Boston, MA According to the local office of Cresa, Mark Mulvey has joined the firm as managing principal. In this role, Mulvey will bring his 20 years of experience on behalf of the firm’s occupier clients in the city, North America, and around the world. Mulvey will work alongside other managing principals Dan Sullivan, Adam Subber, Jack Burns, Tim Myllykangas, and the rest of the city office.
“Mark is the 100% hire—a tremendous advisor in his own right, great team player and widely respected by tenants and the market alike,” said Subber. “Our entire team, both here in Boston and across our organization, could not be more excited about Mark coming aboard.”
“For me, this is an opportunity that fits perfectly with the approach that I have taken over the course of my career. Working with organizations on their workplace needs both in Greater Boston and worldwide, I am excited by the Cresa platform to help me continue to bring a high level of service and advice to clients,” said Mulvey.
“I knew that if I were to make a move like this, it had to make sense strategically for my clients and culturally for me--I could not have hoped for a better fit!”
“We have known and respected Mark for the past 20 years. When you have insight into how someone in our business conducts themselves year in and year out—commanding the utmost respect with clients and the marketplace—it opens the door for us to make things happen quickly,” added Dan Sullivan, managing principal at Cresa. “Our firm is ecstatic.”
Prior to joining Cresa, Mark was an executive managing director at Cushman & Wakefield representing corporate clients on a national and international basis with a focus locally on Greater Boston suburban office and R&D markets. Prior to that, Mark was an executive managing director at DTZ, and a partner at Cassidy Turley and FHO Partners.