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Whitney Knoll has joined Crossman & Co., where he will lead institutional investment sales efforts, leasing and property management for the commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Knoll joins the firm from rival Newmark Grubb Knight Frank's Capital Group, where he was a senior managing director and focused on Southeast capital markets.

Knoll has worked in the commercial real estate industry for four decades, and has collectively been the senior or lead broker on more than 260 sales transactions totaling 39 million square feet and valued at $3.5 billion.

“I look forward to adding value to our clients and portfolio,” Knoll says of his move to the new company. “My philosophy is aligned with Crossman & Co.'s — focus on your clients' best interest, work hard and do the right thing every day.”

Knoll is licensed to sell real estate in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Tennessee.

In addition to his experience with Newmark Grubb, Knoll also worked for the Trammell Crow Co. and Staubach Cos., where he was executive vice president of the company's retail capital markets group and senior managing director of capital markets, respectively.

“We are thrilled to welcome Whit to our senior management team,” says John Crossman, president of Crossman & Co. “He brings a distinguished track record of working with some of the world's most respected firms and investors, and a unique perspective that will be invaluable as we build upon our continues success.”

Crossman operates in seven states from offices in Tampa, Orlando, Miami, Boca Raton and Atlanta, and currently manages more than 27 million square feet of space.

 

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