SAN FRANCISCO-Cassidy Turley has hired Robert Cord III as seniormanaging director of property management. In this role, he will beresponsible for the overall leadership, strategic focus andprofitability of the property management division in NorthernCalifornia.

“Rob will be partnering with our established property managementteam to further enhance service delivery to our clients in thisregion,” says Dean Mueller, president of investor services forCassidy Turley. “In addition, he will work closely with ourleadership, leasing and capital markets teams to ensure seamlessservice delivery to our clients that engage us for multipleservices.”

With more than 20 years of commercial real estate experience,Cord most recently spent four years at Kennedy Wilson, where heoversaw the management of 14 million square feet of commercialproperties. During this time, he repositioned the company’sthird-party management business, doubling its size within NorthernCalifornia, Las Vegas and select markets across the country.

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