Healthcare Real Estate Professional Brannan Knott Joins CBRE Capital Markets

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Brannan Knott

Boston – CBRE announced that healthcare industry veteran Brannan Knott has joined CBRE as an Executive Vice President and will be based in the firm’s Boston office.Mr. Knott, an experienced healthcare real estate professional, brings more than 15 years of expertise in investment sales, equity placement, debt financing, development, and portfolio recapitalization. Throughout his career, he has executed on more than $10 billion in healthcare real estate transactions, including several notable outpatient medical deals.Mr. Knott will join Chris Bodnar, Zack Holderman, Cole Reethof, Trent Jemmett, Jesse Greshin and Jaime Vantsa as part of CBRE’s U.S. Healthcare Capital Markets team.  “The addition of Brannan demonstrates CBRE’s continued commitment to expanding our talent base and healthcare platform nationally,” said Mr. Bodnar, Vice Chairman and Head of Healthcare Advisory for CBRE. “Brannan is highly respected among healthcare real estate investors, developers and providers and is a great fit with our culture.”Prior to joining CBRE, Mr. Knott was as a Managing Director at JLL. He also held positions at Realterm Global and LaSalle Investment Management, where he oversaw acquisitions and asset management for its Medical Office Building Fund and other medical office investment.“We are thrilled to have Brannan join our team. His extensive track record and deep understanding of healthcare capital markets will be instrumental in providing exceptional service to our clients both regionally and nationally,” added Michael Affronti, Executive Managing Director for CBRE’s Greater Boston Advisory Services business.“CBRE’s continued dedication to the healthcare real estate sector has created a best-in-class platform that empowers us to enhance our clients’ investment strategies and deliver exceptional results. With a shared vision, strong culture, and a team of talented colleagues, I look forward to building on the momentum we have built and contributing to even greater success,” said Brannan.

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