Cushman & Wakefield of Arizona announced that Chelsea Maddox has joined the company as Director of Brokerage Services, Healthcare Practice Group.
Maddox will provide comprehensive healthcare real estate consulting services including representation on the leasing and sales of medical office space to owners and tenants.
Maddox spent the past year with Healthcare Trust of America, a publically traded real estate investment trust with a 13.6-million-square-foot medical office portfolio. She oversaw leasing activities for its South/Southwest portfolios, including more than 1.2 MSF in Arizona.
“We are thrilled to have Chelsea rejoin Cushman & Wakefield,” said Gregory B. Valladao, Cushman & Wakefield’s Arizona Market Leader. “Her experience at HTA has made her one of the strongest medical office experts in the Southwest. We look forward to her expanding her Phoenix-based practice to include other cities in the area including Tucson, Albuquerque and Las Vegas. Her high level of professionalism and the expertise she brings to the table will be a huge benefit to the medical groups she consults with.”
Before joining HTA, Maddox was a senior associate with Cushman & Wakefield in the firm’s healthcare division where she represented a national tenant base. Prior to that, she was an associate with Grubb & Ellis, responsible for medical office leasing. Maddox began her career in 2007 with commercial real estate brokerage firm Landmark TCN as an associate.
She holds a B.A. in Public Relations & Strategic Media and Communications from the Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University.