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Harrison Street Adds VP in Client Services

Investment firm Harrison Street, which targets the education, healthcare and storage sectors, has hired Briana Succop as VP with the firm’s client services and marketing team. She will focus primarily on developing and expanding the firm’s relationships within the consultant community.

Succop brings nearly 15 years’ real estate investment and capital-raising experience to Harrison Street. She most recently served as VP at Abacus Capital Group, where she was responsible for capital-raising efforts. Previously, she served as a VP at Covenant Capital Group, where she led the successful fundraising of the firm’s two largest funds.

“Briana’s deep relationships across the consultant and institutional investor communities, coupled with her real estate investing background, make her a perfect fit for the Harrison Street team,” said CEO Christopher Merrill. “Briana is an expert in client communications in the industry, and we look forward to her contributions to the firm and our clients.”

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