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Cushman & Wakefield Strengthens Multifamily Capabilities

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Kevin Phelan has joined Cushman & Wakefield’s Multifamily Services division in Denver, Colorado as a senior director.

Phelan’s cross-asset experience includes multifamily real estate and he joins Cushman & Wakefield from multi-house brokerage Capstone Companies in Denver where he served as a senior advisor. Phelan was previously a senior advisor with CBRE in Denver.

Kevin brings great success and experience in deal-making, sale negotiations, market analysis, along with an extensive professional network accumulated over his career.

Steve Schwab, Cushman & Wakefield Managing Principal for Colorado, Idaho and Utah, comments: “Within just the past 18 months, Cushman & Wakefield has continued to deepen our line of multifamily services in Colorado with strong, high-performing talent. Kevin exemplifies another exceptional addition to our multifamily platform serving clients in the Mountain West region.

“Kevin brings great success and experience in deal-making, sale negotiations, market analysis, along with an extensive professional network accumulated over his career. He is a hard-working and dedicated professional who views the commercial real estate industry as a lifestyle. This passion and commitment fit right into our culture of providing superior advice to our clients.”

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Phelan says: “I am excited at this next chapter of my career and to join Cushman & Wakefield as a premier firm with a robust Multifamily Services platform as well as the opportunity to work more closely with so many talented colleagues. It is always my goal to bring a collaborative process to my client’s investment strategy, which will maximize their asset’s value and ensure a smooth acquisition or disposition process.”

Phelan is also a dedicated member of his community and volunteers for multiple organizations dedicated to preventing homelessness.

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