COLUMBUS—Cassidy Turley has decided to strengthen its presence in central Ohio by adding the industrial team of Rob Myers and John Myers, who join from Ohio Industrial Realty, a firm John Myers founded in 1979.
“We are extremely happy to have these three professionals join our team,” says Tom McGarity, managing principal of Cassidy Turley in Columbus. “Their combined areas of expertise and history of success will be great additions to what Cassidy Turley brings to Central Ohio’s industrial real estate market.”
John Myers accepted the position of senior vice president of project leasing, while Rob Myers will assume the title of vice president of project leasing. In addition, Robin Mitchell, also from Ohio Industrial Realty, has joined Cassidy Turley as a research analyst.
At Cassidy Turley, John Myers will continue his work in industrial real estate brokerage and development. A resident of suburban Powell, he has more than 30 years of experience in the energy and development fields, was the former national manager of industrial development at Columbus Gas and founded three companies in the natural gas and energy sectors.
Rob Myers will also work within Cassidy Turley’s industrial division. He has experience in commercial real estate and third-party energy procurement. A resident of Grandview, Ohio, Myers graduated from Hope College with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Communication.
Robin Mitchell completes the new team. She has more than 30 years of experience in the retail industry, including more than 20 years with The Limited Stores. A graduate of Western Michigan University, she has experience in sales, profit planning, inventory management, market analysis and overall strategic business leadership. She also lives in Powell.