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Aquisition adds up for C&W.

Cushman & Wakefield announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with The Ozer Group, a nationally recognized retail asset disposition, acquisition and valuation firm based in Needham, MA.

The alliance is the latest step in the rapidly growing national dominance of Cushman & Wakefield's retail service platform.

"We believe that The Ozer Group is first-class in retail disposition and acquisition," said Bruce Mosler, president, U.S. Operations, for Cushman & Wakefield. "Ozer is a perfect fit with our outstanding retail brokerage transaction and real estate valuation talent across the country. Adding Ozer to our array of services is yet another way in which we seek to serve our clients' varied and changing needs everywhere they are required."

"Cushman & Wakefield has been an invaluable partner helping The Ozer Group provide global solutions for its clients in restructuring transactions," said David Peress, chief operating officer for Ozer Real Estate Services. "We are confident that through our strategic alliance we have created a platform from which clients of both Cushman & Wakefield and The Ozer Group will benefit from our ability to provide a one stop shop for asset disposition and restructuring services."

In the past year, The Ozer Group has helped buy, sell or appraise more than $5 billion in goods and other assets for retailers, including Gap, Levi's Casual Male, Ann Taylor and others.

Ozer Retail Services works with national, regional, big-box and specialty retailers, providing strategic consulting, "hands-on" operational management and administration.
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Title Annotation:Cushman & Wakefield Inc.
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 9, 2004
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