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Cushman & Wakefield Adds Director to Nashville Agency Leasing Team

Cushman & Wakefield has hired Rich Rieck to the firm’s Nashville-based office agency leasing team as director. Rieck will work alongside Crews Johnston and George Mullowney to specialize in representing landlords in marketing their office properties for lease throughout Tennessee. 

Before coming to Cushman & Wakefield, Rieck worked in Colliers’ Nashville office. He also has a background in commercial real estate law and practiced at Maynard Cooper & Gale, PC and Chapman & Rosenthal Title, Inc. for nearly seven years combined.  

“Our office team in Nashville continues to expand and Rich will round out a top producing leasing team that is one of the market leaders in landlord office leasing volume,” said Doug Brandon, managing principal of Cushman & Wakefield Nashville Operations. “Rich’s legal skillset will also deliver added value to the core services and specialties we offer to clients in today’s everchanging office environment.”

Pictured: Rich Rieck.


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