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Commercial realtors name annual award winners

February 18, 2015
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An alliance of commercial realtors has named the top real estate professionals of 2014.

More than 140 commercial real estate professionals attended the Commercial Alliance of Realtors' Annual Awards Reception this week at The Ballroom at CityFlatsHotel in downtown Grand Rapids.

The organization handed out a number of awards at the event.

CAR 2015 Annual Awards Reception winners

Realtor of the Year

Ty Hallock, First Companies

Most Co-op Deals

Mary Anne Wisinski-Rosely, NAI Wisinski of West Michigan

Rookie of the Year

Steve Penfield, X Ventures

Project/Transaction of the Year

5565 Broadmoor

Duke Suwyn and John Kuiper, Colliers International West Michigan

Stan Wisinski, NAI Wisinski of West Michigan

Development of the Year

Arena Place

Ray Kisor, Colliers International West Michigan/RJK-INV

Orion Real Estate Solutions

Affiliate Service Achievement Award

Susan Pastoor, First American Title

Company Staff Person Award

Kari LaPlaunt, Signature Associates

Biggest Lease, Office

Ray Kisor and Scott Morgan, Colliers International West Michigan

Bill Bowing, X Ventures

Biggest Lease, Retail

M. Elliot Muller, Ben Muller Realty

Biggest Lease, Industrial

Duke Suwyn and John Kuiper, Colliers International West Michigan

Stan Wisinski, NAI Wisinski

Biggest Sale, Industrial

Duke Suwyn, Mike Visser, Matt Abraham and Colin Kraay, Colliers International West Michigan

Biggest Sale, Land

John Mundell, Bradley Co. and Gene Szpeinski, Signature Associates

Biggest Sale, Multi-Family

Craig Black and Scott Nurski, NAI Wisinski of West Michigan

Biggest Sale, Office

Jason Makowski and Mary Anne Wisinski-Rosely, NAI Wisinski of West Michigan

Biggest Sale, Retail

John Mundell, Bradley Company

Biggest Sale, Retail Land

Earl Clements, Colliers International West Michigan

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