Cresa's Dave Toomey and Matthew Miller to speak at Los Angeles Commercial Realty Association Office Leasing Market Roundtable

Cresa’s Dave Toomey and Matthew Miller to speak at Los Angeles Commercial Realty Association Office Leasing Market Roundtable

 

LOS ANGELES — Dave Toomey and Matthew Miller of Cresa Los Angeles will be two of the featured speakers at the Los Angeles Commercial Realty Association’s semi-annual office leasing market roundtable and future projections discussion on May 3, 2018 at the newly completed Playa Jefferson office campus expansion. Moderated by John Ollen of Tishman Speyer, the other panelists will include Hayley Blockley and Blake Searles from JLL and Jeff Pion from CBRE.

About Cresa - Cresa is an international corporate real estate advisory firm that exclusively represents tenants and specializes in the delivery of fully integrated real estate services, including transaction Management, Project Management, Relocation Planning and Management, Strategic Planning, Workforce and Location Planning, Subleases and Dispositions, Lease Administration, Capital Markets, Sustainability, Supply Chain and Facilities Consulting. With more than 50 offices, Cresa is the largest tenant representation firm in North America. Internationally, Cresa covers more than 125 locations in 35 countries. For more information, visit www.cresa.com.

About LACRA - The Los Angeles Commercial Realty Association (LACRA) was incorporated in 1983 as a vehicle for commercial real estate brokers and landlord representatives to exchange ideas and forge relationships with a group of real estate professionals whose common focus was leasing. The core group began several years earlier when ten office brokers held an informal breakfast meeting to promote their projects and discuss deals and listings. During its second year, the group decided to invite owners’ representatives to join the monthly discussions and add their perspective on lease transactions. Each firm was allowed to have one representative member. The group’s networking potential caught the interest of the brokerage community at large, and LACRA counted fifty members by the end of the eighties.

Today, LACRA has an active membership committee and an ambitious slate of meetings, seminars, and activities designed to enhance the group’s visibility and establish it as an integral part of the real estate community. LACRA’s membership has grown to 150 members, and its geographic distribution now includes Downtown Los Angeles, the South Bay, the Westside, and the San Fernando Valley.

 

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