Cushman & Wakefield of Florida is pleased to announce the hire of Tim Rivers as Managing Director of Investor Services – Florida.
Rivers, a 21-year veteran of the commercial real estate industry, has extensive property management experience as well as a distinguished background in facility and transactional operations. With Cushman & Wakefield, he will focus on growing and developing new business for the firm's expanding Florida property management portfolio and will also be directly responsible for the oversight of management services for all of Cushman & Wakefield’s Florida offices. Mr. Rivers will be based in Cushman & Wakefield’s Tampa office.
“We’re excited to have Tim on board,” said Larry Richey, Cushman & Wakefield’s Senior Managing Director and Market Leader for Central and North Florida. “He will help us better serve existing clients and continue to grow our Florida Investor Services business.”
"Tim's focus on superior and consistent delivery of services as well as his track record of client retention speaks for itself," added Richey. "It's one of the many reasons we feel he is a perfect fit to lead our Florida Investor Services team."
Mr. Rivers comes to Cushman & Wakefield from Newmark Grubb Knight Frank where he was the Regional Director of Management Services. Prior to his time with Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, he was the Director of Asset Services at CBRE where he was part of a leadership team that grew their property management portfolio by 30 million square feet over the span of six years. Mr. Rivers brings extensive expertise in managing distressed assets and a comprehensive understanding of the restructuring process.
"Cushman & Wakefield is one of the most respected brands in the global commercial real estate industry and I am thrilled to join such a wonderful organization," said Rivers.
Mr. Rivers is a licensed real estate sales person and is an active member of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA). He is also on the board of directors of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.