New feature: Customize your PLUS research experience with My Preferences. Learn more.
Skip to main content

Negotiating Commercial Leases 2020

Speaker(s): Alan M. Di Sciullo, Elizabeth J. Shampnoi, Gerald R. Uram, James A. Fenniman, John Busey Wood, Joseph Fabrizi, Kelly Merino, Marc E. Betesh, Matthew Brandt, Meyer Last, Michael A. Marra, Michael E. Meyer, Mindy Novack, Nancy Ann Connery, Paula K. Konikoff, Robert J. Bergson, Ruth A. Schoenmeyer, William J. Garehime
Recorded on: Feb. 27, 2020
PLI Program #: 277754

Alan Di Sciullo, Esq. is the retired Director of Global Real Estate for Shearman & Sterling LLP.  In that capacity, he directed the firm’s worldwide real estate portfolio.  He has been a Senior Vice President with a major global banking organization working on its corporate real estate merger and acquisitions activities and was of counsel with a New Jersey law firm.  Mr. Di Sciullo served the largest portion of his career with Morgan Stanley as First Vice President and Senior Counsel responsible for real estate transactions and related litigation, such as the largest leases at the original World Trade Center totaling over 1.2 million sf, claims and relocations following the 1993 and 9/11 attacks on the Towers, development of the 600,000 sf Discover Card Headquarters in Riverwoods, Il., and over 200,000 sf for Dean Witter Trust’s headquarters in Harborside Plaza, Jersey City, NJ.

Mr. Di Sciullo has been active in civic and professional activities. He was a member of President Reagan’s Private Sector Survey on Cost Control (the Grace Committee) and was elected a fellow of the American College of Real Estates Lawyers (ACREL) in 2003. He has served as an Executive, Council and Planning member of the American Bar Association’s Real Property Trust & Estate (RPTE) and has been a long-serving chair of the Office Leasing Committee and various other lease-related committees. He also served as President of the New York chapter of the International Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives (NACORE), director on that organization’s international board of directors, and president-elect of its educational affiliate, the Institute of Corporate Real Estate, and an advisory member on the New York chapter of its successor organization, CoreNet Global. He received numerous leadership and planning awards as the chair of the West Windsor Planning Board between 1993 and 1997.  He was a director on the New Jersey Planning Officials board from 1996 to 2014, and he is currently an advisory directory for the Georgetown University Wall Street Alliance.

Mr. Di Sciullo is a co-author of a 2500-page treatise Negotiating and Drafting Office Leases (Law Journal Seminars-Press 1995), now in its 25th year of publication.  He is an adjunct Professor at NYU Schack, where he was honored in 2017 for 25 years of service to the University and has received Outstanding Teaching and Services awards. He has also received several Outstanding Faculty awards from CoreNet Global’s MCR program.

Mr. Di Sciullo graduated cum laude in Government and Economics from Georgetown University. He holds J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center and an M.B.A. in finance from New York University.  He is listed as a Super Lawyer (2008) and in Who’s Who in America and the World and in companion publications for American Lawyers, Finance and Emerging Leaders.He has been a frequent author and speaker on commercial real estate issues.

Bill Garehime’s practice focuses on complex real estate transactional matters.  In particular, he primarily represents health care providers and negotiates leases and subleases in retail, office, hospital campus, and multi-use facilities.  In addition to traditional real estate matters, he has significant experience counseling clients on managing and administering lease portfolios to maintain regulatory compliance.

Gerald R. Uram is a partner in Davis & Gilbert’s Real Estate Practice Group. He was also chair of the Real Estate Practice Group for 38 years, after formally establishing the group in 1974. Under his leadership, the practice received prominent recognition by publications that cover the legal industry, including Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and Best Law Firms.  

Mr. Uram has handled headquarters leases for a number of major companies, including MasterCard International, Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, Saatchi & Saatchi, MONY, The Segal Company, Meredith Corporation, the Associated Press, Lehman Brothers, Boston Consulting Group and the National Football League, among others. Mr. Uram also represents a number of New York City landlords, including 140 Broadway, TF Cornerstone Inc., Oxford Properties Group, Westbrook Partners, Savanna Fund, American Realty Advisors and Kato International.

