Additional Expertise Supports Firm’s Nationwide Growth
WASHINGTON - PM Realty Group (PMRG), a national, full-service commercial real estate firm, announced today that Geoff Kieffer has joined the firm as a Senior Vice President, effective immediately.
Previously a Principal with Washington, DC-based J Street Companies, Kieffer will play a significant role in strengthening PMRG's asset optimization services practice for institutional clients as well as continuing the expansion of PMRG's tenant representation services in the Mid-Atlantic region.
“Geoff's exceptional track record—over his accomplished career representing tenants, owners and advisors—matches exactly with the profile of PMRG,” said David Parker, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of PMRG's Northeast Division. “We are committed to adding senior-level executives like Geoff as well as finding the region’s smartest young brokers who want to grow professionally and personally."
Kieffer has nearly 30 years of commercial real estate experience. After 13 years with CB Richard Ellis, Inc., Kieffer joined Woodmark Commercial Services in 1998 and helped launch the group’s merger with J Street Companies in 2008. Over the course of his career, he has worked with many of the region's most notable owners on strategies for increasing property values as well as with tenants focused on Washington, DC, and the close-in suburbs. He has consistently ranked among the top leasing producers in the downtown Washington, DC, market, where his transaction volume with high-profile clients tops four million square feet.
Kieffer noted, “PMRG’s wealth of institutional relationships and sterling reputation was the deciding factor in my decision to join the firm.”
A past board member of the District of Columbia Building Industry Association (DCBIA) and the Greater Washington Commercial Association of Realtors (GWCAR), Kieffer earned his B.S. in business administration in urban land economics and real estate from the University of Wisconsin at Madison before earning an MBA in finance from the same institution.
Kieffer joins Eduardo Trujillo and Andrew Gilpin, who moved over to PMRG earlier this year.