BOSTON – Cushman & Wakefield announced the promotion of Ryan Quick to Asset Services city lead, where he will oversee a team of over 45 professionals who provide property management services to investors in Boston as well as Providence, Hartford and Manchester.
“As a firm, we remain wholly committed to continuing to put the best people in the right places, especially as it pertains to our leadership structure,” said Carolyn Sidor, managing principal of Cushman & Wakefield’s New England offices. “We are thrilled to promote Ryan to this leadership role, where he will partner with key business leaders to ensure we continue to grow, drive exceptional asset value and bolster our talented team.”
Quick has been with Cushman & Wakefield for seven years, starting in Washington, D.C., and then transferring to the Boston market where he has worked since 2014. He has more than a decade of property management experience in the commercial real estate industry and has amassed a diverse portfolio of properties covering all asset types, enjoying success with new construction, repositioning assets, lobby and façade renovations, large tenant improvements projects and pre-built speculative suites in downtown Boston and the suburbs.
Currently serving as the director of asset services in Boston where he’s overseen a total of nearly 3.5 million square feet of new wins during the last twelve months, Quick will begin his new position as city lead effective Jan. 1, 2020. He takes over for Mary Doyle, a 32-year real estate industry veteran who has been with Cushman & Wakefield for more than two decades and is retiring at the end of 2019.
“I’m honored to be given this opportunity to lead and grow a terrific, dedicated team of professionals. I also feel very fortunate to step into this role with such a solid foundation that Mary worked tirelessly to establish,” said Quick. “We will continue to deliver results, think and act as an owner, and drive asset value for our investor clients, working in concert with our capital markets, agency leasing, project & development services, and valuation & advisory colleagues.”
When not in the office, Quick can be found spending his free time with his wife and two young children. He also enjoys playing golf, lacrosse and traveling with his family.