Mr. Uram has been recognized as a leading real estate lawyer for eleven consecutive years by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business (2009-2019). Mr. Uram was also recognized by The Legal 500 United States in the area of real estate (2013-2016). In addition, Mr. Uram has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America in real estate law for ten consecutive years (2011-2020) and was selected as a Super Lawyer by New York Metro Super Lawyers from 2006-2019 (Top 100 in 2008-2013, and 2015).

He has also acted as an expert witness in several cases, including on behalf of Avon in its litigation with its former landlord, and Bates Advertising in its litigation with its landlord regarding free rent penalties for late delivery. Both Avon and Bates Advertising were successful in the actions.  Mr. Uram has lectured on commercial leasing practice before the Real Estate Board of New York and at New York Law School.


Represented Mayer Brown LLP in its lease at 1221 Avenue of the Americas in New York City; represented the National Football League in the relocation of its headquarters in midtown Manhattan; represented J. Crew in the surrender of its lease at 770 Broadway and its sublease with Bank of New York Mellon at 225 Liberty Street; and represented TF Cornerstone in its lease to Discovery Communications at 230 Park Avenue South.

John Busey Wood is a member of the commercial real estate group in the New York City office of the national law firm Akerman LLP and advises public and private companies on national real estate transactions, development of mixed use and retail projects, retail centers and portfolio property master and ground leasing. For over 40 years Mr. Wood has represented owners and tenants in the design and negotiation of commercial leases covering in excess of 100 million square feet of retail, industrial, office and mixed use projects. These experiences, coupled with a unique blend of professional disciplines, resulted in his being featured on the Wall Street Journal Report and in articles on the impact of commercial leases on commerce and being referred to by The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times as “the father of the modern killer lease.” His has extensive national experience in developable land, property acquisitions, and large scale retail and office developments.  He is a noted authority on ground leases and sale/leasebacks and helped lead a national team on a purchase, sale and master lease transaction involving 327 super market properties. Among noteworthy projects, Mr. Wood directed the legal team in a national portfolio acquisition with a value in excess of $2 billion and he participated in the development, leasing and financing of over 4 million square feet of regional shopping malls and retail centers nationwide. He negotiated what is considered the largest ground/space lease transaction of its kind in the history of New York City, containing more than 1.6 million square feet and including “fast-track” reconstruction, construction financing, permanent financing and options for fee acquisition. Mr. Wood is a licensed Class “A” commercial real estate broker, a Certified Public Accountant and holds B.B.A. (Accounting and Economics), M.B.A. (Accounting and Finance) and J.D. degrees.

Mr. Wood frequently lectures on commercial leasing, transaction structuring and master leasing at Columbia University-ISDE Graduate Law and Economics Program and at the New York University Graduate School and Schack Real Estate Institute. He also lectures at PLI, where he is the New York and national Chairman of the Milton Friedman Leasing Lectures, and at the executive and annual meetings of the ABA and AICPA.  Mr. Wood has frequently served as a “party selected” and Federal arbitrator and is an American Arbitration Association - National Neutral - Commercial Panelist. 

Mr. Wood is the senior author of the national treatise Negotiating and Drafting Office Leases, published by Law Journal Seminars-Press and supplemented 2 times per year ©1994. He is the author of the textbook, Navigating The Dangerous Shoals of a Commercial Lease, published by New York University Graduate School, ©1992-2012 and hosts the commercial leasing educational websites and which are utilized to supplement his lectures. Mr. Wood is listed in Who's Who In Law and Registry of Global Business Leaders and NY Super Lawyers 2004-2018.  Mr. Wood is AV Preeminent® peer rated by Martindale-Hubbell and was peer-nominated and elected an American Bar Foundation Fellow.

Joseph A. Fabrizi is a nationally recognized commercial real estate broker and consultant at CBRE, Inc.  Mr. Fabrizi joined CBRE in 2012 from Cushman & Wakefield, where he had worked since 1986.  During his long career, he has leased and sold buildings throughout New York City, the U.S. and worldwide with a total aggregate value of over $10 billion.

In his more than 31 years of experience, Mr. Fabrizi has served as a broker and consultant to some of America’s foremost corporations, financial institutions and law firms. Specializing as both a national account representative as well as a local expert of the New York City Midtown market, he is regarded as a premier real estate professional. 

