San Francisco, CA June 22,2020 Compass Commercial, a division of tech real estate firm, Compass, announces three new hires for its Bay Area team.
Compass Commercial Brokerage, the premier real estate company offering comprehensive services for leasing, buying, and selling commercial properties throughout Southern and Northern California is bringing the strength of three new hires, Brian Leung, Jeremy Lee and Andrew Black to its Bay Area team.
“We are extremely excited to add Brian Leung, Jeremy Lee and their LL-CRE Group to our team in San Francisco,” says Stephen Pugh, president of Compass Commercial. “Their addition greatly expands our growth and market share in San Francisco and the Bay Area. As seasoned and very established professionals we expect their success to be enhanced through the Compass Commercial platform.”
Pugh continues, “Additionally, we are very pleased to share that Andrew Black is joining our team of professionals to lead the growth of our expanding East Bay market throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties with the full support of our Compass Commercial platform.”
Compass Commercial formed by combining the real estate platform Compass (founded in 2012) with California’s largest privately held real estate brokerage, Pacific Union International, along with Paragon Commercial Real Estate Group, Alain Pinel Investment Group, Partners Trust, Gibson International, and John Aaroe Group (JAG). With commercial offices in New York, Boston, Atlanta, Miami, Chicago, Aspen, Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, Compass provides the most recognized commercial talent in the industry and the first of its kind.
Founded in 2012, Compass is a real estate technology company based out of New York. The company has developed the first proprietary end-to-end marketing and sales platform. The objective at Compass is to eliminate busywork giving clients and agents critical time savings. With heightened efficiency and streamlined workflows, Compass technologies have leveraged these advantages into the client experience fortifying its mission of helping everyone find their place in the world.