Kansas City, MO (May 30, 2023) — As Newmark Zimmer celebrates its 75th anniversary, the Kansas City-based commercial real estate firm is pleased to announce the promotion of four new principals. The new principals include Scott Bluhm and John Hoefer in the sales and leasing division, Andy Doyle with global corporate services and Kevin Maughan in the property and facilities management division.
“Our forward-thinking culture creates and promotes leadership to grow upon the successful legacy that has been built,” said Mark Long, Newmark Zimmer President and Chief Executive Officer. “Our people are some of the best in the industry, and it is a pleasure to see our team members grow as leaders in the firm.”
Bluhm joined Newmark Zimmer in 2012 and serves as a Managing Director with the Industrial and Logistics Heartland Region team. A member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors, his primary responsibilities include the sale and leasing of industrial properties, as well as national tenant representation of all property types throughout the United States.
Hoefer joined Newmark Zimmer in 2015 and serves as a Senior Managing Director. His primary responsibilities include the sale and leasing of office properties as well as tenant representation in transactions of every property type throughout the metro area. Hoefer has a specific focus and expertise in the Crossroads and Downtown submarkets.
Doyle joined Newmark Zimmer in 2015 and serves as a Senior Managing Director of Global Corporate Services. Doyle guides Newmark Zimmer’s team in meeting clients’ unique commercial real estate needs and developing strategic plans, which allows clients to focus more on their core businesses. Throughout his 14-year career, Doyle has completed more than 650 transactions totaling more than $150 million.
Maughan joined Newmark Zimmer in 2019 and serves as the Associate Director of Property and Facilities Management, with his focus on owner-occupied office and industrial assets. With more than a decade of experience in operations and management, Maughan excels at team leadership, consensus building and emergency preparedness.
The four new principals have a combined total of 46 years of commercial real estate experience across a broad range of real estate services. Bluhm, Hoefer, Doyle and Maughan join a team of the 12 existing principals to ensure the firm provides the highest level of service to clients and to keep the firm at the forefront of the commercial real estate industry.
About Newmark Zimmer
Newmark Zimmer is a full-service commercial real estate company providing a range of services including sales and leasing, investment sales, property and facilities management, global corporate services, and owner’s representative services for public and private development projects. Its staff boasts an array of experience in design, construction, valuation, finance and legal matters.
Regularly recognized as one of the top brokerage firms in the region, Newmark Zimmer manages nearly 20 million square feet of office, medical, industrial and retail property, and serves as corporate real estate advisor for an assortment of local, regional, national and international companies.
Newmark Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: NMRK), together with its subsidiaries (“Newmark”), is a world leader in commercial real estate, seamlessly powering every phase of the property life cycle. Newmark’s comprehensive suite of services and products is uniquely tailored to each client, from owners to occupiers, investors to founders, and startups to blue-chip companies. Combining the platform’s global reach with market intelligence in both established and emerging property markets, Newmark provides superior service to clients across the industry spectrum. For the year ending December 31, 2022, Newmark generated revenues of approximately $2.7 billion. As of March 31, 2023, Newmark’s company-owned offices, together with its business partners, operate from over 170 offices with approximately 7,300 professionals around the world.
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