In addition to his local, Manhattan-based clientele, Mr. Fabrizi also specializes in cross-border representation of worldwide companies.

Marc Betesh is the founder and president of KBA Lease Services. He conceived the idea of lease auditing in 1985 and in the same year introduced it to the corporate real estate community. Mr. Betesh is considered to be one of the country’s leading experts on lease language construction, lease expenses and effective lease negotiation strategies.

Mr. Betesh is also the founder and CEO of Visual lease, one of the nation’s top lease accounting and lease administration software systems.  Visual Lease is used by hundreds of leading corporations worldwide.

Mr. Betesh has been consistently ranked among the “top- ranked faculty” at Corenet Global Learning and is a frequent lecturer on lease topics at New York University’s

Real Estate Institute, American Bar Association, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, New York State Society of CPAs, ICSC, and the Institute of Internal Auditors.

Professional Associations/Licenses

Member of the New York and New Jersey Bars

Member of CoreNet Global, ICSC, Association of Corporate Counsel, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, New York State and American Bar Associations

JD, Georgetown University

BA, Temple University

Selected Publication Titles
Negotiating CAM Costs – A Presentation to ICSC Lease Administration vs. Lease Auditing Commercial Lease Occupancy Cost Measurement Expense Escalation Caps
Lease Auditing: What Is It and How Does It Work? – March 2005 Eliminating Operating Expense Pass-Throughs from Smaller Leases How “Grossing Up” Operating Expenses Affects your Lease Costs Cost-Reducing Capital Expenditures
Audit Deadlines Come in All Forms
Sarbanes-Oxley and Control of Corporate Real Estate Leases Capital Expenditures – Includable or Not?
Negotiating Audit Rights in Leases


Matthew has spent his entire career focusing on office and retail leasing, both in-house and in private practice, representing landlords, tenants and subtenants.  Currently Matthew is Senior Counsel at Convene, a global provider of best-in-class meeting and workplaces, premium amenities and five-star hospitality services.  At Convene, Matthew is lead counsel for all real estate and construction transactions, including, leasing, licenses, property management agreements, construction contracts and other occupancy agreements.  One of Matthew’s chief responsibilities is to work with Convene’s internal teams to implement processes to propel Convene’s international expansion.

Previously Matthew was Senior Director & Special Counsel at WeWork where he was responsible with managing a team of attorneys and real estate professionals.  At WeWork, Matthew negotiated leases and management agreements, as well as managing and training a team which was responsible for the global expansion of WeWork’s headquarters by WeWork product. 

Prior to WeWork, Matthew represented both landlords and tenants in a variety of leasing transactions in private practice with law firms Greenberg Traurig, Dinsmore and Steptoe and Johnson.  Matthew started his legal career as Assistant Real Estate Counsel at Abercrombie & Fitch, where he represented the company in a variety of leasing transactions and related matters.

Matthew lives in New York City and received his juris doctorate at The Ohio State University – Mortiz College of Law. 

Meyer Last is a real estate partner in Fried Frank's New York office. He joined the Firm in 1987 and was named partner in 1991.

Mr. Last has served as lead partner for some of the biggest real estate transactions in New York City involving prominent owners and developers such as Brookfield, RXR Realty, and Tishman Speyer; financial giants such as Citigroup, Bank of America, and UBS; and leading technology companies such as Google and Facebook.  He advises his clients on all aspects of commercial real estate transactions, with a particular emphasis on large commercial leasing for both landlords and tenants.  He has represented one of the parties in the largest leases concluded in New York City for three of the last five years.  Mr. Last’s work also includes advising purchasers and sellers on acquisitions and dispositions, facilitating ground-up developments and commercial condominiums, and arranging financings and restructurings.

Mr. Last’s work in the industry has earned him recognition by Legal 500 as one of New York City’s leading real estate attorneys.  He was recognized as a 2017 Client Services All-Star by BTI Consulting Group, a recognition identified solely and exclusively by corporate counsel. He is regularly quoted by the press on industry trends and has been profiled by The New York Observer and Real Estate Weekly, highlighting his achievements on notable matters and client work.

Mr. Last received his JD, cum laude, from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 1982, where he was an editor of the Law Review.

