The Boca Raton Chamber picked up our Press Release about new hires.
Thanks to Katherine Kallergis of The Real Deal Miami who shared news about our recent additions in her Movers & Shakers column.
“NAI/Merin Hunter Codman brought on a slew of new brokers and accounting professionals. Alexandra Bazo joined as a commercial associate, Jeffrey Cebula as a senior associate, Jaime Chamberlin as a marketing analyst, Maxwell Pawk as a commercial associate, April Pearson as controller, Daria Salha as a property accountant and Christopher Smith as a commercial associate.”
NAI/Merin Hunter Codman expands commercial real estate brokerage and accounting divisions.
West Palm Beach, Fla. – Following its recent move into a dynamic new 10,000-square foot headquarters at Centurion Tower in West Palm Beach, Florida, NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, one of South Florida’s leading commercial real estate firms, has announced the hiring of several new professionals, growing its brokerage and accounting divisions.
Jordan Paul, Chief Executive Officer of NAI Merin Hunter Codman said, “We are thrilled to have attracted a broad and highly accomplished group of new team members. Our recent hires include both seasoned professionals and talented millennials who together bring great expertise and energy to our firm allowing us to continue to provide first-class service to our institutional and private equity clients.”
NAI/Merin Hunter Codman’s hires include five new commercial real estate brokers and two accomplished and experienced accounting professionals. NAI/Merin Hunter Codman currently represents over 5,000,000 square feet of assets throughout Florida in a property management, leasing or sales capacity.
Our CEO and Board Member of the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County, Jordan Paul, along with MHC REAL Leaders, spent the morning of Friday, July 27th volunteering at the Education Foundation’s Red Apple Supplies Store. Volunteers helped organize the warehouse and prepare school supplies for local teachers for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.
We often hear stories of teachers coming out of pocket to purchase essential school supplies. To address this issue, the Education Foundation launched Red Apple Supplies in 2016. Red Apple Supplies is a store which arms teachers of Title I Palm Beach County Schools with free resources for their students and classrooms. They now support 32 schools where 95-100% of the students come from low-income families who find it difficult to afford essential school supplies. Since it’s inception, Red Apple Supplies has given away over $460,750 in free supplies.
As a leading commercial real estate firm, we know office space. Check out our new, invigorating and inspiring West Palm Beach office. The primary designer was our very own company Chairman, Neil. E. Merin – who infused today’s modern style with rustic charm. With this renovation we’ve not only changed the environment in which we work, but we’ve also changed how we do business.
Every square inch invites collaboration, creativity (white board walls) and fun (pool table and putting green); while the telephone booths, relaxation, club, and conference rooms offer privacy. Aside from the views, the central focal point, an area perfect for hosting firm and charitable events, is the café, complete with a 24’ red bar, 60‐specialty beverage touch coffee machine and industrial refrigerators.
This shift towards a more collaborative and flexible work space is taking over and with good reason. An innovative office design can inspire employees to do their best work. To keep employees engaged, a work space needs to be designed with that goal in mind.
Enjoy the video below showing our transformation.