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Cushman & Wakefield | CRESCO Real Estate Adds Jason Laver as Senior Vice President

CLEVELAND, February 5, 2018 – Dynamic real estate veteran Jason Laver, SIOR has joined Cushman & Wakefield | CRESCO Real Estate as Senior Vice President. Known for his deep experience and knowledge of Independence’s I-77 – 480 corridor, Laver brings twenty years’ experience to the fast-growing office team at CRESCO.

Laver joined Cushman & Wakefield | CRESCO after a 17 year affiliation with Independence-based Dalad Group, a premier developer of office, industrial and historic redevelopment throughout the Cleveland market. Laver led client successes for every kind of real estate transaction, including landlord and tenant representations, land sales and purchases, lease buyouts, built to suits and sale leasebacks. His portfolio of assignments included award winning engagements with national and local users, receiving awards from NAIOP for New Office Building Development, Office Building Redevelopment, Multi Family Redevelopment and Office Lease Transaction of the Year.

“I’ve worked across the table from Jason for years. His tenacity and energy is contagious,” said, Nathan Kelly, the Cushman & Wakefield | CRESCO managing director. “It wasn’t easy, but we were able to get him on our team.”

In addition to Laver’s work on behalf of real estate developers, owners and tenants, Laver leads an economic development consulting practice that represents municipalities. He’s a business retention and expansion expert, assisting communities and businesses in their growth efforts.
Laver said, “I’ve built a practice to serve a diverse group of clients throughout the region. A firm with the global reach and in-house capabilities of Cushman & Wakefield | CRESCO is the natural step to grow that business and serve clients on the next level.”

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