People: Amy and Courtney Lance join Cushman & Wakefield

Amy Lance, left, and Courtney Lance.

Amy Lance, left, and Courtney Lance. Courtesy Photos

Cushman & Wakefield recently announced the hiring of Amy Lance as a director in the firm’s office in Las Vegas.

According to a June 8 press release, Lance has more than 17 years of industry experience and specializes in the representation of owner/landlords and tenant/buyers relating to the leasing and sales of commercial properties.

“We continue our pursuit to strengthen the talent making up our preeminent platform throughout Nevada, and Amy reflects another exceptional addition with nearly two decades of deep experience in the office sector and working on many key assignments,” said Christina Roush, Cushman & Wakefield’s Managing Principal of Nevada. “Importantly, beyond her experience, Amy is well known and highly respected for her ability to accomplish her clients leasing goals and takes great pride in making it a top priority to fully understand their business needs.

"Amy’s client-first attitude was an exact fit with our culture at Cushman & Wakefield.”

Lance joins Cushman & Wakefield from CBRE where she worked since 2003 and most recently held the title of Vice President. She is a member of National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP); is a multi-year winner of NAIOP’s Office Broker of the Year Award; and was the recipient of CBRE’s Most Positive Influence employee in Las Vegas.

“This is such a wonderful opportunity to join Cushman & Wakefield, and at this juncture of my career, a firm highly regarded as a leader in Las Vegas and globally,” Lance said in a statement. “I look forward to joining my new colleagues and importantly taking advantage of the firm’s elite full-service platform that will allow me to deliver the highest level of client services in my power.”

Lance will be supported in her role at Cushman & Wakefield by teammate and daughter Courtney Lance, brokerage coordinator who also joins the firm from CBRE.


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