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CushWake Hires Drew Coholan as Director in Charlotte

Cushman & Wakefield has expanded its industrial team in Charlotte with the addition of Drew Coholan as a Director.

Coholan will focus on representing tenants, landlords, buyers and sellers in North and upstate South Carolina as part of the Industrial team which includes Matt Treble, Fermin Deoca, Eric Ridlehoover, Andrew DeLamielleure, Patrick McGrath and Stephanie Mays. Previously, Coholan was a vice president at JLL where he completed more than 250 transactions over the past five years.

“Drew represents the kind of next generation top talent Cushman & Wakefield is committed to hiring,” said Brett Gray, managing principal at Cushman & Wakefield’s Charlotte office. “Industrial demand remains incredibly strong and bringing Drew, an established professional within the industrial space, on board to further bolster our team will allow us to continue to provide best-in-class service for our clients.”

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