Michael A. Marra, is Vice President for the Construction Division and has served with the American Arbitration Association (AAA) for more than eighteen years. Mr. Marra was appointed District Vice President of the AAA Philadelphia Office in September 2001.  He is currently responsible for expanding the use of AAA construction ADR services in the Mid-Atlantic and New England States.  In that role, he also interacts with the AAA’s clients who file construction and real estate cases and the neutrals who serve as arbitrators and mediators.   Mr. Marra also has national responsibility for developing the AAA’s construction caseload and works closely with construction industry associations through the AAA’s National Construction Dispute Resolution Committee (NCDRC).  In this capacity, Mr. Marra assists the corporate, legal and public sector communities in educating them on the various construction industry dispute avoidance and resolution techniques and in designing dispute resolution systems to meet their specific needs.  Mr. Marra is a frequent presenter on the subject of Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Prior to his appointment as District Vice President, Mr. Marra spent fourteen years in the construction and insurance industries in both operations and sales.  Mr. Marra is a graduate of Temple University’s Fox School of Business and Management.

Mike Meyer has developed a national reputation as one of the preeminent leasing attorneys in the United States. He regularly represents many of this country's leading financial institutions, accounting firms and law firms in connection with major lease transactions throughout the United States. Representative of the major leases he has done for tenants recently include City National Bank headquarters lease (525,000 sq.ft. in Los Angeles, CA), Sempra headquarters lease (300,000 sq.ft. in San Diego, CA), Nestle USA headquarters lease (205,833 sq.ft. in Arlington, VA), ICM Partners headquarters lease (111,591 in Los Angeles), and Northern Trust’s headquarters lease (450,000 sq.ft. in Chicago, IL). Recently he won a $5.6 million dollar Fair Market Rental Rate arbitration award for Capitol Records. In 2017, he served as President of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.

Mike served for ten years as a member of the board of directors and executive committee of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) in Los Angeles. He has served as judge pro tem in the Los Angeles Municipal Courts and presently serves as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association. He developed the definition of fair market rental rate which, in one form or another, is used in numerous major lease transactions, and has been intimately involved in many arbitrations/mediations involving fair market rental rates.

In 2011, Mike was named Real Estate Lawyer of the Year by the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Mike has been named CoreNet Global's Real Estate Professional of the Year; the Los Angeles Business Journal named him one of the 25 Most Powerful Attorneys in Los Angeles; he was named one of the 100 Most Influential Lawyers in California by the Los Angeles Daily Journal and the San Francisco Daily Journal.

The respected English legal directory Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business has repeatedly ranked Mike in California's top tier for real estate law.

He has served on the board of directors of the Jackie Robinson Foundation, Los Angeles Police Foundation, and LA Sports & Entertainment Commission.

Mike has presented various seminars to BOMA, PLI, State Bar of California and the American Bar Association. He is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers.

Mindy C. Novack is an Attorney with over thirty years’ experience in Real Estate, Intellectual Property and Corporate Law.  Since April 2014, Mindy has been the Senior Vice President, Senior Real Estate Counsel at Hudson’s Bay Company the owner of Hudson’s Bay, Zellers, Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor.  Prior to that she was Vice President/General Counsel of Loehmann’s.  Ms. Novack was previously Associate General Counsel/Vice President at Warnaco, responsible for Licensing and Intellectual Property; General Counsel at Brooks Brothers where she had many roles, including Vice President of Real Estate, Store Planning and Construction, and Vice President of International; and Real Estate Counsel at Ann Taylor.  From 1988-1992 she was Counsel in the New York Office of Melvin Simon and Associates and was Legal Counsel at CBL and Associates in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Ms. Novack received her B.A. from Brooklyn College in 1981 and her J.D. from Emory University Law School in 1984.

Ms. Connery is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, and has been designated a “Super Lawyer”©.  She’s the former chair of the Committee on Real Property Law and of the Committee on Cooperative and Condominium Law at the New York City Bar Association, is a member of the Executive Committee of the New York State Real Property Law Section, and a former chair of the ABA Leasing Group’s Assignment and Subletting Committee.  She’s also a chapter author for “Negotiating and Drafting Commercial Leases” and for Commercial Real Estate Transactions Handbook.

