Benjamin Comm

SMD, Asset Services • United States

CPM

Ben Comm Washington DC Property Management

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2101 L Street, N.W.
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Washington, DC 20037
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Benjamin Comm

SMD, Asset Services • United States

CPM


Ben Comm joined Cushman & Wakefield in January 2009. He is responsible for ensuring that the firm’s best practices are implemented and overseeing consistent delivery of property management services. Ben also manages the profit and loss for the firm’s 50 million-square-foot Mid-Atlantic portfolio, which includes office, industrial, and retail properties. He brings more than 33 years of experience in real estate management. Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Ben worked with Jones Lang LaSalle for 19 years, most recently as the Regional Manager, where he oversaw 18 million square feet in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD metro areas.

  • Real Estate Sales License, Commonwealth of Virginia
  • Certified Property Manager (CPM®)
  • Apartment and Office Building Association (BOMA)
  • Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM)
  • Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)
  • Urban Land Institute (ULI)
  • International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
  • Real Estate Roundtable Homeland Security Task Force
  • Secret clearance through Department of Homeland Security
  • FBI Citizens Academy Graduate, 2005
  • International Facilities Management Association (IFMA)

Bachelor of Science, Western Carolina University

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