CB Richard Ellis’ Phoenix office has seven of the national company’s 2008 winners

Posted By Mike Padgett

Feb. 4, 2009

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Seven real estate professionals from the Phoenix office of CB Richard Ellis are ranked among the company’s top 225 producers nationwide. 

Tom Adelson, Tyler Anderson, Mark Bauer, Sean Cunningham, Jim Fijan, Mark Krison and Chuck Nixon are on the company’s 2008 list of exceptional performers. They also earned recognition as members of the prestigious Colbert Coldwell Circle.

“In what was undoubtedly the most difficult market environment in years, these seven individuals persevered, exceeding all expectations,” said Craig Henig, senior managing director of CBRE’s Phoenix office. “They worked extremely hard to bring buyer and seller and landlord and tenant together, nurturing their business relationships and becoming a valued partner to their clients.  We couldn’t be more proud of their accomplishments and successes.”

Adelson, a corporate services/tenant representation specialist, and Fijan, an office specialist, are perennial members of the Circle, each having been included for the past 22 years.

Anderson and Cunningham are specialists in multi-family property sales.  They have also achieved membership in the Colbert Coldwell Circle on numerous occasions – Anderson 15 times and Cunningham nine times.

Bauer is an office specialist and a leader for CB Richard Ellis’ Technology Practice Group, representing data center and telecommunications firms with their real estate planning. This is his first time in the Colbert Coldwell Circle.

Krison specializes in industrial properties, working with landlords, tenants and developers. This marks his fourth time in the Colbert Coldwell Circle.

Nixon is a corporate services/tenant representation specialist and a member of the company’s Law Firm Practice Group.  This is also his first time in the Circle.

 

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Feb 4th, 2009

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