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Avison Young Elevates English to Principal in NJ

Edward M. English Jr., has been named principal with Avison Young’s New Jersey office. English, who has more than 10 years of commercial real estate experience in tenant representation and occupier solutions, has been with the firm since 2017.  He was with the former Cresa NJ office before it was acquired by Avison Young.

In his new role, English will continue to lead a team advising occupiers of space on all aspects of single and multi-location transaction management. Since 2012, English’s team has overseen the completion of more than 250 real estate transactions in more than 60 markets throughout New Jersey, the U.S. and Canada.

“Ed has long demonstrated a remarkable creativity in his work advising tenants and has played an integral role in the growth of our office and the development of our staff,” said Jeff Heller, managing director of the New Jersey office.

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