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Ellen Rudin to Oversee CBRE’s Northeast Retail Line

CBRE has promoted Ellen Rudin (pictured) to the new position of senior managing director of retail for the company’s Northeast division. For the past 10 years, she was managing director of CBRE’s Long Island and New York outer boroughs offices.

“Given the importance of our retail business, we have concluded that having one person dedicated to the management of our retail service line in the Northeast division is an essential role going forward,” said Matthew Van Buren, president of CBRE’s Northeast division. “Ellen’s focus will include supporting the growth of CBRE’s retail business lines throughout the region, and championing the delivery of best-in-class service for our clients.”

Tricia Shay will take over responsibility of running the Long Island office, while remaining the leader of CBRE’s multi-market business in New York, including the transaction management hub.

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