FORT MYERS, Fla. – One of Southwest Florida’s largest commercial property management companies is strengthening its commitment to its commercial leasing clients. Cushman & Wakefield | Commercial Property Southwest Florida (CPSWFL) is welcoming back Gayle Erickson-Ash to the position of Property Manager. Erickson-Ash had worked with CPSWFL previously in 2019-2020.
Erickson-Ash has more than 25 years experience in various roles in the real estate industry. She holds expertise in financial asset reporting, budgeting, CAM reconciliation, association management, construction management, and client relations.
“Gayle has a great deal of experience and knowledge in commercial leasing and property management,” said CPSWFL CEO and Principal Broker Gary Tasman. “It’s great to have her back at our company, and our clients will definitely benefit from her return. She works with a very client-centered philosophy.”
Erickson-Ash has worked with well-established local and national real estate owners and REITs. Properties she has managed vary from resorts, high-rise offices, retail centers, industrial parks, medical buildings, and residential townhomes. She holds a Florida Real Estate Sales Associate License, Florida CAM license, Real Property Administrator Certification from BOMI International, and holds the LEED Green Associate credential from the U.S. Green Building
“I’m happy to be back at Cushman & Wakefield | Commercial Property Southwest Florida, in part because of the corporate culture,” said Erickson-Ash. “It’s great to work for a company that is engaged with the community and is as dedicated to giving back as it is to its business.”
CPSWFL was recently recognized for its community involvement at the 2021 Industry Appreciation Awards, where the company received the Community Stewardship Award. The Industry Appreciation Awards are presented by the Lee County Economic Development Office, Horizon Council, and Horizon Foundation.
CPSWFL is Southwest Florida’s largest third-party commercial property management company and is committed to continued growth of its property management and facilities management offerings. Erickson-Ash joins a team that manages nearly eight million square feet of commercial space in Collier, Charlotte, Lee and Hendry Counties.