Colliers Adds High-Powered Office Agency Team from JLL
Colliers has added a prominent office agency team in Los Angeles comprised of Anneke Greco, Gil Canton, and Danny Redell. Joining the firm’s Integrated Advisory Services Team from JLL and bringing expertise in the Tri-Cities, North Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles office markets, Greco will serve as EVP, Canton as first VP and Redell as associate.
“Our growth momentum continues with the addition of this high-performing team,” said Jodie Poirier, Greater Los Angeles market leader. “With their stellar track record of providing best-in-class service to an impressive client roster, this team further strengthens our market share.”
Known for expertise in agency leasing, namely for institutional Class-A office buildings, Greco completed $1.3 billion in volume, encompassing 5.7 million square feet, over 10 years with JLL. Canton specializes in tenant and landlord representation in the Tri-Cities. Redell has established himself as a rising star, joining the team two years ago.
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