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CRE Veteran Clint Miller Joins Avison in Twin Cities

Clint Miller (pictured) has joined Avison Young in Minneapolis from Cushman & Wakefield, where he was executive managing director, portfolio services. At Avison Young, he will focus on enterprise solution and tenant representation.

“Clint is a high-profile leader who aligns with our principal-led, collaborative culture and brings skills and experience that support our growth initiatives,” said Avison Young COO Keith Lipton. “He’s known for creating strong partnerships and innovative solutions with clients, who benefit from his expertise in occupier and investor services. He has a track record of success as a business founder, leader and champion of excellence with clients.”

A 38-year commercial real estate veteran, Miller joined Cushman & Wakefield team in 2007 through the firm’s acquisition of Northstar Partners, which he co-founded in 2002. Prior to Northstar, he served as managing director for Grubb & Ellis upon the firm’s entry into Minnesota.

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