Scottsdale-based Commercial Real Estate Firm Welcomes Four New Advisors and a Marketing Assistant to the Team
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. – LevRose Commercial Real Estate, one of the Valley’s leading commercial real estate firms, recently announced the addition of four new advisors and a marketing assistant to the growing firm.
As a broker-owned firm, Levrose now allows successful advisors the opportunity to become partners in the firms’ growth.
Colby Pool was hired as an advisor bringing an invaluable understanding to the LevRose retail team while specializing in the representation of retail landlords and tenants. Prior to joining LevRose, Pool consulted for a REIT successfully purchasing properties in bulk for the purpose of acquiring a large holding portfolio. Additionally, she spent time at CBRE creating a database of current tenants and landlords in the Phoenix area. Pool holds dual degrees in history and urban development from Arizona State University.
Hunter Chasse joins LevRose as an advisor, specializing in the acquisition, disposition, and leasing of office properties in Scottsdale. Chasse recently joined the Turbow/Kottler/Cosgrove Team and will be assisting them with creative marketing, research and customer service for their landlord and tenant representation clients in the Greater Phoenix, Metropolitan. Prior to joining LevRose, Chasse furthered his knowledge of the real estate market and online applications at CoStar Group where he managed and trained +250 Phoenix commercial real estate companies. Chasse graduated from Arizona State University in 2014.
Drew Gabler joins LevRose as an industrial advisor concentrating his scope of business relationships and development in the West Valley, Deer Valley and Sky Harbor areas. He has extensive background and acumen in real estate administration and project management, site acquisitions, land planning, design, eminent domain and zoning. Gabler has more than 20 years’ experience in managing client/principal relationships and his priority has always been and continues to understand clients needs and present the best options for them to consider. He was DAUM Commercial Real Estates’ Rookie of the Year in 1998.
Jason Reddington has recently been hired as an advisor at LevRose focusing on office properties for the Scottsdale & Midtown/Central Phoenix markets. He brings the social skills, leadership, and past business success needed to be a top producer in the industry. Prior to joining LevRose, Reddington spent 14 years as a golf professional. He also spent 7 years in Cleveland where he was named the 2013 Northern Ohio Teacher of the Year. Reddington grew up in Indiana where he played collegiately at the University of Evansville.
Casey Chisholm joins LevRose as the marketing assistant. In her new role, Chisholm will help with additional marketing support for the team and clients in providing top marketing materials as well as necessary communications to best showcase LevRose property listings. She currently holds an associate’s degree from Palomar Community College in Social and Behavioral Science and is working toward her bachelor’s degree in marketing at National University.
LevRose was founded by Bob Levine and Jon Rosenberg in 1992 in a small one room office suite on in Old Town Scottsdale. Since then, LevRose has continued to grow despite multiple recessions, market downturns and increasing competition from larger national firms. LevRose currently has more than 20 brokers specializing in office, retail and industrial markets representing over 200 buildings throughout the valley, of which one-third are located in Scottsdale. LevRose was named the Phoenix affiliate of TCN Worldwide, an international consortium of independent commercial real estate firms, in 2013 to further encourage national relationships. Levrose was also the host affiliate to three recent regional and national conferences of the organization.
For more information about LevRose Commercial Real Estate, please visit www.levrose.com.