Executive Updates

Lee & Associates Announces the Promotion of Andrew Fenton to Associate

Fenton Recently Completed His First Transaction of 9,456 Square Feet in the Scottsdale Airpark and Plans to Specialize in Landlord and Tenant Representation in Office Sales and Leasings

Lee & Associates, which specializes in providing exceptional commercial brokerage services of industrial, office, investment, multifamily, retail, and land is pleased to announce the promotion of Andrew Fenton to associate.

Fenton recently completed his first transaction consisting of 9,456 square feet on a five-year deal in the Scottsdale Airpark. Fenton represented the landlord in a complex transaction and the tenant was represented by the Coppola Cheney team.

“Andrew’s work ethic in the commercial real estate business has served him well as he has moved up this role,” said Bill Blake, Founding Partner at Lee & Associates. “We look forward to having him as a strong contributor to the Lee & Associates team for years to come.”

Fenton graduated from The University of Arizona in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis on Marketing. Fenton was born and raised in North Scottsdale, Arizona, and currently resides in South Scottsdale.

Fenton joined Lee & Associates in April of 2019 as a runner under the leadership of Bill Blake and Colton Trauter, both principals in Lee and Associates’ Office Division. Fenton plans to specialize in landlord and tenant representation regarding office leasings and sales.

“Working with the Blake Trauter team has been a tremendous opportunity to jumpstart my real estate career,” said Fenton. “I have been exposed to a high volume of transactions on both the landlord and tenant representation side and look forward to joining the team as an associate.”

To learn more about the Blake | Trauter Team or receive industry leading knowledge on office properties within Metro Phoenix please call 602-954-3773 or visit: http://pdf.leeazmail.com/pdfs/BlakeTrauter_Team_Services.pdf

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