Cushman & Wakefield has hired industry veteran Brandon Wallace as Senior Director to co-lead the company’s Healthcare Practice Group in Atlanta alongside George Olmstead, Senior Director.
Wallace will bring his proven strategic relationships and healthcare real estate expertise to this growing practice. The newly expanded team will continue to offer real estate services to healthcare systems, providers and investors through a platform bolstered by a combined more than 35 year track-record.
“Brandon’s extensive knowledge of commercial real estate, especially the healthcare sector, makes him incredibly valuable, and we are delighted to have him as a member of our team,” said John O’Neill, Managing Principal of Cushman & Wakefield’s Atlanta office. “Securing top talent like Brandon is instrumental as we continue to grow and strengthen the breadth and depth of our firm’s presence in Atlanta.”
Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Wallace was a First Vice President with CBRE’s Healthcare Services Group, where he oversaw all phases of exclusive property listings for investors and owners of medical facilities, as well as acquisition and disposition strategies and market analysis. He also worked with providers to assist their evaluation and execution of strategic sight selections and portfolio optimization. Previously, Wallace held positions with Meadows & Ohly, Inc. and Wallace Property Group, Inc. and has successfully negotiated and executed more than $300 million in real estate transactions.
“Brandon’s 17-year, healthcare-specific real estate career in Atlanta gives us a competitive advantage in the marketplace,” Olmstead said. “We see a real opportunity to elevate our ability to service the real estate needs of healthcare systems and practices and believe Brandon is exactly the right person to help get us there.”