Steven Walters was Appointed as Chief Legal Officer at Colby-Development

Date of management change: March 28, 2018 

What Happened?

Grand Island, -based Colby-Development Appointed Steven Walters as Chief Legal Officer

 

About the Company

Colby Development, LLC is a multidiscipline, market driven firm with deep experience in the complex and challenging world of commercial real estate and is engaged in providing Real Estate Brokerage and Development services to Corporate America, Local Business and Individuals throughout Western New York in the following disciplines:  Buyer/Tenant Representation  Landlord Representation  Property Acquisition And Disposition  Real Estate Development  Project/Construction Management  Ground-Up, Re-Envisioning  Real Estate Financing  Strategic Consulting  Property Management  Asset Management Colby Development is a service provider of Real Estate Brokerage transaction services for Sellers, Investors/Buyers and Tenants or Development services for Re-envisioning, Owner Representation, Property Management and Financial Services throughout Western New York who do not have the capacity to do it internally or find it more attractive to outsource than maintain a real estate department or a full time commercial real estate professional. Our real estate professionals are market leaders with in-depth local knowledge and extensive local relationships positioned to provide economical and strategic real estate solutions to our customers.

 

About the Person

Steven Walters is Chief Legal Officer at Colby Development. Previously, Steven held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.

 

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