With the addition of industry veteran Perry A. Gabuzzi, CCIM, the Phoenix Kidder Mathews healthcare real estate team bolsters its market expertise and boasts an expansive portfolio of medical office listings in the Valley.
Gabuzzi, a Senior Vice President, joins the team of Senior Vice Presidents Michael Dupuy and Fletcher Perry, and Vice President Rachael Thompson. The team represents clients in the leasing, acquisition, and disposition of healthcare real estate.
Its platform of services includes new lease negotiations, lease renewal and renegotiation, lease vs. own scenarios, occupancy and operational cost analysis, site evaluation, demographic and market analysis, space planning, and negotiating tenant improvement allowance.
“Perry has been a friend since our first chemistry class together in high school. Over the past 20 plus years I’ve known Perry to be honest and hard working. He fits really well
with the culture we have established,” Dupuy said. “We’re excited about the market force he brings to the table. Our clients will unquestionably benefit from this addition.”
Perry possesses a broad range of experience in both tenant and landlord representation for office and medical transactions. He is recognized in the industry for his market knowledge, ability to manage and uncover the complexities of transactions, and for providing excellent service while adding maximum value to his clients.
Gabuzzi joins Kidder Mathews after an 8-year stint as Director, Brokerage Services, at The Plaza Companies. His experience also includes Senior Associate at Transwestern for 5 years.
A Phoenix native, Gabuzzi is a board member with the CCIM Central Arizona Chapter. He is also a member of NAIOP Arizona and the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
“I’m thrilled to be part of such a fantastic group at Kidder Mathews. I believe this move unquestionably allows us to create the most dynamic, knowledgeable, and skilled healthcare real estate team in the Valley,” Gabuzzi said. “This merge gives us the ability to provide the highest level of quality services for our clients moving forward.”
Gabuzzi earned a BS in marketing with a minor in psychology from Arizona State University. Gabuzzi and his wife Christine are the parents of five boys ages 22, 18, 16, 4, and 2. He is involved in coaching football, basketball, and baseball teams over the years. Away from the office he enjoys working out and spending time with his family.
Gabuzzi has volunteered countless hours working with the youth and the community through various organizations including Andre House of Arizona, The Salvation Army, National Youth Sports, and numerous others.