Noel, Lambeth, Timpani Named Office Brokers of the Year at Best of NAIOP

Todd Noel, CCIM, executive vice president; Keith Lambeth, executive vice president; and Ryan Timpani, vice president, with Colliers International in Greater Phoenix, were named Office Brokers of the Year at the 2015 Best of NAIOP Arizona event on March 24.

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This is the industry’s top award given in recognition of the brokers’ significant achievements in the Arizona office market.

 

The team specializes in the sale and leasing of office properties throughout metro Phoenix, with expertise in tenant and landlord representation, investments, build-to-suits and land.

 

Their remarkable record of success continued in 2015, with the completion of 32 sales and 88 leases, totaling more than 3.4 million square feet with a value of $131.3 million.

 

“This team has had a tremendous impact on the market and this recognition confirms what their clients already know: that no other team in the Valley provides more professional and valuable office brokerage services than Todd, Keith and Ryan,” said Bob Mulhern, senior managing director of Colliers in Greater Phoenix. “In addition to achieving outstanding results for their clients, they are leaders within the Phoenix office and are making a significant contribution to the Colliers’ office services platform at a national level.”

 

“It is truly an honor to receive the Best of NAIOP award,” said Noel. “Keith, Ryan and I are very appreciative of our clients and the relationships we have developed over the years. We want to thank our clients for selecting us to serve their real estate interests.”

 

In 2015, the team was recognized by Colliers as the #1 Office Team in Greater Phoenix, with Noel and Lambeth honored as the #1 Top Producers. Noel and Lambeth were also ranked in the top 10 percent of producers across the United States, Canada and Latin America by Colliers. These rewards reflect the continued transactional excellence achieved by the team.

 

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