Mike began his career in commercial real estate in 1996 at Equis in Atlanta and later that same year transferred to Washington, D.C., to help start the firm’s Washington metro area operations. Through acquisitions, Equis later became DTZ. Prior to joining Transwestern in 2018, Mike served as managing director at Cushman & Wakefield (previously DTZ).
Some of his most notable accomplishments include the following:
- Negotiated the Hanger Corporation’s 80,000-square-foot headquarters relocation from Bethesda, Maryland, to Austin, Texas, creating significant savings for the firm by reducing overall occupancy costs and securing substantial state and municipal incentives.
- Negotiated the Harris Corporation’s 161,359-square-foot consolidation of eight Northern Virginia locations, reducing annual rent by $1 million and creating overall savings in excess of $10 million.
Some of his most notable clients have included: Harris Corporation; Mission Essential Personnel; Anti-Defamation League; Chesapeake Sciences Corporation; Fiat Chrysler Automobiles; ComScore Networks; GES Exposition Services; Hanger Orthopedics Group; ILOG Corporation; Navigant Consulting; NCO Financial; NTT America; Omnicare; PSI Services, Inc.; Red Hat; SBC Communications; U.S. Department of Defense; U.S. Food and Drug Administration; U.S. General Services Administration; Towers Watson; and Xerox Corporation.