The growing Sydney North team of Colliers International has been bolstered by four key appointments to meet increasing demand in the market.
Scott Smith joins the team as retail leasing executive, moving into commercial real estate from his previous role at Stone Property. He will focus on both strip retail and project leasing for major institutional landlords, covering Military Road in Mosman through to the Crows Nest strip as well as North Sydney retail outlets.
Emma Vadas comes to Colliers International from Greencliff Realty, where she has been involved in high-end residential sales for the past three years. Ms Vadas, who has seven years of property industry experience, will take up the role of executive in the investment services team, dealing with assets across the northern Sydney region.
Also joining the investment services team is Blake Harvey, from Stone Property. Mr Harvey will focus on northern beaches investment sales, combining his extensive knowledge of the area with his strong negotiation skills.
Angie Carroll has joined the office leasing team. She will specialise in the metro office market with a focus on the North Ryde and Macquarie Park precincts.
“North Sydney’s well-established property market is set to benefit from the increase in both infrastructure and development investment across the region,” said Dan Walker, director in charge of Sydney North at Colliers International.
“The Sydney north area is one of our most exciting growth regions and we’re thrilled to be building our team to provide greater expertise to our existing and new clients in these locations.”
Ryan Bennetts, associate director of development site sales, has also moved to Colliers’ North Sydney office. Mr Bennetts was previously located in the CBD, but will now focus on northern Sydney as demand increases for residential development in the area.
These appointments follow the appointment of Kellie Tattersall to the North Sydney team as director of industrial, signalling Colliers’ continuing commitment to recruiting and supporting talented women.