Real Estate Forum Names Top Women in Commercial Real Estate
Salt Lake City (September 5, 2017) – Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors (CBC Advisors) today announced that Mary Street, senior vice president of land and investment sales, was honored among Real Estate Forum’s Women of Influence 2017.
For the 24th consecutive year, Real Estate Forum profiled women whose achievements have shaped and changed the commercial real estate industry. Recipients were selected from hundreds of standout nominations from markets across the United States.
“The number one attribute that makes Mary an effective commercial real estate broker is her ability to deliver results to the client,” said Lew Cramer, CEO of CBC Advisors. “Mary is a tremendous professional and represents everything we stand for at CBC Advisors.”
In addition to being named Women of Influence, Utah Business named Street to its 30 Women to Watch list in 2017. Street also was named a finalist at CCIM’s Excellence Awards as Investment Broker of the Year in 2017 and Multifamily Broker of the Year in 2016.
Street consistently ranks as a top performing broker nationally. Her team completed over 60 commercial real estate transactions in 2016, averaging almost 1.5 transactions per week. She holds several positions within distinguished affiliations, serving as a city councilwoman, member of CCIM, member of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) and member of the Governor’s Commission on Aging.
“This is a tremendous honor,” said Street. “It is a privilege to work with such a talented team at Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors. We look forward to building on our market-leading service to position our clients for continued success.”
CBC Advisors operates as a full-service commercial real estate brokerage, representing world-class industrial, investment, multifamily, office and retail properties nationally. The firm’s Asset Services division manages a portfolio of commercial properties in excess of 24 million square feet.