Ms. Konikoff is a sole practitioner who serves as an arbitrator and provides expert testimony and consulting in real estate litigation; she holds a Bachelor of Science and law degree and the Appraisal Institute’s  MAI and AI-GRS designations. She is a member of the AAA and FINRA panels of neutrals. Prior to establishing her independent real estate advisory practice in 1993, Ms. Konikoff was Director of National Real Estate Valuation Services at KPMG. She joined KPMG in 1989 after having served as President of The Hudson Group, a national real estate consulting and appraisal firm. Previously, she was an attorney at the Philadelphia law firm of Dilworth, Paxson, Kalish & Kauffman, where she worked in both the real estate and corporate law practice areas.

Ms. Konikoff has taught graduate and undergraduate level courses on real estate finance, real estate markets and real estate appraisal at both NYU and Columbia University, and she is now an adjunct professor at New York Law School. She is an instructor for the Appraisal Institute as well, where she conducts programs on standards of appraisal practice and professional appraisal ethical rules. In addition, she develops and presents real estate valuation seminars for continuing education credits for CPAs and attorneys. Ms. Konikoff has served as an expert witness in a variety of cases in which real estate valuation and damages issues have come into dispute including, for example, the bankruptcy of Livent, an international owner of live theater properties and has been retained by both plaintiffs and defendants in RMBS (residential mortgage-backed securities) cases where she testified regarding the compliance of thousands of real estate appraisals with appraisal standards.

Ms. Konikoff has served as a member of several Appraisal Institute committees and other professional organizations and is the Chair of the Appraisal Institute’s National Professional Standards and Guidance Committee and the Women’s Initiative Committee. She is also an active member and a committee member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. She is a frequent speaker and author on appraisal standards and other real property issues and the author of “Appraisers in Arbitration,” published by the Appraisal Institute. She was also a member (2003-2009) and twice Vice-Chair of the Appraisal Standards Board, the congressionally mandated body that promulgates the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).

Robert J. Bergson earned his law degree from Boston University School of Law.

Mr. Bergson’s practice focuses on professional liability defense, business and corporate litigation matters, real estate litigation, business divorce and products liability defense. He also handles disputes concerning miscellaneous/not-for-profit insurance lines, securities litigation, intellectual property, unfair competition claims and errors and omissions matters.     

Ruth Schoenmeyer is a Partner at White & Case LLP in Chicago.  Previously, Ms. Schoenmeyer was Senior Counsel at McDonald’s Corporation.  Ms. Schoenmeyer has extensive experience representing landlords and tenants in leasing transactions, including leases relating to retail, office and industrial properties, and she is also a frequent speaker about real estate topics nationally.  Ms. Schoenmeyer co-wrote an article entitled "REAdy to Draft and Amend REA Documents? Pointers for New Developments and Redevelopments," which appeared in the July/August 2019 issue of Probate & Property.  Ms. Schoenmeyer is a Fellow in the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and is on the Advisory Board of the Georgetown Advanced Commercial Leasing Institute.  She is AV rated.

As an Area Executive Vice President of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co- New York, James is responsible as a sales team leader for client development with a group of veteran and emerging brokers. As a Senior Director of the Construction Practice, he is responsible for all aspects of Construction activities for Gallagher in the New York City office, and works closely with the North East Construction Leader in developing the practice in the metro region.

He received a BS in Economics from Wagner College and his MBA in Risk Management from the St. John’s University Peter J. Tobin Graduate School of Business. After graduate school he studied Scientific Methods of Risk Management at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He also holds the Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designation. He currently is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at St. John’s University Peter J. Tobin School of Risk Management, and also participates as a faculty member of the Practicing Law Institute. With over 50 years of experience he remains active in the Real Estate and Construction Industry by participating in many of the local association seminars and conferences.

He was President of the Insurance Brokers Association of the State of New York and continues to serve on its Past Presidents Committee. He also was 1st Vice President and Board Member of The Players Club and now is a Governor of The Squadron A Association. He currently serves on the NY Committee of the Regional Planning Association.

