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Taylor Bird Named Winner of Connect Media’s 2019 Next Generation Awards

8/27/2019
Taylor was selected as one of the 10 winners from Atlanta from more than 500 nominees nationwide. Congratulations Taylor! We are so proud of your many accomplishments and honored to call you a member of our firm.

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Taylor Bird, Director of Cushman & Wakefield’s Sunbelt Multifamily Advisory Group, has been named a winner for Atlanta for Connect Media’s 2019 Next Generation Awards. Since being named Director, Taylor has been responsible for a 40% growth in revenue. He joined the firm’s multifamily team as an analyst in 2012, and since then has been involved in selling more than 160 apartment communities with a total of over 29,000 units and an aggregate value in excess of $2.3 billion.

“We chose 90 young leaders who are likely to be influential in the commercial real estate industry for a long time — because of their talent, drive and fresh ideas,” according to Connect Media.

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