CBRE Hires Moyer To Lead Global Workplace Solutions Business

CBRE Group hired Monique Moyer, currently the Port of San Francisco’s Executive Director, to serve as Senior Managing Director in the company’s Global Workplace Solutions business. 

In her new role, Moyer will oversee client relationships in the San Francisco/Bay Area. CBRE acquired Johnson Controls’ Global Workplace Solutions business in September 2015.

In her San Francisco Port role for the last 12 years, Moyer increased revenue and reduced operating expenses, invested $250 million in infrastructure and directing the leasing and management of all leased Port property, which represents more than 500 tenants.

Prior to her role with the Port, Moyer served as San Francisco’s Public Finance Director for seven years. She also headed the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development, leading negotiations on several major projects.

Cushman & Wakefield Promotes Dawson

C&W appointed Brian Dawson to Senior Managing Director in the Washington, D.C. area.

As the head for the Investor Services and Agency Leasing practice, Dawson will drive the overall growth of the platform and create value-add initiatives in the metro area.

Dawson holds more than 28 years of experience in Washington, including tenant representation, investment sales and capital markets. He joined Cushman & Wakefield in 2007 as Co-Manager of the firm’s Capital Markets Group, where he advised institutional investors on real estate investment strategies, structured finance, real estate securitization and property sales. He has completed more than $5 billion in commercial real estate sales transactions in his career.

Bralower Joins Avison Young in New York City

John Bralower joined Avison Young in New York City as a Principal. He will focus on expanding the firm’s capital markets and hospitality platforms in New York City and globally.

Bralower brings more than 30 years of commercial real estate experience to Avison Young, most recently with The Carlton Group where he served as President of the hospitality practice and a Managing Director of Carlton Advisory Services. He also served as President/shareholder and management committee member of real estate investment banking firm Sonnenblick-Goldman Co. and Managing Director/shareholder and co-head of global real estate investment banking at Houlihan Lokey.

Bralower completed the $750 million capitalization for Manhattan House in New York, which ranks as one of the world’s largest single-building residential acquisitions and the sale and/or capitalization of several billion dollars of non-hospitality properties throughout the world.