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Tara Crossan


Bridge Commercial Real Estate

Instrumental in helping secure WELL Health Safety Ratings for 55 office buildings

Developed methods to boost retention and tenant engagement

Took lead in promoting healthy habits as tenants return to the office

In her role as property manager with Bridge Commercial Realty, Tara Crossan spearheads teams that create value for tenants at Capital Center and Somerset Center, office properties in Raleigh, NC. Since joining the company in late 2021, Crossan has shown herself as a strong leader with meticulous care for her duties, and who is focused on the growth and success of her office portfolio.

Crossan developed creative methods to boost tenant retention, including hosting anniversary lunches to celebrate occupiers’ tenure at her buildings. She’s also implementing a phone app to increase tenant engagement through data and analytics, allowing Crossan and her team to learn more about occupier interests through real-time feedback.

Bridge recently secured WELL Health-Safety Ratings for 55 of its office buildings, and Crossan has been instrumental in implementing the program across her portfolio. She’s also leading efforts to host thoughtful events that enable networking and healthy habits while restoring a sense of community as tenants begin to return to their offices.

Brandon Welch, Bridge’s managing director of property management, points out Crossan’s leadership and communication abilities; she also learns quickly and asks the right questions. Her time-management and organizational skills have provided opportunities for her to take on additional responsibilities in the Bridge portfolio.

Before joining Bridge, Crossan was at Longfellow Real Estate Partners, Blue Ridge Realty and Aurora Property Services. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Liberty University and is an active member of BOMA of Raleigh and IREM. She is close to receiving her IREM Certified Property Manager certification.

These are just a few reasons we chose Crossan as one of Atlanta/Southeast’s 2022 Next Generation Award winners. Connect Media’s sixth annual Next Generation Awards recognize young leaders in the commercial real estate industry who are likely to be influential for years to come.


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