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Avison NYC Adds 3 to Investment Sales Team

Avison Young’s New York City investment sales group, led by James Nelson (pictured), has added three new hires. Frederick Richter is joining as associate director, multifamily/mixed-use; Carter Lovejoy is joining as an associate in investment sales; and Maxwell Helfman is coming board as an associate, multifamily/mixed-use.

Richter, Lovejoy and Helfman join Avison from Besen & Associates, CBE and Cushman & Wakefield, respectively. They’re the latest additions to a team that has added more than 30 hires in the past five months.

“We’ve had incredibly strong momentum for our Tri-State Investment Sales group over the last few months, and these new strategic hires reflect our focus on bringing the industry’s top talent to our organization,” said Nelson. “We welcome each of these professionals to our already high-caliber investment sales group, and look forward to their contributions.”

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