Mohr Partners, Inc. Hires Curtis Krusie as Transaction Manager in St. Louis Office
April 20th, 2018 | Press Releases
DALLAS, TX March 12, 2018 – Mohr Partners, Inc. the world’s largest wholly-owned commercial real estate advisory firm exclusively focused on representing tenants, has hired Curtis Krusie as a transaction manager for the St. Louis region, working with Bridget Williams, managing director of transaction management and general counsel.
“We are happy to have Curtis join our GCS team as he helps us expand our reach in the St. Louis area,” Ms. Williams said. “His former real estate experience will be beneficial to our expanding client base.”
Prior to joining Mohr Partners, Mr. Krusie worked for Cushman & Wakefield as a transaction manager. He negotiated over $55 million in lease value through deals in 43 states and in the District of Columbia. Outside of his corporate real estate career he pursues his artistic passions via photography and writing.
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About Mohr Partners, Inc.:
Mohr Partners, Inc. is a global corporate real estate services firm providing tenants and occupiers integrated solutions including strategic consulting & advisory, portfolio strategy/lease administration, research and site selection, location incentives consulting, transaction advisory, project management and business intelligence/data analytics services. Since 1986, Mohr Partners has been managing real estate portfolios for organizations around the world. Mohr Partners’ 200 professionals working from the firm’s 22 North American owned offices, deliver integrated services worldwide through strategic alliances with best-in-class partners in Mexico/Latin America, EMEA and Asia. As the leading diverse commercial real estate firm, Mohr Partners became a certified Minority Business Enterprise (“MBE”), by the National Minority Supplier Development Council (“NMSDC”) in 2017. For more information on Mohr Partners, please visit mohrpartners.com or please contact:
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