ONTARIO, CA-Grubb & Ellis Co. hired SandieSmith and Angie Nett as senior vice president and senior associateof the retail group. The team, which specializes in leasing andsales, joins from CB Richard Ellis Inc.

As a team, Smith and Nett have been involved in transactionsvalued at approximately $750 million, including more than 1.3million square feet in retail leasing and 738,000 square feet inretail sales over the past 10 years. The team’s past andpresent clients include Chevron, AT&T Mobility, Baja Fresh,Chipotle, McDonald’s, Panera Bread, Wendy’s, Lewis Retail, CahanProperties, The Ayres Group, Wal-Mart, Rite Aid, Wells Fargo,Allstate and Starbuck’s.

“Sandie and Angie, both native to the region, have athorough understanding of the Inland Empire’s retail real estatemarket,” says Dave Burback, executive vice president, managingdirector of the Inland Empire office, in a preparedstatement. “They join Grubb & Ellis with a successfulbrokerage track record that spreads throughout the San Bernardinoand Riverside counties.”

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