Nashville

David Koziak

Principal

Bio

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
David Koziak is a principal of the Nashville, Tennessee office. Mr. Koziak specializes in occupier representation and has extensive expertise in office and industrial transaction work, financial analysis, contract execution and strategic planning.

David S. Koziak joined the Nashville office in 2006. As principal, Mr. Koziak helps ensure the growth and success of the Tennessee market. Specializing in tenant representation, he has extensive expertise in office and industrial transaction work, financial analysis, contract execution and strategic planning.

Prior to his affiliation with Cresa, Mr. Koziak co-founded the Newmark Knight Frank office in Nashville where he earned an ongoing designation as a “Heavy Hitter” in commercial real estate in the annual ranking by the Nashville Business Journal. Previous to Newmark, he was a director of office leasing for Grubb & Ellis Centennial, by whom he was recognized annually as a member of their national “Circle of Excellence,” an honor reserved for top-performing transaction services professionals.

EDUCATION
David earned a degree in Business Administration from Washington and Jefferson College.

AFFILIATIONS
CCIM has awarded David Koziak the designation of Certified Commercial Investment Member. He has also served as chapter public relations chairman for NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Professionals).

In addition to his industry involvement, Mr. Koziak has been on the board of directors for several charitable organizations, including the Open Arms Care Foundation, Mary Queen of Angels and the Tennessee Medical Foundation Endowment Fund. He is also an active member of the Montgomery Bell Academy Fathers Club.

CLIENTS

Bridgestone Envision Healthcare Alcoa
Dollar General AAA Auto SpecialtyCare
Adams & Reese Lewis Thomason Neal & Harwell
Mephisto ComCast PICA
CoreCivic VACO NASBA
Gideon Cooper Essary Gullett Sanford Corley Henard 
Eco-Energy Empyrean TVA
PharmMD Delek US SSOE
Cornelius & Collins
Parker Lawrence Ford & Harrison

 


Correspond

Nashville
1503 17th Avenue S.
Nashville, TN 37212


Contact

Mobile
615.479.0405
Landline
615.250.3340
Email
dkoziak@cresa.com


David S. Koziak joined the Nashville office in 2006. As principal, Mr. Koziak helps ensure the growth and success of the Tennessee market. Specializing in tenant representation, he has extensive expertise in office and industrial transaction work, financial analysis, contract execution and strategic planning.

Prior to his affiliation with Cresa, Mr. Koziak co-founded the Newmark Knight Frank office in Nashville where he earned an ongoing designation as a “Heavy Hitter” in commercial real estate in the annual ranking by the Nashville Business Journal. Previous to Newmark, he was a director of office leasing for Grubb & Ellis Centennial, by whom he was recognized annually as a member of their national “Circle of Excellence,” an honor reserved for top-performing transaction services professionals.

David earned a degree in Business Administration from Washington and Jefferson College.

CCIM has awarded David Koziak the designation of Certified Commercial Investment Member. He has also served as chapter public relations chairman for NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Professionals).

In addition to his industry involvement, Mr. Koziak has been on the board of directors for several charitable organizations, including the Open Arms Care Foundation, Mary Queen of Angels and the Tennessee Medical Foundation Endowment Fund. He is also an active member of the Montgomery Bell Academy Fathers Club.

  • Bridgestone
  • Envision Healthcare
  • Alcoa
  • Dollar General
  • AAA Auto
  • SpecialtyCare
  • Mephisto
  • ComCast
  • PICA
  • CoreCivic
  • VACO
  • NASBA
  • Eco-Energy
  • Empyrean
  • TVA
  • PharmMD
  • Delek US
  • SSOE

 

 

Blog
October 30, 2018

Sitting On The Other Side Of The Customer Service Fence

What sets you apart from the competition? Is it product? Is it people? Is it reputation? Most likely, at some point, you’ll answer by saying “customer service." All of us in business want to be known for our customer service; it’s the key ingredient, really, in growing and maintaining a successful, competitive business.