Former Stiles brokers launch commercial firm in Oakland Park

Previous clients include City Furniture, GE Aviation and Delta Apparel

Miami /
Dec.December 07, 2017 10:30 AM

Mike Crissy and Patrick Conness (Credit: CCREA)

Former Stiles brokers Patrick Conness and Mike Crissy are launching Conness Crissy Real Estate Advisors, a new commercial brokerage based in Oakland Park.

The duo, which met at Stiles Realty in 2013, don’t plan on duplicating the business model of bigger firms. They just signed on IBB USA, a jewelry design company, which has its 120,000-square-foot headquarters at Sawgrass International Corporate Park in Sunrise.

Conness Crissy will also offer consultation and advisory services. It will work with IBB USA on the company’s plans to build a 9,000-square-foot facility for its executives, plus space that it plans to sublease.

Connes was with Stiles for seven years. Together, they led the industrial division, working with clients that included City Furniture, GE Aviation and Delta Apparel.

Prior to Stiles, they have worked for brokerages that include Massey Knakal Realty, JLL, Berger Commercial Realty and The Staubach Company.


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