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Weatherall Green & Smith expands.

Weatherall Green & Smith expands

Weatherall Green & Smith, one of the world's largest international real estate brokerage and consulting concerns, continues to expand throughout Europe by opening new offices in Amsterdam, Berlin, and Madrid, as well as in Essen, Germany, and Manchester, England.

Weatherall now has a total of 18 offices in Europe, Japan and the United States, with more than 650 partners and staff; additional offices throughout Europe are planned for the next few years.

The company's clientele includes corporations, financial institutions, pension funds, real estate owners, investors and developers, and private individuals.

"Our clients are becoming increasingly international in scope -- both in terms of their own needs for office, industrial, retail and hospitality space, and for their investment portfolios and development activities," notes Marcus Rayner, Associate Partner in Weatherall's New York office.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jul 3, 1991
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