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Serena Wedlich



Generated 500 deals worth over $677 million since joining CBRE brokerage services

While with CBRE Asset Services, managed 1.2 millin square feet of office and retail properties

Serena Wedlich is a first vice president with CBRE, specializing in industrial sales and leasing in the Southeast Valley, Scottsdale and Sky Harbor Airport Phoenix submarkets. She represents developers, landlords, tenants, buyers and sellers.

Since joining the brokerage services, Wedlich generated nearly 500 deals worth over $677 million and 8.2 million square feet for sales and leasing. Notable deals included leasing the three-building, 416,593-square-foot Gilbert Gateway Commerce Park.

In her previous role, Wedlich was a real estate manager for CBRE Asset Services, managing over 1.2 million square feet of office and retail properties. She has received many awards, including AZ Business Magazine’s Most Influential Millennial Leaders, Connect CRE’s Next Generation Award and NAIOP’s Emerging Broker of the Year.

Wedlich is an Arizona CREW member and chair of the special events committee for the Phoenix Chapter, Urban Land Institute, and NAIOP. She serves as the field delegate for CBRE’s Women’s Network in Phoenix. She recently received her SIOR designation and is part of the SIOR Women’s Leadership Group.

These are a few reasons we chose Serena Wedlich as one of the Phoenix & Southwest Connect CRE’s 2023 Women in Real Estate Award winners. Connect CRE’s Women in Real Estate Awards honor the achievements and inspirational stories of women who have reached respected leadership positions and play key mentorship roles for others.


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