SEATTLE—Feb. 26, 2014—The Seattle branch of Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce welcomed Evan Olson as an associate to its commercial real estate Investment and capital markets team. He will work with Gary Danklefsen and Steve Brunette in investment sales.
Olson joins Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce, from CB Richard Ellis, where he served as a Commercial Real Estate Market Research Analyst. In this capacity, Olson conducted research and analysis regarding market share, industry growth and strategic commercial real estate opportunities in the Puget Sound area.
Prior to his entry into the commercial real estate industry, Olson was the founder and strategic business operator of a successful residential contracting company. He also has experience in human resources and business management.
Olson holds a B.S. in Business Administration and Marketing from the University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business, Seattle, WA. His business major was in finance with an emphasis in personal investments and corporate strategies.
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