PHILADELPHIA—William G. Luff Jr., a formersenior executive with Cushman & Wakefield and Trammel Crow, hasjoined Colliers International's office here as asenior managing director.

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Luff, who has more than 30 years commercial real estateexperience, spent 18 years with Cushman & Wakefield where hewas the senior executive in charge of the Mid-Atlantic region. Morerecently, he oversaw Trammel Crow's growth in Philadelphia. He alsowas executive vice president/managing director at Jones LangLaSalle and was also an executive at Stockton Real EstatePartners.

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During his career, he successfully managed the exclusiverepresentation of more than 14 million-square feet for clients inthe REIT, institutional, entrepreneurial, financial and servicersectors. He also facilitated more than 3 million-square-feet intenant advisory services for clients in the financial, legal andeducational sectors.

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While at Cushman Wakefield, Luff was recognized as the TopPhiladelphia Office Broker, the Northeastern Region Broker of theYear and a Top 20 Broker in the Nation.

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“The appointment of Bill Luff to our team reflects Colliers'continued commitment to the office brokerage sector. Bill'sextensive market knowledge, relationships and capability willassist us in achieving our growth and recruiting objectives in theCBD and beyond,” says Doug Sayer, CEO of ColliersInternational in Philadelphia.

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“We are very fortunate to add someone with Bill's experience toour Center City office group” says JosephFetterman, EVP of strategic initiatives of ColliersInternational in Philadelphia. “His proven ability to service largebuilding owners, tenants and institutional clients will play avital role in our continued expansion in the Philadelphia CBD.”

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