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Navigating The Impacts of Coronavirus On NYC Office - with Nelson Mills and Paul Amrich


May 19, 2020 03:57 PM

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E. Nelson Mills
President & CEO @Columbia Property Trust
As President and Chief Executive Officer of Columbia Property Trust, Nelson Mills is responsible for the Company’s overall strategy, capital transactions, operations, and the performance of its portfolio of investments. Mr. Mills has also served as a director on the Columbia Board since 2007. He was an independent director for Columbia until being named President and Chief Executive Officer in 2010, when he oversaw the establishment of an internal management team for the Company. Mr. Mills has more than 30 years of experience in the real estate investment and financial services industries. Prior to joining Columbia, he served as the President and COO of Williams Realty Advisors, LLC, managing and advising a series of real estate investment funds. Previously, Mr. Mills served as Chief Financial Officer with Lend Lease Real Estate Investments (US), Inc., one of the world’s largest institutional investment managers specializing in the acquisition and management of commercial real estate.
Paul Amrich
Vice Chairman @CBRE
An undisputed leader in the industry, Paul J. Amrich, Vice Chairman in the New York City Advisory & Transaction Services Group, combines marketing intelligence and an incisive understanding of his clients’ goals to consistently achieve outstanding success in leasing and repositioning properties. Mr. Amrich’s expertise lies in forging and nurturing alliances with the many landlords and financial institutions he serves. He has completed more than 20 million square feet of leasing transactions, and currently represents more than 25 million square feet of Class A office space on behalf of New York’s premier landlords. Mr. Amrich is often tapped by the media, including Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, to offer his unique insight on the commercial real estate market. He regularly lends his expertise to panel discussions, including the CBRE New York office’s quarterly media updates, and profiled in publications like the Commercial Observer and The Real Deal.