Sage Partners Names 2 to Leadership Team

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019 11:26 am   1 min read

Aaron Nicholson (left) and Grady Mathews.

Cushman & Wakefield-Sage Partners announced this week that Grady Mathews and Aaron Nicholson have been named partners of the commercial real estate firm. 

Mathews and Nicholson previously served as vice presidents of the Rogers and Little Rock offices, respectively. 

Mathews specializes in landlord representation and office leasing and has worked with Fortune 500 companies in procuring offices in Bentonville to service their accounts with Walmart. He has clients in Arkansas, New York and Oklahoma. Mathews studied business at the University of Arkansas.

Nicholson focuses on statewide retail, industrial, commercial land and investment sales brokerage. He is responsible for more than 1.5 million SF in sales and leasing transactions. His clients include Kum & Go and the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport. Nicholson graduated from the University of Arkansas.

"Naming these two leaders as partners was an easy decision," Marshall Saviers, president of Sage Partners, said in a news release. "Aaron has been a leader in the Central Arkansas market for some time now. He brings an unparalleled level of creativity and deal making to every transaction in which he's involved. Grady focuses on landlord representation and provides best in class service to all of his clients while providing superior results. We are proud to call them partners."

Founded in 2005, Sage Partners employs 17 brokers and more than 45 other professionals. The full-service commercial real estate firm specializes in brokerage sales, leasing, development and property, facilities and asset management. Sage Partners manages more than 4.5 million SF across Arkansas.

Cushman & Wakefield is among the largest real estate services firms in the world, with 48,000 staffers in about 400 offices in 70 countries. During 2017, the company generated revenue of $6.9 billion.

 

 

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