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Cushman & Wakefield Appoints Veteran Broker to Capital Markets Team

16.09.2021, 16:55

Cushman & Wakefield Appoints Veteran Broker to Capital Markets Team

Pat Mutzel has joined Cushman & Wakefield as a senior director of its Capital Markets team from Colliers International where he served as a Senior Vice President.

Mutzel, who will be based in  the company’s Bellevue office in Washington, brings over a decade of experience representing local and national investors with the acquisition and disposition of investment property and development opportunities in the Puget Sound region, and will specialize in office and land sales with some exposure to agency leasing work.

After earning a BA degree from Western Washington University, Mutzel began his career in commercial real estate at Grubb & Ellis where he was recognized as “Rookie of the Year” in 2008 and subsequently as the firm’s “Top Producer”. 

Alison Beddard, Managing Principal of Washington state for Cushman & Wakefield, comments: “We are thrilled to welcome Pat to our team in Bellevue.

“Throughout his career, Pat has thrived in his ability to discover unique opportunities for real estate owners and investors and has always aimed to support his client’s success first, which has led to his own longstanding success in our industry.

“Pat reflects our company’s ongoing commitment to bring aboard the best talent in Puget Sound and continuing to strengthen our platform with the right people. As a market, Seattle remains widely recognized for its innovation, influential companies, and strong labor talent across many industries.”

Mutzel adds: “I am very excited to be starting the next chapter of my career with Cushman & Wakefield, which offers a tremendous capital markets platform and investor relationships. As a top brand for overall client services and resources, the firm will support my business pursuits at the highest level.”

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