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Cresa Adds Industrial Expert in Philly Area

National industrial expert Eric Zahniser has joined occupier-centric commercial real estate firm Cresa as a managing principal with the firm’s industrial services group. He will be based in the Conshohocken, PA office.  

Zahniser previously served as head of business development & portfolio management at Siemens Healthineers, senior manager – capital finance & real estate at Bimbo Bakeries USA, and as an asset manager with the General Services Administration before transitioning into brokerage with Lee & Associates Commercial Real Estate Services, where he was most recently a principal. He has negotiated several million square feet of deals throughout the Northeast logistics corridor and nationwide.

“Eric exemplifies the caliber of talent we continue to draw to our unique platform and culture,” said Cresa president Greg Schementi. “His corporate real estate background, market knowledge, passion, and unwavering commitment to delivering results on behalf of his valued clients make him a tour de force.”


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