RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Commonwealth Commercial Partners is pleased to announce the hiring of Matthew Ryan as Managing Director of our newest South Carolina office. Ryan will establish the new office in Charleston, SC and will be responsible for growing the business in the region to include Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Columbia, and Greenville, as well as Savannah, GA.
Commonwealth Commercial's new Charleston office will work in tandem with the company's Greenville office, established in 2016, which is managed by Alex Crouch. Crouch also covers the areas of Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro and Charlotte, NC and has been with the company for 11 years.
Ryan has an experienced background in real estate development and sales and leasing through the South Carolina low-country region. Most recently, Ryan served as the Director of Economic Development for Goochland County where he was responsible for the recruitment of over $450M in capital investment as well as the new construction of 2M sq. ft. of commercial space. In his new position with CCP, Ryan will be responsible for building a team to source and operate new property management, brokerage services, asset management, sourcing acquisitions and other business development opportunities in that region. In addition to his role as Managing Director, Ryan will be joining the company's Investment Sales team with a focus on the Carolinas and Georgia.
About Commonwealth Commercial Partners, LLC
Founded in 1996, Commonwealth Commercial is a leading full-service commercial real estate firm headquartered in Richmond, VA, with offices in Hampton Roads VA, Nashville TN, Jacksonville FL, Tampa FL, Greensboro NC, Charlotte NC, Raleigh/Durham NC, Greenville SC, Houston TX, Reading PA, Kansas City MO and Charleston SC. The company provides demonstrated expertise in the areas of leasing, purchasing, selling, developing, consulting, property management and asset management services. To learn more, visit www.commonwealthcommercial.com.
SOURCE Commonwealth Commercial Partners