NEW YORK CITY—Avison Young has hired 11professionals to join its expanding platform in the tri-stateregion, GlobeSt.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY.

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“As we continue our expansion in New York City and the tri-stateregion, we remain committed to providing best-in-class services toour growing client base,” says Arthur Mirante,Avison Young principal and tri-state president. “The addition ofthese professionals will increase our capabilities throughout abroad range of platforms, including investment sales, capitalmarkets, retail services, valuation and tenant and landlordrepresentation.”

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The new hires include John Farrell andWilliam Picoli, who both join the valuation andadvisory group as SVPs. Both analysts previously were with NewmarkGrubb Knight Frank, where Farrell was managing director and Picoliwas senior managing director. At Avison, Farrell will beresponsible for business development, providing valuation andconsulting services to clients, and mentoring the firm's juniorstaff. Picoli will provide consulting and valuation services,litigation support, market analysis, highest and best use and landdevelopment analysis for a broad spectrum of property types andclients nationwide, with a focus on the New York Metropolitanarea.

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Brendan Teeley joins the capital markets groupas senior associate, responsible for raising equity and debt for awide range of real estate transactions and trading performing andnon-performing whole loans, with a focus on funds, major banks andlarge community banks. It was unclear at press time where Teeleypreviously worked.

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Christa Goulakos joins the retail servicesgroup as an associate, specializing in retail landlord and tenantrepresentation. She will report to Jedd Nero,principal of the firm and the executive managing director of NewYork City retail, who leads the firm's retail services platform.Goulakos previously was in retail sales at Winick RealtyGroup.

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Erik Edeen joins the investment sales group asa senior financial analyst, Formerly an analyst atCBRE, he will be responsible for financialanalysis, and identifying and underwriting the sale ofinstitutional-grade and income producing real estate. Also joiningthe investment sales group as a financial analyst isRochelle Estoque, who will be responsible forfinancial analysis, and underwriting investment sales transactionsfor all property types. She previously was with Avison's capitalmarkets group.

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The firm rounded out the hiring with two appointments to itsmarketing department and it brought on an executive assistant aswell as two administrative assistants.

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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.