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Brings 44 years of experience in industrial transactions Avison Young Philadelphia names Greenhalgh executive vice president

mercial real estate experience and in-depth industry knowl- edge will help strengthen our industrial service line in Philadelphia,” said David Fahey , principal and manag- ing director of Avison Young Philadelphia. “We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Peter as part of the Avison Young team. We are confident that he will help us to continue to grow throughout the Pennsyl- vania region.” “Joining a rapid growing and innovative company, like Avison Young, has provided


Young, Greenhalgh was co- founder of Waldron Com- mercial Realty Advisors, a brokerage consulting firm, where he capitalized on his 31 years of experience as direc- tor of industrial real estate at Cushman & Wakefield. He has leased or sold over thirty million s/f of industrial and commercial space in the Phila- delphia Area and has been a consistent top producer in the region. “Peter is one of the most experienced industrial brokers in the market. His broad com-

me with an opportunity to use my knowledge of the industry to compliment Avison Young’s efforts,” said Greenhalgh. “I’m looking forward to helping the Avison Young enterprise continue to grow in the Phila- delphia office.” Greenhalgh earned a Bach- elors Degree in Business Ad- ministration from Villanova University and a MBA special- izing in International business from the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Phoenix, Arizona. n Duncan joins the environmental and energy law firm of Manko, Gold, Katch- er & Fox, LLP Philadelphia, PA — Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP (MGKF) , an envi- ronmental, energy, land use law and litigation firm based just outside of Philadelphia, an- nounced that Thomas Duncan has joined the firm as a new as- sociate. He will concentrate his practice on environmental and energy litigation, regulatory counseling, and transactional matters. Duncan had been practicing at Blank Rome LLP, where he represented and counseled a broad range of clients in envi- ronmental and energy matters and litigated cases before state and federal courts, the Pennsyl- vania Environmental Hearing Board and the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. Prior to that, he served as an assistant counsel to the Pennsylvania Environmental Hearing Board and as a staff attorney for an environmental organization in Philadelphia. He currently serves as chair of the Pennsylvania Bar As- sociation, Environmental and Energy Law Section’s Pro Bono Committee, and he is an ap- pointed member of East Brad- ford Township’s Environmental Advisory Council. Duncan received his Juris Doctor from the Villanova University School of Law. In law school, he was a law clerk for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a legal intern for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, and a judicial clerk for the Honorable Thomas J. Reuter of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. n

hiladelphia, PA — David Fahey , prin- cipal and managing

delphia Chapter of the Soci- ety of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) , Greenhalgh joins Avison Young Philadel- phia as executive vice presi- dent, leading the office’s in- dustrial efforts. Greenhalgh is a leading broker with 34 years of experience in industrial transactions. At Avison Young Philadelphia, he will continue to work with both landlords and tenants in the Philadel- phia area on distribution, manufacturing, refrigeration, telecom and flex properties. Prior to joining Avison

d i rec t or o f global com- mercial real estate com- p a n y A v i - s on Young announ c ed that Peter Greenhalgh has recently

Peter Greenhalgh

joined the commercial real estate firm’s Philadelphia headquarters. Past president of the Phila-

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