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West Palm Beach, Fla. – NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, Inc., Palm Beach County’s leading commercial real estate services firm, is proud to announce that Chairman, Neil E. Merin, SIOR, CCIM will be honored as 2016 Chairman of the Year by the South Florida Business & Wealth (SFBW) magazine. The annual SFBW Apogee Award program recognizes distinguished South Florida business leaders who hold C-Suite positions. The awards are based on nominations by the public and are selected by SFBW. The third annual, 2016 Apogee Awards will honor three executives in each leadership role — Chairman, CEO, President, COO, CIO, CFO, CMO and Senior Human Resource Executive representing Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
“The South Florida Business Wealth now joins the South Florida Business Journal, CoStar and Easter Seals in recognition of Neil’s dedication to his craft and community. As the CEO of NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, and as Neil’s personal friend, it is my distinct pleasure to congratulate Neil on well-deserved recognition,” Jordan Paul, CEO of NAI/Merin Hunter Codman.
SFBW will recognize 2016 Apogee Award honorees in the December 2016 issue of the South Florida Business Wealth and during the October 27 ceremony being held at NSU Art Museum in Ft. Lauderdale.
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Join us in congratulating the 2016 Power Leaders in Real Estate! 100 South Florida Real Estate Executives were chosen by the South Florida Business Journal because of their efforts to transform the region’s landscape and skyline. Our very own Neil Merin, SIOR, CCIM, has again been recognized by the prestigious South Florida Business Journal. Jeremy Larkin, Co-Chairman of NAI Miami, also made the list.
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Heavy Hitters in Commercial Real Estate: Brokers
Commercial real estate stars shine amid rebound
By: Staff South Florida Business Journal
As a section, Heavy Hitters in Commercial Real Estate is fun because each person’s story is a piece of the overall real estate picture from 2012.
For South Florida, that picture is improving, with retail, hospitality, industrial and residential rebounding. Even office, one of the market’s hardest-hit sectors, is on the mend, with new space under construction for the first time in several years. Reporter Oscar Pedro Musibay threw out a wide net to get feedback from many sources, highlighting those who continually do great work alongside those up-and-comers who landed important work that fed the market, helping to spur its recovery.
We chose a diverse group that are getting South Florida’s real estate engine humming again, and proudly present these 100 individuals as this year’s heavy hitters.
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