Dick Rudolph, formerly vice president of leasing for the EtkinJohnson Group, one of the most aggressive locally-based investorand developer of commercial real estate, is the new senior vicepresident of Colorado operations for Means-Knaus. Rudolph directedand marketing and leasing for more than 4.5 million sf ofcommercial real estate for Etkin Johnson.

In addition, Wendy C. Williams, a 20-year veteran in theindustry, is now serving as the vice president of property servicesfor Means-Knaus. She is responsible for managing the day-to-dayoperations of the 537,000-sf Park Central, which recently waspurchased by Beacon Capital Strategic Partners L.P. for $81.6million.

Prior to joining Mean-Knaus, Williams managed several prominentDenver buildings, including Qwest Tower and Tabor Center. She willbe in charge of leasing, the budget, contract administration,tenant relations, construction management and other supervisoryduties at Park Central.

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