SEATTLE – Jan. 10, 2016 – Dave Magee, Cushman & Wakefield’s Market Leader in Seattle, has achieved the SIOR Office designation awarded by the Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS®. SIOR is a Washington, DC-based international professional organization of more than 3,000 commercial real estate professionals, 2,800 of whom have earned the coveted SIOR designation.
“We congratulate Dave on earning the distinguished SIOR designation,” said Jeff Eaton, Cushman & Wakefield”s regional leader. “One of the things that sets Dave apart is his drive for continual improvement and his enthusiasm for our company and the industry. Dave is an incredible market leader in the greater Seattle/Bellevue area and we are honored to have him at the helm of that strong team.”
Magee has had a significant impact on the Seattle market during his 27-year commercial real estate tenure. Repeatedly a top 10 producer with Cushman & Wakefield, Magee has represented high-profile companies such as Alaska and Horizon Airlines, King Country, and The Boeing Company. Magee has developed expertise in tenant representation, office leasing, and investment sales.
Magee is an active member in the Puget Sound business community, with his most recent industry leadership appointment as president of the Washington Commercial Association of Realtors for 2017. He is also co-chair of the local NAIOP chapter’s Programs Committee; serves the Seattle Rotary on its Community Service Committee. Magee is a CCIM candidate and is a frequently invited speaker and panel member at NAIOP and WSCAR’s continuing education seminars.
To achieve the SIOR designation, Magee completed at least five years of creditable experience in the highly specialized field of office real estate; met stringent education requirements; and demonstrated professional ability, competency, ethical conduct, and personal integrity.
Individuals who hold the SIOR designation are top producers in the commercial real estate field and are represented in more than 630 cities in 29 countries around the world. SIOR enforces a strict code of ethics and required designees to complete its ethics course within their first three years of membership.