultiCare’s first five-year strategic real estate plan.
Additionally, Dang held a number of other roles for GWS. In 2011, Dang spent one year as the Americas Regional Integrator on the Microsoft account, overseeing Microsoft’s real estate portfolio in the US (outside of the Puget Sound area), Canada, and Latin America. His team managed the performance of Tier-1 real estate providers and was accountable for the successful delivery of lease transactions, capital projects and facility services throughout the portfolio. In 2008, Dang was responsible for successfully developing and executing the national real estate strategy on the Washington Mutual account for WaMu’s 10-million square foot administrative portfolio. He also spent seven years in various roles on the Group Health Cooperative account—including Controller and Senior Transaction Manager—that contributed to the account’s success in growing the healthcare business.