|Industry||Commercial Real Estate Services|
|Headquarters||Washington, D.C., United States|
|Key people||Joseph Stettinius Jr. (CEO)
Walter D. Pinkard, Jr. (Chairman)
Michael Kamm (President)
Shelley Radomski (COO)
John J. Fleury (CFO)
|Employees||3,700 (February 2013)|
Cassidy Turley is a privately owned commercial real estate services firm.
In 2008, four firms—Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in the Central U.S.; Colliers Pinkard in Baltimore, Raleigh and Charlotte; Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers in Washington, DC; and Colliers ABR in New York City—merged to form a joint holding company. The four firms, part of the Colliers International network, continued to operate under their names and brands in each market, but consolidated leadership, with Mark Burkhart of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker becoming CEO of the holding company.
In early 2010, FirstService Corp., parent company of Colliers International, merged the U.S. and global operations of Colliers and FirstService Real Estate Advisors. That same year, the holding company of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker, Colliers Pinkard, Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers and Colliers ABR – and Colliers Houston & Co. of New Jersey, NAI affiliate BT Commercial in Northern California, Grubb & Ellis BRE Commercial in San Diego and Phoenix – formed a new national company under the brand of Cassidy Turley. Soon after, CPS CORFAC in Santa Clara, CA joined Cassidy Turley as Cassidy Turley CPS.
During 2010 and 2011 Cassidy Turley added offices in Milwaukee, WI Denver, CO, Louisville, KY and Dallas and Houston, TX. In 2010, the firm formed an international partnership with GVA to provide services outside the U.S.
On September 6, 2011, Cassidy Turley completed its acquisition of the brokerage and property management business lines of Carter, a commercial real estate services firm headquartered in Atlanta. On September 15, 2011, Cassidy Turley announced its acquisition of FHO Partners, a commercial real estate brokerage and advisory firm in Boston.
Cassidy Turley opened its first Los Angeles office on April 30, 2012, when it hired four brokers from Transwestern to lead Cassidy Turley's growth in the city.
On Oct. 5, 2012, Cassidy Turley's board of directors unanimously elected Joseph Stettinius Jr. as the company's new CEO, replacing Mark Burkhart, who now serves as an advisor to the company. With Stettinius' election, Cassidy Turley effectively moved its national headquarters to Washington, DC, where he is based.
On Jan. 2, 2013, Cassidy Turley expanded its Florida presence by completing a merger with Tampa-based CLW Real Estate Service Group. The following week, Cassidy Turley promoted Michael Kamm, based in San Francisco, to president.
According to an article in the April 2013 issue of Real Estate Forum, Cassidy Turley ranked No. 5 on the 2013 edition of Lipsey Co.'s annual survey of the Top 25 brands in commercial real estate. 
In July 2013, the company announced plans to open a new office in downtown St. Louis initially with 30 employees in October, adding to the seven already in the region. It has 800 employees in the region presently with its main St. Louis office in the Clayton, Missouri suburb.
Cassidy Turley is organized across service lines: capital markets, tenant representation, corporate services, project and development services, project leasing, property management and research and consulting. The firm also operates industry practice groups in nonprofit, legal, food and beverage, hospitality and healthcare.
- Forecasts of macroeconomic & market-specific variables
- Sensitivity analyses of demand/supply fundamentals
- Development cycle analyses
- Elasticity of demand based on current & future market dynamics
- Primary & secondary data analyses of 80 U.S. metropolitan markets
- Legislative issues
- Investment sales and leasing of Office, Industrial, Retail, and Multi-Family properties
Corporate Social Responsibility
Cassidy Turley incorporates sustainable real estate alternatives into other companies' businesses and provides sustainability consulting services in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.
- 2013 Global Outsourcing 100 Leaders List 
- 2013 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year 
- 2012 Greenest Companies Index in Commercial Property News 
- Best Practices Index, Commercial Property Executive (2011)
- International Association of Outsourcing Professionals 2011 Global Outsourcing 100 Leaders List
- Top Commercial Real Estate Brand, Lipsey (2012)
- "Most Powerful Brokerage Firms"
- "Property Management Brokerage Honors”
- Greenest Companies, Platinum (2011)
- 2011 Rebrand 100 Global Award
Individual offices recently named as one of the Best Places to Work:
- Los Angeles
- New York City
- San Diego
- St. Louis
- Washington, DC
- Marino, Vivian (26 February 2010). "Mark P. Boisi". The New York Times.
- Pincus, Adam. (2010-01-04) