Gary Tasman appointed to Cushman & Wakefield National Land Practice Group Executive Committee

FORT MYERS, Fla. (Jan. 16, 2017) — Bruce Erhardt, head of Cushman & Wakefield’s National Land Practice Group, has appointed Gary Tasman to its executive committee, an 11-member land-specialist committee that offers a unique understanding and perspective of thought leadership and best practices to guide the 162-member Group as it serves institutional and private buyers and sellers of land

Tasman is the founder, executive director and principal broker of Cushman & Wakefield Commercial Property Southwest Florida, one of the region’s largest commercial real estate brokerage and commercial property management firms.

Commercial Real Estate Southwest Florida
It is also the only Cushman & Wakefield Alliance member in Florida. The firm provides commercial real estate solutions, locally and globally, in every stage of the process, representing clients in buying, selling, leasing, financing and valuing assets.

“It’s an honor to be selected to serve along with like-minded individuals who are also seasoned professionals in the land and development arenas,” Tasman said.

The 31-year veteran of the real estate industry has developed in-depth knowledge and understanding of the region’s macro and micro economic drivers. He is a sought-after expert on commercial real estate, market analytics, financial feasibility studies, site analyses and land development.

Southwest Florida Community Service
Tasman has been active in the Southwest Florida community for many years, providing expertise and other resources. His passion for philanthropy and community service offers him firsthand knowledge of what can be achieved when a community works together toward shared goals:

  • Chairman of the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida, elected to serve through 2017.
  • Founding member of the Lee County Conservation 20/20 Advisory Committee.
  • At-large Member of the Horizon Council of Lee County, the public-private advisory board to the Lee County Board of Commissioners on economic development issues.
  • Completed a 12-month term in December 2016 as a Citizen Member of The News-Press Editorial Board, sharing opinions and expertise on growth and development as well as participating in a range of discussions and 45 endorsement interviews during the most recent election cycle. He has also served as a columnist for the publication.
  • Served on the Heights Foundation Advisory Board.

“We look forward to leveraging Gary’s expertise and experience in all facets of real estate to deliver the best solutions for our clients interested in a wide array of property types,” Erhardt said.

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