Baltimore-based, Industrial Asset Services Leader Joins the Firm as Managing Director
Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to announce that Michael Corso has joined the firm as Managing Director to lead its Industrial Asset Services teams in the Mid-Atlantic.
Corso has over 10 years of experience in commercial real estate and is regarded as an industry leader in the Industrial asset services sector. He will be based in Cushman & Wakefield’s Baltimore office.
“Michael is an excellent addition to Cushman & Wakefield,” said Roberta Liss, Regional Managing Principal, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions. “He will further integrate our strong Capital Markets, Agency Leasing and Asset Services teams in Philadelphia and Baltimore, driving our Investor Services platform forward.”
Corso joins Cushman & Wakefield from JLL, where he was responsible for overseeing management services for JLL’s Mid-Atlantic industrial portfolio. His work included all aspects of property management, property accounting, construction project coordination and management services for institutional and high value clients.
“Joining a firm with such a robust investor services platform was highly compelling,” said Corso. “I am confident that Cushman & Wakefield’s innovative approach to providing comprehensive real estate solutions, paired with the experience and relationships I’ve built in my career, will offer a next-level real estate investor platform for our industrial clients in the Mid-Atlantic region.”
Corso began his career in commercial real estate after graduating from Rollins College with a degree in International Relations. He recently earned his Masters from the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. Corso currently serves as a Director of Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater Baltimore (BOMA) and is an active member of The Associated Italian American Charities of Maryland.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Industrial Agency Leasing team in Baltimore, led by Executive Director John Wilhide, is thrilled to have Corso join the firm. “We have worked together in the past and I couldn’t think of a better person to help drive our industrial platform forward,” Wilhide said.