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Carlsbad, Calif.

Lee & Associates NSDC Adds Investment Sales Duo

Lee & Associates – North San Diego County (NSDC) has added Robert Black and Christopher Armes, who specialize in senior housing and hospitality investment sales. The duo brings a collective 40 years of experience to Lee & Associates’ Carlsbad office.

Formerly with Kidder Mathews, Black and Armes have overseen the acquisition, disposition and financing of properties totaling more than $4 billion in total consideration.

“We are pleased to announce the addition of Robert Black and Christopher Armes to our commercial brokerage team,” said Al Apuzzo, president at Lee & Associates – NSDC. “Their extensive experience in senior housing and hospitality investment sales aligns seamlessly with our commitment to providing top-notch service to our clients. We look forward to the valuable contributions they will make to our team.”

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