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David Morgan Joins CBRE in Columbus as VP

David Morgan has joined CBRE’s Columbus, OH office as VP. He will focus on assisting companies and business owners with their commercial real estate office leasing and transaction strategies throughout the Central Ohio region.

“We are pleased to welcome David to CBRE and our Columbus office,” said CBRE’s Michael Copella, senior managing director, Eastern Midwest. “His arrival greatly complements our existing office business in Central Ohio and puts us in a better position to fully service clients across all business sectors.”

Morgan began his career in commercial real estate in 2013. Before joining CBRE, he was a director at Cushman & Wakefield, where he assisted corporate clients with tenant representation and the formulation and implementation of effective leasing and sales strategies. Since he began his CRE career, Morgan has been responsible for the leasing and sales of more than four million square feet of office space across Ohio.

Pictured: David Morgan.


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