NEW YORK CITY—In an effort to expand its tri-state marketpresence, Avison Young has opened a Fairfield/Westchesteroffice.

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The newest American office represents Avison Young's firstoffice in Connecticut, fourth office in the Tri-State area, 41stoffice in the U.S. and its 43rd office outside of Canada. Over thepast five years, Avison Young has grown from 11 to 58 offices in 47markets, and from 300 to more than 1,500 real estate professionalsacross Canada, the US and in Europe.

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Seasoned industry professional Sean Cahill is a principal and managing director of the firm's newFairfield/Westchester office, working closely with Avison Youngtri-state president Arthur Mirante to establishthe firm's presence in southern Connecticut and suburban New York.Cahill was most recently a SVP at CBRE in Stamford, CT.

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Says Earl Webb, Avison Young's president, USoperations, “The local market knowledge and depth of clientexperiences and relationships that Sean brings to Avison Young willsignificantly expand the reach of our tri-state platform, providingus with the opportunity to service the needs of our clients whohave, or are considering, a presence in the Fairfield orWestchester county markets.

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Additionally, Sean's credibility as a proven leader positions usstrongly in recruiting top talent and developing new businessopportunities to build our local platform the right way.”

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“The expansion of our tri-state operations allows us tocreate regional synergies in servicing the needs of our corporateand institutional clients,” notes Mirante. “The economies ofFairfield and Westchester counties and New York City are closelyintertwined, enabling us to tap into the relationships and reach ofour team to collaborate in identifying new opportunities forgrowth. Sean's track record as one of the region's mostaccomplished professionals will provide us with the network andinsight needed to enter the Connecticut and suburban New Yorkmarkets quickly, and immediately begin building our book ofbusiness.”

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“I am very excited to utilize my more than 25 years ofexperience in the Fairfield and Westchester county real estatemarkets to take this next step in my career and play an integralrole in building Avison Young's regional presence here,” saysCahill. “The firm's collaborative culture and principal-ledstructure provide the foundation for superior client service, andthe firm's rapid expansion to date demonstrates the strong demandthat exists for Avison Young's solutions-based approach.”

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Rayna Katz

Rayna Katz is a seasoned business journalist whose extensive experience includes coverage of the lodging sector, travel and the culinary space. She was most recently content director for a business-to-business publisher, overseeing four publications. While at Meeting News, a travel trade publication, she received a Best Reporting award for a story on meeting cancellations in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.