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Cushman & Wakefield acquires NAI Long Island

 Cushman & Wakefield announced today that it has acquired the brokerage division of NAI Long Island, adding 16 new commercial leasing and investment sales professionals focused on this important part of the New York-Tri-State Region.

Based in Melville, NY, NAI Long Island was founded in 1980. Its professionals represent both investors and occupiers in leasing and sales of office, industrial, retail and mixed-use properties.

JOSEPH CARIDI

“With this acquisition, we have significantly increased the number of brokerage professionals in our Melville office and firmly solidified C&W as a leader in the Long Island market,” said Joseph Caridi, Executive Managing Director and Managing Principal, Long Island, Brooklyn & Queens at Cushman & Wakefield. “This acquisition was about the opportunity to better serve our clients. We are confident that the addition of the brokerage division of NAI Log Island will make us even stronger.”

“Our brokerage team at NAI Long Island is ecstatic to be joining Cushman & Wakefield,” said Carmine Inserra, founder and principal of NAI Long Island. “This acquisition was made possible because of the immaculate cultural fit of our two companies. By coming together with the Cushman & Wakefield brand and platform we will be able to greatly enhance the service we provide to our clients throughout Long Island and across the globe.”

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