PARSIPPANY, NJ—Jeffrey Furey, formerly ofCassidy Turley, has joinedTranswestern's New Jersey office as managingdirector. The 36-year industry veteran will sell and leaseindustrial properties and work with Transwestern'smanagement team to grow and develop the firm's regional industrialpractice.

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“Jeff's background, depth of relationships and track record willbe a tremendous asset to Transwestern as we continue our expansionin the region,” says Transwestern principalJames Postell. “As real estate fundamentals in thesector continue to strengthen, Jeff's leadership will be criticalin our ability to continue to provide the highest level of serviceto our clients.”

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The addition of Furey comes on the heels of therecent hire of Matthew Dolly as director ofresearch, previously reported by GlobeSt.com, as thefirm continues to grow its platform and enhance its commitment toservicing all clients.

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Furey was an associate vice president atCassidy Turley, where he sold and leased officeand industrial properties in Northern and Central New Jersey fordevelopers, private investors, public companies and private firms.Furey's prominent transactions include the sale ofa 545,000-square-foot, multi-story industrial building in JerseyCity and the sale of a 300,000-square-foot industrial building inEast Brunswick.

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“I look forward to joining Transwestern andassisting clients in identifying opportunities as the New Jerseyindustrial market continues to show signs of healthy leasing andimproving vacancies,” says Furey.

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Before his position at Cassidy Turley,Furey was vice president of leasing forDKM Properties Corp., where he developed andimplemented the marketing and leasing program for TinicumIndustrial Park (a former Westinghouseplant), a 2.5 million-square-foot industrial complex in Lester,PA.

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He also served as the vice president of leasing forAmerican Enterprise Park, a 500,000-square-footflex complex in Morris Plains, NJ, owned by BakerProperties.

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Furey has a bachelor's degree in business andeconomics from Lafayette College and has completednumerous courses at the New York University Real EstateInstitute. He previously served as president of theIndustrial & Office Real Estate BrokersAssociation of the New York MetropolitanArea.

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