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CBRE names new Tampa director

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  • | 3:59 p.m. June 2, 2014
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TAMPA — Real Estate brokerage CBRE has named commercial real estate veteran Chase Pattillo as the managing director of its Tampa office.

Pattillo joins CBRE from EverBank in Jacksonville, where he created a management and disposition platform for the bank's more than $100 million portfolio of foreclosed commercial real estate.

Prior to EverBank, he specialized in brokering apartment communities and multifamily land throughout North Florida with Corinthian Real Estate Capital and Walchle Lear Multifamily Advisors. As a founding partner of Corinthian Capital, he also focused on finding debt and equity for projects. Pattillo also held senior positions with Flagler Development Co. and Intergroup Realty Trust in Jacksonville, as well as Holiday, Fenoglio, Fowler/RJ Twitty in Orlando.

“Chase Pattillo is the ideal person to lead our Tampa business,” Mary Jo Eaton, executive managing director for CBRE Florida, says in a press release. “He has broad and extensive knowledge in all aspects of commercial real estate and finance as well as a keen understanding of the real estate market across Florida, more specifically in Tampa and Central Florida. He has demonstrated exceptional leadership in the management positions that he has held with prior firms over the past decade.”

CBRE Group Inc. is the world's largest commercial real estate services and investment firm based on 2013 revenue. The company has 44,000 employees, excluding affiliates, and operates 350 company-owned offices worldwide.


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