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Okada & Company, a real estate advisory and development firm in Manhattan, has added three new team members

Okada & Co. Adds Three to Advisory and Development Team

Okada & Company, a New York City-based commercial real estate advisory and development company, has added three new team members. They include Alex Fleischman as director of business development, Kanuka Mareddy as assistant construction manager and Avery Reavill as associate director. 

“Alex, Kanuka, and Avery are three exceptionally talented individuals who bring energy, ambition and a growth mindset to the firm,” said Chris Okada, CEO of Okada & Co. “We believe in growing young talent and believe that these professionals will undoubtedly contribute to Okada’s continued success.” 

The newly created roles expand Okada & Co.’s staff to a total of 13 team members. To date, the firm has completed more than $1.5 billion of commercial sales and leasing transactions.

Pictured: Alex Fleischman.


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