Newmark is pleased to announce that several professionals of the firm’s Columbus, Ohio office were recently honored with numerous awards from Columbus REALTORS®. Each year Columbus REALTORS® recognizes sales and transaction excellence among its commercial/investment members for the prior year’s activities.
The following prestigious awards were announced at Columbus REALTORS®’ annual Commercial Awards Night, which was held on March 8th, 2018 at Le Méridien Columbus, The Joseph:
- Director Steve Siegel and Associate Larry Lehring, both of the retail services group, were awarded the 2017 Largest Commercial Retail Lease in recognition for representing Lincoln Village Shopping Center in its negotiations of a 27,127-square-foot lease at 4740 West Broad Street in Columbus,
- Associate Derek Lichtfuss was awarded the 2017 Rookie of the Year award and,
- Executive Managing Directors Wayne Harer, SIOR, CCIM, and Brent Stamm, CCIM, were recognized as Top Producers.
“We are extremely honored to receive all of these awards,” said Newmark Columbus office Executive Managing Director Jim Clark. “I would like to thank Columbus REALTORS® for recognizing our team’s recent accomplishments and I would also like to congratulate all of the 2017 commercial award recipients.”
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