ORLANDO, Fla. --- Broker Associate Katherine Rush at Crossman & Company in Orlando was recently named a Woman to Watch in 2012 by Orlando Business Journal.
John Crossman, president of Crossman & Company, said Rush graduated from the University of Florida and joined Crossman & Company in 2010.
In 2011, Rush negotiated retail property leases and sales that totaled more than 81,000 square feet valued at more than $4 million.
Rush was one of four Crossman & Company associates named a top retail producer during the recent Central Florida Commercial Associates of Realtors (CFCAR) Hallmark Awards.
Rich Crotty, executive vice president of Crossman & Company, said Rush is a young broker with a promising future.
“Katherine Rush is a highly dedicated professional who focuses intently on serving her clients and serving her community and we are all very proud of her,” Crotty said.
Crossman said he wants to compliment Ann Sonntag, publisher of Orlando Business Journal for her efforts to provide positive role models for women in Central Florida.
About Crossman & Company
Headquartered in Orlando, Fla. with offices in Atlanta, Ga., Crossman & Company is a commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in the retail industry. Currently their portfolio under leasing and/or management exceeds 150 shopping centers throughout the Southeast US. Founded in 1990, Crossman & Company focuses solely on landlord representation and serves clients including Publix, PREIT, and GE. Please visit www.crossmanco.com, or call 407-423-5400 for more information.