Jun
15
Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce Bids Farewell to Monty Montierth, 1944-2015

Montierth_MontyLAS VEGAS—June 15, 2015—Monty Montierth, a senior director in the Las Vegas office of Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce passed away peacefully at his home this week. Montierth, 71, was a highly trusted and well-respected commercial real estate professional.

“Monty will be remembered for his many contributions and lasting impressions on the people he encountered throughout his life,” said Mike Dunn, C&W | Commerce Las Vegas Market Leader. “News of his passing brought sadness, but engendered fond memories of his life for everyone who knew him and who worked with him. Monty had diverse interests in cars, art, music and motorcycles. He was always thoughtful in his work and conversations, which was added to with an insatiable curiosity and interest in other people. Monte was quick to laugh and slow to anger. He will be greatly missed.”

Monty served for 22 years as a Commercial Real Estate Broker in Salt Lake City and Las Vegas. Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce in Las Vegas, he was the Senior Marketing Director and Principal Broker for the Salt Lake City, UT office of Transwestern Commercial Services. Experience, dedication, and professionalism allowed Monty to represent Federated Department Stores in the sale and lease up of a 1,044,000 sf distribution center, the largest building ever sold at the time in Utah.

Over his career, Monty’s involvement in multiple aspects of Real Estate transactions gave him a broad knowledge of Brokerage Services, Office Leasing, Industrial Leasing and Investment Sales. His expertise in acquisition and disposition of office and investment properties, national tenant representation, and new business procurement gave him the opportunity to work with such clients as Delta Airlines, GE Capital, Solomon Smith Barney, Northwest Pipeline, TIAA-CREF, Legacy Partners, Continental Airlines, eBay  and many, many others.

Monty began his real estate career in 1993 when he joined Grubb and Ellis as an office and industrial specialist. He quickly became a senior agent and was named Top Broker. His years of service to the community and to the commercial real estate industry will leave a lasting impact that will continue on for many years to come.

About Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce
Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce, headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah is an independently owned and operated member of the Cushman & Wakefield Alliance with offices throughout Utah, Nevada, Washington and Idaho. The firm partners with its sister company Cushman & Wakefield | NorthMarq to provide innovative commercial real estate solutions to occupier and investor clients, offering transaction services, capital markets services, occupier and investor services, and real estate advisory. Together the firms manage more than 52 million sq. ft. of retail, industrial, and office assets, have annual revenues of more than $100 million, and employ more than 750 professionals. Learn more at www.comre.com; www.cushwakenm.com. C&W | Commerce and C&W | NorthMarq are part of the Cushman & Wakefield platform, which is the world’s largest privately-held commercial real estate services firm with 248 offices in 58 countries globally. www.cushmanwakefield.com.

About Cushman & Wakefield
Cushman & Wakefield advises and represents clients on all aspects of property occupancy and investment. Founded in 1917, it has 248 offices in 58 countries, employing more than 16,000 professionals. It offers a complete range of services to its occupier and investor clients for all property types, including leasing, sales and acquisitions, equity, debt and structured finance, corporate finance and investment banking, appraisal, consulting, corporate services, and property, facilities, project and risk management. To learn more, click HERE.

 

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