Pinkard Stepping Down as CEO of Firm He Founded

The chief executive of Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers, one of Washington's largest commercial real estate firms, is stepping aside after 23 years at the helm. Robert Pinkard, who co-founded the company in 1981, will leave his spot in January to become chairman. Joseph Stettinius, now the managing director of investor services, will take over as chief executive in January.

The company provides brokerage services of commercial property, including the selling, leasing and financing of offices in the District, Northern Virginia and Maryland. In 2006, the company completed $3.2 billion in commercial sales, finance and leasing transactions and manages more than 14.5 million square feet of commercial and retail space.

Cassidy & Pinkard is a member firm of Colliers International Property Consultants, an affiliation of independent companies with more than 265 offices worldwide.
-- Alejandro Lazo

By Mike Shepard  |  November 28, 2007; 6:08 PM ET  | Category:  Real Estate
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