CBRE appoints Beth Moore as Americas agile real estate practice leader

CBRE has appointed Beth Moore as Americas agile real estate practice leader. Based in Chicago, Moore will focus on delivering comprehensive agile real estate solutions for occupiers and investors, including optimizing client accounts with agile strategies and leading the development of tools and resources that help CBRE professionals and clients understand real estate agility.

An increased pace of business change today, fueled by technology and economic and cultural trends, is driving companies to explore agile approaches to real estate for individual workspaces, assets and portfolios.

“Owners, occupiers and service providers are looking toward new models, grounded in the concept of agility, to deliver highly effective and flexible workplaces, optimized portfolios and differentiated assets that yield demonstrably more value for the organizations and people they serve,” said Brandon Forde, executive managing director, CBRE. “Beth will play an integral role in CBRE’s delivery of technology, research and strategies that help our clients understand and adopt agile best practices.”

Since joining CBRE in 2010, Moore has harnessed deep expertise in developing integrated account solutions for major corporate occupiers and served as both a real estate consultant and workplace advisor. Most recently, she was the national occupier business development lead for the Western U.S. Earlier, she led the development of CBRE’s Workplace360 program—an initiative that has transformed the way CBRE employees work and how the organization designs and allocates space.

“Agility impacts every facet of real estate,” said Moore. “For occupiers, this means delivering high-performance workplaces and optimized portfolios that can scale to meet the changing needs of individuals and the organization. For investors, agile real estate means offering varying lease models and experience-driven amenities, services and programming that best position assets for current and prospective tenants.”