MichiganCRE Cushman & Wakefield adds seven appraisers to Detroit office April 11, 2019 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email Cushman & Wakefield has significantly expanded its metro Detroit office for the second time this year with the addition of seven appraisers to the valuation and advisory team. The new hires, each experts in commercial real estate valuation and consulting services, join Cushman & Wakefield from the Michigan office of Terzo & Bologna. The addition brings a combination of industry-specific knowledge and global reach to the metro Detroit valuation and advisory team, previously composed of three members. “The recent expansions of the metro Detroit office indicate our commitment to growing and deepening our services in the region,” said Garrett Keais, Cushman & Wakefield Detroit Managing Principal, in a statement. “We look forward to working with our new colleagues and servicing our clients with our extensive knowledge of the Southeastern Michigan commercial real estate market.” Susan Shipman and Andrew Exline both join the team as Senior Directors with nearly 45 years of collective valuation experience between them. Andrea Kujala and Joseph Calvaneso join as Directors, each with strong backgrounds in market research and multi-family valuations. John Hackmann and Ricardo Stewart join as Associate Directors with more than 25 years of collective valuation experience. John Danielson joins as Associate, and is an experienced analyst and appraiser with a background in commercial real estate and finance. The expansion of the valuation and advisory team follows the addition of Steve Kozak as Director earlier this year. Specializing in servicing industrial clients, Kozak brings more than 15 years of experience and an in-depth knowledge of the Southeastern Michigan industrial real estate market. The Cushman & Wakefield metro Detroit office, now 26 members strong, is based in the American Center building in Southfield.