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Cushman & Wakefield names Greg Schementi as president, Americas tenant rep

Cushman & Wakefield names Greg Schementi as president, Americas tenant,ph01
Greg Schementi
Cushman and Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield announced that veteran commercial real estate industry leader Greg Schementi has been appointed to the newly created position of president, Americas tenant representation.

“The real estate challenges facing organizations of all shapes and sizes—across office, industrial, retail and other specialty property types—have never been more varied or more complex,” said Shawn P. Mobley, CEO, Americas, Cushman & Wakefield. “Greg is the right leader to ensure that we bring the very best of Cushman & Wakefield—and our full platform of tools, insights and expertise—to every client engagement, large or small.”

Cushman & Wakefield’s tenant representation experts help tenants identify and align business, financial and operational objectives with real estate through an in-depth knowledge of employee experiences and global markets as well as specialized expertise across countless industries. These include technology, healthcare, financial services, non-profits, professional services, legal, life sciences, retail and industrial/logistics, among many others.

“Now more than ever, our clients demand creative, highly customized solutions to their real estate needs—whether they’re a three-person startup or part of the Fortune 100,” Schementi said. “I’m honored to stand alongside our talented team of brokerage professionals to ensure each of our clients can benefit from every aspect of our industry-leading platform.”

Schementi has held a variety of leadership roles during his 15-year career with Cushman & Wakefield. For the last several years, he led the firm’s portfolio solutions practice, working with large clients with complex real estate needs across multiple markets. Prior to that, he led the brokerage platform and business development for two of Cushman & Wakefield’s predecessor firms. Schementi began his career as a supply chain consultant. He is a graduate of Villanova University and USC’s Marshall School of Business and now resides in the Chicago area.