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TUSTIN, CA-The Coreland Cos. has added two new industry veterans and promoted two others in its brokerage division as part of its growth in the retail and office market sectors. The new hires are office brokerage director David Girty and retail brokerage senior associate Benjamin Terry.

Girty is a veteran of more than 20 years in the Orange County commercial real estate industry and most recently was a senior vice president with Grubb & Ellis Co. Before that, he held posts with Transwestern Commercial Services, PM Realty Group and Cushman & Wakefield.

Terry was formerly the leasing director of Red Mountain Retail Group. Before Red Mountain, he was a senior associate at Marketing Brokers Commercial Real Estate, where he was responsible for the sale and leasing of retail commercial real estate.

The two who were promoted were Matthew Hammond and Bryan Bauer. Hammond is a retail specialist and 11-year veteran at Coreland who was promoted to the role of retail brokerage director; Bauer, in his sixth year with Coreland’s retail brokerage team, was promoted to senior associate.

Chris Hite, president and co-founder of the Coreland Cos., says that the company is expanding its capabilities to serve existing clients as well as opportunities to work with both private and institutional property owners. He says that Girty and Hammond, as directors, will oversee the brokerage teams in the marketing and leasing of Coreland’s growing office and retail portfolios, while identifying new third-party assignments in Southern California.

Terry and Bauer will play key roles in servicing the department’s Southern California retail portfolio and will enhance the firm’s capacity to market the portfolio and identify new tenants for Coreland’s clients’ projects, according to Steven Hogberg, senior vice president of Coreland’s brokerage division. Hogberg notes that Coreland’s portfolio “continues to expand with new opportunities from institutional owners, distressed assets and our receivership work.” adds Hogberg.

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