IBM’s credit union taps CBRE to lease portfolio

TRD MIAMI /
Feb.February 01, 2013 04:00 PM

IBM Southeast Employee’s Federal Credit Union has named CBRE its exclusive agency provider for their 16-property real estate portfolio, the firm announced. The portfolio is composed of owned and leased office and branch facilities in Florida and Georgia. The CBRE team providing tenant advisory services to IBM is being led by vice president Rick Miller and senior associate Tyler Harrison.

“Our recent partnership with Rick Miller and Tyler Harrison of CBRE has already produced great results. Their service level and market knowledge allowed us to recognize significant savings on our most recent project. We look forward to our continued relationship with them,” Matthew Baker, purchasing and facilities manager for IBM, said.

Miller and Harrison both specialize in office brokerage services in the South Florida region and Miller has been marketing corporate real estate in South Florida since 1987. —Christopher Cameron


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