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Holliday Fenoglio Fowler Expands Florida Footprint

""Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, LP"":http://www.hfflp.com (HFF), a provider of capital markets financing and loan servicing to the commercial real estate industry, announced Monday that it will expand its Florida presence by officially opening an office in Tampa with an immediate focus on investment sales.


HFF says it will look to add associates to the Tampa office who specialize in the firm's other capital markets platform service offerings, such as debt placement, structured finance, advisory services, and investment sales specialists among the various property types.

Senior managing director Dan Peek, who leads the firm's hospitality practice and was formerly in HFF's Miami office, will handle the day-to-day operations of the Tampa location.

""As with the office we recently opened in Austin, Texas, HFF's goal is to strategically build-out the full platform of services and product specializations in our new Tampa office,"" said John Pelusi, executive managing director and managing member of HFF. ""We are actively seeking to hire and retain associates who have the highest ethical standards and the best reputations in the industry to achieve this objective.""

With the addition of the Tampa facility, HFF operates out of 19 offices nationwide.

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