Mohr Partners, Inc. Hires Cresa Executive, Gianni R. LaBarba, to Bolster its Dallas Tenant Representation Division
September 21st, 2017 | Press Releases
DALLAS, TX – September 19, 2017 – Mohr Partners Inc., the largest wholly-owned commercial real estate firm focused exclusively on providing global corporate and public-sector solutions to occupiers and tenants, today announced that Gianni R. LaBarba has returned to Mohr Partners as a managing director.
“It’s a pleasure to have Gianni return to Mohr Partners. His market knowledge, personal client attention and negotiation savvy allow him to hit the ground running in DFW and establish new relationships with clientele. Our growing ranks will benefit from having Gianni return to be a leader within the office’s rapidly expanding brokerage department,” said Chairman & CEO Robert Shibuya.
Prior to joining Mohr Partners, Mr. LaBarba served as a senior vice president with Cresa in Dallas. He was a top producer specializing in representing office and industrial tenants in North Texas as well as nationally. Mr. LaBarba served as a senior associate for Mohr Partners from 2002 to 2006. Additionally, he is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.
About Mohr Partners:
Mohr Partners, Inc. is a global corporate real estate services firm providing tenants and occupiers integrated solutions including portfolio management and lease administration, business intelligence consulting, research and site selection, location incentives practice, transaction advisors, and project management. Since 1986, Mohr Partners has been managing real estate portfolios for organizations across industries. Mohr Partners has recently performed transactions on behalf of clients in more than 1,400 markets worldwide including every state in the US and 12 other countries through its owned offices across North America and its strategic alliance partners. For more information on Mohr Partners, please visit www.mohrpartners.com.
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