Will Strong

Vice Chairman • United States

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Will Strong

Vice Chairman • United States

Will Strong, a top producing and accomplished real estate professional, specializes in representing some of the largest and most sought after owners, developers, and users who wish to dispose, acquire, develop, and finance real estate locally and around the globe. Will has been involved in the sale, financing, and leasing of over 40 million square feet valued in excess of $2.5 billion and has completed some of the highest profile and complicated deals in the region. Known for innovative thinking and possessing unique and proven negotiating skills, Will helps clients to achieve the maximum and best value for their real estate assets. He was named the youngest Executive Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield and leads his region for the National Industrial Advisory Group (IAG). 

  • B.S., Finance, W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University
  • B.S., Accounting, W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University
  • Arizona Department of Real Estate – Sales License
Community Leadership
  • Arizona Quest for Kids, Mentor
  • Executive Council Charities (EC70), Member
  • Shirley G. Schmitz Foundation, Scholar Advocate
  • Sigma Nu Fraternity Housing Corporation, Member

Investment Sales over $10,000,000
  • Cabot Industrial Portfolio, Portfolio Sale, $60,000,000 
  • Freescale Semiconductor/Discovery Business Campus Campus,  Sale, $53,000,000 
  • Home Depot Rapid Deployment Center – Tolleson, AZ Building,  Sale, $48,000,000 
  • The Lotus Project Equity Raise, Equity Raise, $40,000,000 
  • Buckeye 75 Distribution Park Business Park, Sale, $35,075,000 
  • 10 West Logistics Center Building, Sale, $35,000,000 
  • Granite Commerce Center Business Park, Sale, $30,750,000 
  • 10 Chandler Business Park Business Park, Sale, $30,075,000 
  • Cotton Center Business Park, Sale, $29,925,000 
  • Cordia Portfolio Sale Business Park, Sale, $29,300,000 
  • Phoenix Technology Portfolio Business Park, Sale, $29,000,000 
  • AZ|60 Industrial 1343 N Colorado St Buildings 1 & 2 Business Park, Sale, $27,387,728 
  • 2300 South 51st Avenue Building, Sale, $27,250,000 
  • West 80 Industrial - 8001 W Buckeye Rd Building, Sale, $26,675,000 
  • Tempe Warehouse Portfolio Business Park, Sale, $26,449,349 
  • Mission Business Park Building, Sale, $18,000,000 
  • 2299 West Obispo Avenue (GoDaddy) Building, Sale, $17,850,000 
  • Cotton Corporate Center Business Park, Sale, $17,850,000 
  • 101 Distribution Center (ConAir Glen Harbor) Building, Sale, $17,400,000 
  • 455 South 75th Avenue Building, Sale, $16,325,000 
  • Price Road Corridor (Iridium) - 1800 South Price Rd Building, Sale, $16,100,000 
  • 7822 S. 46th St. (BAE Systems) Building, Sale, $16,000,000 
  • Ryan West Business Park Building, Sale, $14,591,460 
  • 5 South 84th Avenue Building, Sale, $13,400,000 
  • Riverside Distribution Center (Prologis/Exeter) Building, Sale, $13,200,000 
  • 67 Buckeye Building, Sale, $12,000,000 
  • Tempe Commerce Center – 9 Properties Business Park, Sale, $11,800,000 
  • 550 E. Elliot Rd. (Amazon Last Mile) Building, Sale, $10,750,000 
  • AZ 202 Commerce Park - 313 E Willis Road Building, Sale, $10,600,000 
  • Rockefeller Group Distribution Building, Sale, $10,125,000 
  • Palo Verde Industrial - 6161 S Palo Verde Rd Building, Sale, $10,025,000 

  • Cohen Asset Management
  • Prologis
  • Link Industrial
  • Bixby Land Company
  • TA Realty
  • STAG
  • Meritex
  • Metro Commercial
  • GLP
  • Conor Commercial
  • Globe Corporation
  • Wentworth Property Company
  • Westcore Properties
  • Trammell Crow
  • Crow Holdings
  • Dunbar
  • ViaWest
  • Opus
  • Merit Partners
  • Eisenberg Company
  • Colony Industrial
  • EverWest
  • CapRock
  • Abington Emerson

  • C&W Top Industrial Producer, 2014 – 2019
  • Cushman & Wakefield Top Industrial Capital Markets Producer, 2015 – 2019
  • C&W Top 20 Industrial Producer Nationally, 2018
  • NAIOP Arizona Industrial Broker of the Year, 2014, 2017 & 2018
  • AZRE Industrial Leasing Broker of the Year, 2014
  • Real Estate Forum Leaders of Tomorrow Award
  • Cassidy Turley National Leadership Conference Rising Star Award, 2013
  • Cushman & Wakefield Dee Hover Memorial Work Ethic Award
  • Cushman & Wakefield Rookie of the Year, 2010
  • NAIOP Arizona Rookie of the Year, 2010
  • AZRE Rookie of the Year, 2010

  • Cushman & Wakefield National Industrial Advisory Group (IAG) – Member 
  • Urban Land Institute (ULI) Product Council (IOPC Red Flight) – Vice Chair 
  • Cushman & Wakefield Global Supply Chain Solutions Group – Member
  • Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) – Member
  • Master in Commercial Properties (MICP) – Mike Lipsey School of Real Estate
  • NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties)
  • NAIOP, Developing Leaders Young Professionals Program, 2020

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