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Faces of Commercial Real Estate: Newmark Knight Frank

The company has been in commercial real estate innovation in the state for more than 130 years


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Faces of Commercial Real Estate: Newmark Knight Frank 

Global Leader in Commercial Real Estate

1800 Larimer Street, Suite 1700 Denver, Colorado 80202

303.892.1111

Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) has been leading the charge in commercial real estate innovation and client solutions for more than 130 years in metro Denver and Colorado.

With a global network of more than 430 offices and 16,000 professionals, NKF has established itself as the authority in real estate advisory, data and technology both locally and worldwide. Working with many of Colorado’s and the world’s leading commercial property owners, real estate developers, investors and tenants, our professionals consistently receive high accolades for their results. 

The company provides services for each stage occupying or owning a property: from strategic planning, site selection, design, construction and initial occupancy to ongoing cost-effective operations and dispositions. NKF serves corporation, investors and owners alike to manage real estate operations and portfolios across industries. This includes everything from tech startups to Fortune 500 companies.

For the last four consecutive years, NKF has ranked within the top two Denver-Area Commercial Real Estate Brokerages by total sales volume according to Denver Business Journal. Of NKF Colorado’s 76 Producers, 17 who achieved the highest local sales volume for 2018 are pictured above.

And, NKF is very involved in a number of Colorado and Denver metro organizations. It was a founding member of both the Downtown Denver Partnership and Denver Chamber of Commerce and has served as a Denver Startup Week Session participant since the inception of the program. It also serves as members of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation's executive committee, board of governors and site selector committee.

PICTURED FROM LEFT: David Lee, Executive Managing Director; Jason Addlesperger, SIOR, Executive Managing Director; Tim Harrington, Vice Chairman; Victor Frandsen​, Vice Chairman; Matt Davidson, Managing Director; Michael Wafer, SIOR,​ Executive Managing Director; Riki Hashimoto​, Executive Managing Director; Dan Grooters,​ Executive Managing Director; Jamie Gard, Executive Managing Director, John Jugl, Jr., Vice Chairman of the Western Region Capital Markets; Andrew Blaustein, Senior Managing Director; Terrance Hunt, Vice Chairman; Shane Ozment,​ Vice Chairman; Chris Cowan, Executive Managing Director; Kevin McKenna, Executive Managing Director; Andy Hellman, Senior Managing Director; Justin Hunt, Executive Managing Director.

(This sponsored content was provided by Newmark Knight Frank.)

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