Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) May 22, 2013
Congratulations are being given to David P. O’Neill, Executive Managing Director and Partner, on winning the International Office Broker of the Year award and to Diana Golob, Senior Vice President, on winning the International Industrial Broker of the Year award.
NAIOP held its annual Awards of Excellence May 8th, at Windows on the River, Cleveland, Ohio.
In 2012, David completed 4.4M square feet of transactions, including assignments around the globe on behalf of our multi-national clients in Luxembourg, Great Britain, Germany, Japan and various countries throughout Southeast Asia and China. North American activities led to completed deals in multiple markets including Los Angeles, Toronto, Chicago, and Cleveland. Community involvement included instruction and mentoring at the CSU Levin College of Urban Affairs, the Cleveland Catholic Diocese and various initiatives within the City of Cleveland.
In 2012, Diana was involved in 36 transactions with a total consideration of $63.8 million. She is a global transaction manager for Fortune 1000 clients and also completes deals in Cleveland. In her free time, she is involved in a variety of professional and civic organizations. She also enjoys mentoring young people and helping them find employment opportunities.
Ostendorf-Morris has been providing commercial real estate services since 1939. The Company’s strength with international Corporate Services solutions has enabled them to serve middle-market and Fortune 1000 clients in managing their real estate portfolios with the primary goals being cash raise, cost avoidance, and cost savings. Over the past 20 years, OM’s Corporate Services Group has delivered savings for clients that amount to billions of dollars. As a result of this success, Ostendorf-Morris has been a consistent recipient of NAIOP’s International Transaction and Broker awards. To ensure they are the best-in-class, Ostendorf-Morris encourages and supports continuous professional development, which is why their associates hold designations such as MRICS, CCIM, SIOR, MCR, and CIPS.