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Cushman & Wakefield bolsters hotel valuation team
TORONTO — Cushman & Wakefield has bolstered its hotel valuation team with the additions of Brian Flood, Cindy Schoenauer and Vanessa Boland, it was announced April 13.
TORONTO — Cushman & Wakefield has bolstered its hotel valuation team with the additions of Brian Flood, Cindy Schoenauer a
nd Vanessa Boland, it was announced April 13.
Based in Toronto, Flood, named vice-president, practice leader, hospitality and gaming, has partnered with Charles Suddaby to lead the hospitality valuation business for Canada. He brings 35 years of commercial real estate experience and has specialized in the valuation of hospitality assets for 30 years. Prior to joining Cushman and Wakefield, Flood was a senior managing partner for CBRE Hotels, and before that, was national managing director for Colliers International Realty Advisors.
Based in Vancouver, Schoenauer has been appointed vice-president, hospitality and gaming. Her responsibilities include market and feasibility studies, appraisals, portfolio valuations, asset strategy, and acquisition due diligence. She brings 15 years of industry experience and has specialized in the valuation of hospitality assets in downtown, suburban, resort and rural markets throughout Western Canada. Prior to joining Cushman and Wakefield, she was a director for CBRE Hotels.
Toronto-based Boland has been appointed a consultant with the hospitality and gaming group. In her role, she assists with the research and analysis of market and feasibility studies and appraisals for hotel properties. Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Boland worked with Flood as an analyst with the CBRE Hotels group.