Congratulations to CORFAC’s 2017 COR$TAR Award Winners

CORFAC International is pleased to announceĀ the winners of the 2017 COR$TAR Awards, which recognizeĀ individuals and firms for their referral transaction activity within the network. The awards were presented during the annual awards dinner at the CORFAC Spring Conference in Austin, Texas, on March 2. The awards recognizeĀ the largest member-to-member referral transactions in the office, industrial, retail and investment/other sectors for both volume and square footage as well as the firms and individuals with the most referrals in the previous year. ā€œConducting business with best-in-class brokers in other markets is at the heart of what CORFAC International is all about,ā€ said Andy Jaffe, 2018 President of CORFAC International. "As independent real estate brokerage firms, we can do a great job for clients in our own cities, and we can rely on our network colleagues to deliver top service anywhere in the world.ā€ 2017 COR$TAR winners include: Largest Industrial Award ā€“ Dollar ValueĀ  Referring broker Barry Bram, CCIM, LEED, of TRI Commercial/CORFAC International inĀ San Francisco, CA, worked with David Prior, SIOR, of The Klabin Co./CORFAC International inĀ Los Angeles, CA, on a $10.6 million lease in Los Angeles on behalf of the Liss family. Largest Industrial Award ā€“ Square Feet Steve Podolsky, SIOR, of Podolsky Circle/CORFAC International inĀ Chicago, collaborated with Treat Macdonald, CCIM, SIOR, of Crump Commercial/CORFAC International inĀ Memphis, TN, on a 298,590-square-foot lease for XPO Logistics, Inc., in Memphis. Largest Office Award ā€“ Dollar Value Referring brokers David Prior, SIOR, and Todd Taugner, SIOR, of The Klabin Co./CORFAC International, Los Angeles, worked with Sam Olmstead and Michael Hefner, SIOR, of Voit Real Estate Services/CORFAC International inĀ Irvine, CA, on an office lease for Ducommun, Inc., in Santa Ana, CA, valued at more than $2.9 million. Largest Office Award ā€“ Square Feet Russell Todd of Centric Commercial/CORFAC International inĀ Austin, TX, worked with Susan Singer, CCIM, of Bradford Commercial Real Estate/CORFAC International inĀ Dallas, TX, to complete an 11,241-square-foot lease for JW Logistics in Frisco, Texas. Largest Retail Award ā€“ Dollar Value Jean Ko of TRI Commercial/CORFAC International inĀ San Francisco, CA, collaborated with Josh Gispan of Meacham Oppenheimer/CORFAC International inĀ San Jose, CA, to complete a lease valued at more than $5.9 million for Alexanderā€™s Steak House & Bakery in San Francisco. Largest Retail Award ā€“ Square Feet Referring broker Tim Cherre of Sansone Group/CORFAC International in St. Louis, MO, worked with Dan Gostylo of Providence Real Estate Services/CORFAC International, San Antonio, TX, on an 18,300-square-foot lease in Round Rock, Texas, on behalf of La Fronterra Village, L.P. Largest Investment Award ā€“ Dollar Value Peter Castleton of Voit Real Estate Services/CORFAC International inĀ Irvine, CA, worked with Terrence Jones of TRI Commercial/CORFAC International inĀ San Francisco, to complete the $6.2 million sale of a Santa Clara, CA, building on behalf of Bank of the West. Largest Investment Award ā€“ Square Feet Andy Jaffe of Commercial Properties Inc./CORFAC International inĀ Tempe, AZ,Ā collaborated with Kurt Walsh of ProTen Group/CORFAC International inĀ Chicago, IL, in representing client DIV HDV Roosevelt LLC on the transfer of a 158,846-square-foot building and a 3-acre landsite in Chicago. Most Referrals ā€“ Individual Broker Tim Cherre, CRX, CLS, of Sansone Group/CORFAC International inĀ St. Louis referred 13 transactions in the network last year. Most Referrals ā€“ Firm Sansone Group/CORFAC International inĀ St. LouisĀ led the network with 13 referrals to other member firms during 2017. ā€œCongratulations to all 2017 COR$TAR award recipientsĀ and everyone who did a referral transaction last year. Everyone wins when you leverage your CORFAC International relationships, especially our clients,ā€ Jaffe said.
March 22, 2018

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