Elizabeth J. Shampnoi is an attorney, consulting expert, independent mediator, arbitrator and trainer based in New York City with 20 years of experience in the field of alternative dispute resolution. Ms. Shampnoi’s focus on alternative dispute resolution began early in her career when she served as the District Vice President of the New York region of the American Arbitration Association. In that role, Ms. Shampnoi was responsible for overseeing case management; mediator and arbitrator recruitment, training and development; and working with in-counsel and law firms to develop and implement dispute avoidance and dispute resolution programs, including internal employment dispute resolution plans. Following her tenure at the American Arbitration Association, Ms. Shampnoi joined a litigation boutique where she represented a diverse range of organizations and individuals before state and federal courts, administrative agencies, and arbitral forums. Ms. Shampnoi also served as settlement counsel. Her practice involved commercial litigation, securities, employment, contract, wage/hour, not-for-profit, intellectual property and real estate disputes on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants. She drafted and reviewed settlement, confidentiality, non-compete, non-disclosure, licensing, work-for-hire, buy/sell and employment agreements as well as domestic and international dispute resolution clauses within such agreements. Ms. Shampnoi has served as in-house counsel providing legal advice surrounding employment and commercial matters with an emphasis on early, internal dispute resolution and costeffective, strategic dispute management.  Currently, in her consulting practice Ms. Shampnoi serves as an arbitration and mediation consulting expert working with advocates to guide them through the dispute resolution process to achieve successful outcomes. Her practice involves, inter alia, providing strategic advice in dispute prevention, early dispute resolution, negotiation strategy, dispute resolution clause drafting, case assessment, the selection of neutrals, advocacy skills, forum selection, rule interpretation/enforcement, case management, and confirming or vacating awards. Ms. Shampnoi also advises concerning the development, implementation and oversight of employer promulgated dispute resolution plans. In her neutral practice, she has successfully mediated over 200 employment and commercial disputes involving all areas of discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour, contract, real estate and partnership matters. She has also served as a sole arbitrator and as part of a tribunal in similar matters. Ms. Shampnoi’s success as a neutral is rooted in the breadth of her experience, ability to build rapport and temperament. Maintaining her consulting practice enhances her value as a neutral, keeping her upto- date on legal developments, litigation trends and current practices. Her balanced perspective, broad experience and insights gained from serving as a business executive, advocate and in-house counsel in a wide variety of settings has been the catalyst for her success. Ms. Shampnoi regularly conducts CLE programs, trainings and presentations for advocates, neutrals, business and human resource executives concerning best practices in dispute avoidance and resolution such as clause drafting, conflict resolution, negotiation, advocacy and implicit/unconscious bias.

Kelly Merino is a Director with CBRE working in New York City on projects throughout the United States. She has been representing building owners and tenants on a wide range of assignments for more than 10 years. Her experience spans from retail prototypes to large commercial tenant fit-outs, build-to-suits, industrial, warehouse, and specialty projects. Kelly has a unique ability to understand the clients’ goals and business and translate their real estate needs to an executable plan. Her strength lies in her ability to build teams that communicate and execute goals on time and on budget. 

Kelly has managed and directed teams on projects from coast to coast. She has spent nearly 20 years working for or on behalf of Fortune 500 firms, REITs, as well as city and state agencies. Her clients range sectors of: banking, media, manufacturing, healthcare, consulting, consumer goods, municipal agencies on all levels – city, state and federal, and many more. 

She spent more than five years representing Bank of America in both developing and renovating properties and two of those years working hand in hand with Bank of America and Jones Lang LaSalle in a master re-design of all project management systems.     

Kelly is an excellent business partner to all her clients. She joined CBRE in 2006 and brought with her an exceptional record of managing projects of all size and shape and seeing them through to successful completion. She has a background in business and spent 10 years in finance and operations before joining the world of real estate. She brings substantial real estate experience to the team and a successful track record working with all project stakeholders, developers, contractors, designers, brokers, and municipal agencies to meet and exceed project expectations. Her skills and attributes combined with her dedication and win-win attitude are valuable assets to the CBRE organization and the clients she represents.

Kelly is a member of Professional Women in Construction and NAHB Construction Management. She has a BS in Finance and Business Management from Plymouth State University and an MBA from Everglades University.

Clients Represented:

  • GE Capital
  • PepsiCo
  • Glenbrook Associates
  • Bank of America
  • Merrill Lynch
  • City of New York
  • Limited Brands
  • Manatee Healthcare System
  • CIT- Xylem
  • Beacon Capital Partners
  • 650 Fifth Corporation
  • AT&T
  • Nestle
  • Quest Diagnostics
  • Discovery Communications