Marcus & Millichap, a leading commercial real estate investment services firm with offices throughout the United States and Canada, announced today that Dana Brody has rejoined the firm as a senior vice president investments based in Encino, California. Most recently, Brody served as a senior vice president with JLL’s Capital Markets division.
“With over $500 million in multifamily investment and development career sales, Dana has a proven track record of delivering for her clients. She is known for achieving record-breaking values and consistently bringing the highest level of market expertise and professionalism to every deal she undertakes,” said Jim Markel, vice president and regional manager of Marcus & Millichap’s Encino office. “Dana’s success is further underscored by the high regard brokers and principals across the commercial real estate industry have for her.”
Prior to her tenure at JLL, Brody was executive managing director for six years with Commercial Asset Group’s multifamily division. She began her commercial real estate career with CBRE in 2003 and has been an associate vice president and a leading multifamily sales professional with Grubb & Ellis. Brody was recently named in Real Estate Forum’s Top 50 Under 40 for her many accomplishments in commercial real estate. She has also been named Commercial Asset Group’s Broker of the Year, a Top 15 Capital Markets Broker by JLL, a Woman on the Rise by CREW and received Marcus & Millichap’s Pace Setter Award. Previously, she was with Marcus & Millichap from 2005 to 2007.
“Marcus & Millichap’s top market share, first-class research, interconnected platform, exceptional management and marketing support make it the optimal place for me to leverage my 16-plus years of commercial real estate experience on behalf of clients and grow my team to its fullest potential,” commented Brody.
“Dana’s presence strengthens our team of investment sales and capital markets professionals and increases our ability to extend our company’s services to investors throughout Southern California,” Markel concluded.