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Real Estate Firm Marcus & Millichap Promotes Mele to Senior Managing Director of Investments


Update 2/16/17 – Mele has been named senior managing director of investments for Marcus & Millichap. Previously, he was senior vice president of investments. Mele specializes in self-storage property investments and is a senior director of the company’s National Self Storage Group. He has been with the firm since 1999, according to a press release. 

Michael-Mele-Marcus-and-Millichap-Self-Storage***9/17/14 – Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services, a commercial property-investment firm prominent in the self-storage industry, recently named Michael Mele as senior vice president of investments in the company’s Tampa, Fla., office. Most recently, he served as first vice president of investments.

Mele joined Marcus & Millichap in 1999 as an agent specializing in the self-storage sector. He rose to senior associate in May 2002 and vice president of investments in January 2008. Mele has closed more than 200 self-storage transactions totaling more than $800 million. He has achieved senior director status in the company’s National Self-Storage Group.

“Mike has been a top self-storage investment specialist for well over a decade, and a huge contributor to the success of the Tampa office,” said Richard Matricaria, vice president and regional manager. “With his in-depth knowledge of the self-storage investment sector, dedication to providing superb client service and strong leadership abilities, Mike truly deserves this honor.”

Marcus & Millichap has more than 1,300 investment professionals in offices throughout the United States and Canada. The company closed more than 6,600 transactions last year with a value of approximately $24 billion.

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