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With a corporate client list ranging from Toyota to Mobil to GES, Wendy Schwingel calls on 25 years’ experience in project management, and in particular on functioning as an owner’s representative. Schwingel and her Phoenix-based firm, Propel Real Estate Resources, handle duties ranging from title review to construction supervision to long-term strategic planning. She has negotiated approximately $350 million in transactions during her career, most recently acting in-house for Toyota Motor North America—a frequent repeat client on a variety of assignments—on its 10-year, $44-million lease of 30,511 square feet of headquarters space at Boston Properties’ 601 Lexington Ave. in New York City. While in New York recently, Schwingel sat down with GlobeSt.com to talk about how the function of an owner’s rep is construed and what the reporting channels are. As she makes clear, it’s all very client-dependent.

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