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Lexington Resident Named One of Real Estate Forum’s Women of Influence

Barbara Elia of Lexington, the senior managing director and principal at Cassidy Turley FHO, was recently honored as one of fewer than 50 "Women of Influence" by Real Estate Forum.

The following announcement was provided by Schneider Associates. 

Cassidy Turley FHO, a leader in the commercial real estate services field with extensive experience in the greater Boston office market, last week announced that Real Estate Forum named Barbara Elia, Senior Managing Director, Principal, one of the most prominent female executives in the commercial real estate industry. Real Estate Forum chose to honor fewer than 50 women from a pool of hundreds of nominees.

“It is an honor to be recognized as one of Real Estate Forum’s Women of Influence, especially given the distinguished peers who join me on the list," said Elia. “During the past twenty-five years, the commercial real estate industry has evolved, becoming a more collaborative and flexible environment where women can lead, achieve and contribute as effectively as their male counterparts.”

In her role with Cassidy Turley FHO, Barbara leads a 10-person group of professionals who manage the Boston office’s portfolio administration services for corporate clients ranging in size from a few thousand feet to more than 150 global locations. She also serves on the Executive and Space Planning committees in the Boston office. Barbara’s team recently identified and helped monetize a purchase which enables the client to obtain a $5 million payment to relinquish the unneeded option. 

“Barbara’s ambition and expertise make her not only an invaluable member of our team, but a worthy recipient of this distinction,” said Joe Fallon, Managing Partner of Cassidy Turley FHO.  “Real Estate Forum’s Women of Influence are some of nation’s leading commercial real estate leaders, and I am proud to have a Cassidy Turley FHO executive on the list of honorees.” 


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