06/20/16 Expanding our real estate capabilities with our new Cushman & Wakefield Kingston brand!
Peter Kostogiannis, Broker of Record and President of DTZ Eastern Ontario Limited, is pleased to announce a new name for the local market-leading firm in conjunction with an expansion of the firm's real estate services.
DTZ Eastern Ontario Limited has merged with Cushman & Wakefield Ltd. as an alliance member to provide our clients with an optimal balance of exceptional services:
· local expertise, market knowledge and established relationships; together with
· access to new colleagues, connections and opportunities across North America and globally.
Because Cushman & Wakefield is a world leader in commercial real estate services and the best known firm in our field, we have adopted the name Cushman & Wakefield Kingston.
“This is the next step on our journey to be the best commercial real estate resource available to meet our clients’ needs,” said Kostogiannis. “We’re advancing to a new level.”
We’re excited about our expanded capabilities and new look, but we also care deeply about continuing our long tradition of commitment to local relationships.
You can expect us to continue as active leaders in building our community — through our real estate business, and also as volunteers and corporate partners supporting community planning and projects. For example, we are currently partnering with KFL&A United Way and Push for Change to address the problem of youth homelessness in our area.
While our logo and signage may be changing, we will continue to welcome you in our offices at 78 Brock Street, Kingston ON, and we’ll have the same phone numbers for service enquiries. However, as of today (June 20th) our email address extensions will change — from @dtzkingston.com to @cwkingston.com and our website address will also be changing to cushmanwakefieldkingston.com.
If you have any questions or would like to know more about our expanded services, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We would be pleased to share information about this transition with you.
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