Jaccom leaves Colliers for Cresa post
Mr. Jaccom will be responsible for overseeing and growing Cresa’s brokerage services in Manhattan and the other boroughs. He will also work closely with other Cresa offices throughout the country to further expand national accounts and conduct more complex transactions.
“We are pleased to have Mark leading our New York office,” said Jim Leslie, CEO of Cresa. “New York is an important market for Cresa, and Mark’s experience, leadership, and proven track record in the industry will help us expand our capabilities and market share here,” he added.
“Cresa has an incredible opportunity here in New York to expand its presence and stake its position as the ultimate brokerage firm for tenants looking for comprehensive offerings, stellar service, integrity and a commitment to do what is not only smart, but is in the best interest of those we serve,” said Mr. Jaccom. “The New York office already has an outstanding reputation, and I look forward to building on that reputation and furthering opportunities for our own team and our clients.”
Mr. Jaccom, who has more than 30 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, is known both locally and nationally as a strong business leader and new business generator. An accomplished real estate advisor, he has managed a wide range of corporate accounts and built an impressive roster of clients, including Capital One Bank, Cigna, Citibank, Charles Schwab, CMP Publishing, Colgate-Palmolive, John Wiley & Sons, Publicis, Toshiba, Willis, and Verizon, just to name a few.
Most recently, Mr. Jaccom, 57, served as co-chairman of the Tri-State region at Colliers International, where he grew the business into a full-service international advisory firm. Prior to that, he was vice chairman and principal of Studley, Inc., where he addressed the needs of corporate and industry clients and introduced many value-added consultative services. Mr. Jaccom spearheaded the firm’s Corporate Services and Industrial Services Groups, playing an instrumental role in securing many high-profile national accounts.
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