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Cushman & Wakefield Hires Larry Cambra as Director of Brokerage in San Diego

Cambra Brings More than a Decade of Industry Experience to Leadership Role

San Diego CA— Cushman & Wakefield announced, on Monday, the firm has hired Larry Cambra as its new Director of Brokerage in San Diego. Based in the firm’s UTC/La Jolla office, Larry will be covering all of Cushman & Wakefield’s offices in San Diego County (UTC/La Jolla, Carlsbad, Kearny Mesa, Downtown, and Otay Mesa). His primary responsibilities will include business development, associate broker training, strategic planning, recruiting, managing local industry networks and relationships, media spokesperson, and providing a resource to all clients. Cambra will report to Dan Broderick, Cushman & Wakefield’s Regional Managing Principal for the Southwest.

Broderick said, “Larry is well-recognized by colleagues and clients as a driven leader as well as producer. His skill and experience across San Diego in both leasing and sales combined with his robust client experience adds prodigious depth and versatility to this position. His diverse background has allowed him to proactively offer clients unique strategies, while his commitment and execution in providing the highest level of service has gained him an impeccable reputation across our industry. He is admired for his integrity, ethics, creativity, and hard work—all characteristics that align with that of a successful leader.”

Cambra possesses over a decade of professional experience in real estate and has completed some of the area’s largest office sale and lease transactions, namely in the North County region. His primary areas of expertise include Landlord Advisory Services, the leasing of office and corporate headquarters properties, and Tenant Representation Services, the exclusive representation and consultation of professional corporations. Most recently, Cambra served as First Vice President with CBRE in San Diego. And prior, he was a broker with Cushman & Wakefield in 2007.

Cambra fills a director role previously held by Nick DiPaolo, who relocated to Cushman & Wakefield’s offices in Greater Los Angeles in November where he now serves as the firm’s Director of Brokerage for that market.

Broderick noted, “Following Nick’s move, we thoroughly evaluated candidates as to identify and select an ideal replacement needed for this critical role in San Diego. We believe Larry suits this position perfectly and we could not be more excited to have his talent and experience in helping guide and support our brokerage services, as well as to be reunited with C&W from a professional and personal standpoint.”

Cambra said, “I am thrilled to return to Cushman & Wakefield, and look forward to being a leading member of this exceptional team, as well as be reconnected with so many great colleagues whom I have sincere respect both personally and as professionals in our industry.”

He added, “Cushman & Wakefield is a definitive market leader in San Diego, as well as across the globe. I am proud to help continue to drive and grow performance for our team locally, and as we embark into 2019. I am excited at the many opportunities that await us in this expanding market still ripe with greater real estate and economic potential.”

A highly active member of his community, Cambra also currently serves as a Board Member for the Boys & Girls Club of Carlsbad and is also a youth sports coach. He is also a former NAIOP Developing Leaders Board member, Membership committee co-chair, Giving Back committee co-chair, and University relations co-chair; and a past Board Member & CFO with Project Wave of Optimism.  Larry is also a talented athlete, as a world champion cyclist, and he is a devoted husband and father of two young children.

Cambra holds a Master of Business Administration degree with emphasis in Real Estate from the University of San Diego, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Economics from the University of California Santa Barbara.