LPC & Cresa to form Tenant Advisory Partnership


LPC are pleased to formally announce their partnership with Cresa, a US based tenant advisory firm headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.
Cresa is the world’s largest independent corporate real estate firm exclusively representing and advising tenants and occupiers of commercial and industrial property. The trading name for our Sydney and Perth offices will now change to LPC Cresa. 
Our global mandate is occupier services only – no investor landlord work and no conflicts of interest. The services provided include premises acquisition and disposal, lease re-structuring, lease administration, needs analysis, accommodation planning, strategic advice and fit out project delivery.
We see this as a very exciting and mutually beneficial partnership of firms that share the same common values. By joining forces and working together our clients will benefit from the combined expertise and resources that Cresa brings to the table, which will results in a higher level of service and innovative solutions to occupier matters. We are now presented with additional resources and the opportunity to service client requirements outside Australia.   
With consolidation accelerating throughout the commercial real estate industry, conflicts of interest are inherent and are becoming deeper and more prevalent.  As a result, there has never been a greater need for pure and independent tenant /occupier advisory services. LPC Cresa fills that void. Our organizational structure and culture fosters collaboration between our global offices. 
Cresa has 60 offices in the USA, together with international offices located in Argentina, Belgium, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, The Netherlands,United Kingdom – and now Australia. Further international offices will be announced shortly. 
For further information, please contact Geoffrey Learmonth (in our Sydney office on 02 9235 1300) or James Carslaw (in our Perth office on 08 9325 4433).


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