BOSTON—Avison Young's office here reports ithas added two commercial brokers from NAI Hunneman—DanCollins and Greg Tanner.

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Collins, a nine-year veteran of the commercial real estatemarket in Boston, has joined the firm as a senior vice president.Tanner, who has been in the commercial real estate field for eightyears, is now a senior associate with the firm. Both will continueto focus on their specialties of landlord and tenant representationin the downtown Boston office market. In addition,Christina Lambertson, also formerly of NAIHunneman, has joined the growing Avison Young operation in Bostonas administrative coordinator.

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Rick Kimball, principal and managing directorof Avison Young's Boston office, says, “We are pleased to welcomeDan, Greg and Christina to Avison Young. Their experience andindustry knowledge, especially of the downtown market, will beinvaluable to our downtown team. The relationships that Dan andGreg have developed with clients and other industry contacts overthe years will be of great benefit to Avison Young as we continueto expand our footprint in Boston and the rest of New England.”

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Since 2011, the Avison Young Boston office has grown itsbrokerage, property management and project management divisionsfrom five employees to its current workforce of 61.

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Prior to joining Avison Young, Collins served as a vicepresident at NAI Hunneman. A Raynham, MA native, Prior to hiscareer in real estate, he played football with the Dallas Cowboysand Rhein Fire, Dusseldorf, Germany's NFL Europe team.

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Tanner's past experience includes serving as a member of NAIHunneman's downtown team. He also previously worked at TrammellCrow, where he represented a variety of clients throughout GreaterBoston.

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Lambertson previously served as a marketing assistant at NAIHunneman where she provided administrative support, graphic designand production coordination for a team of Boston and Cambridgeoffice brokers.

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John Jordan

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