Lisa Smith joins Avison Young as Associate broker in Charleston
September 11, 2023
Firm grows office & investment services with new hire
Charleston, SC –Chris Fraser, CCIM, Principal and Managing Director of the firm’s South Carolina offices today announced the strategic hiring of Lisa Smith as an Associate focusing on office sales and leasing in the greater Charleston area.
“We are excited to welcome Lisa to our team of experienced office professionals in Charleston,” said Fraser. “Her experience in the market, enthusiasm, and collaborative spirit make her a valuable addition to our team and the clients we serve.”
Smith began her commercial real estate career in 2021, executing 18 transactions in her first 18 months. She has helped clients from an array of industries including medical, architecture and design, commercial landscaping, daycare services, and retail goods. Prior to becoming a commercial broker, Lisa worked as an executive pastry chef in Atlanta for many years, and also owned her own catering company.
“I look forward to continuing my career in commercial real estate and working along side a tremendous team,” said Smith. “The innovative resources, people, and collaborative culture at Avison Young made it a natural fit for me.”
About Avison Young
Avison Young creates real economic, social and environmental value as a global real estate advisor, powered by people. As a private company, our clients collaborate with an empowered partner who is invested in their success. Our integrated talent realizes the full potential of real estate by using global intelligence platforms that provide clients with insights and advantage. Together, we can create healthy, productive workplaces for employees, cities that are centers for prosperity for their citizens, and built spaces and places that create a net benefit to the economy, the environment and the community.
Avison Young is a 2022 winner of the Canada's Best Managed Companies Platinum Club designation, having retained its Best Managed designation for 11 consecutive years.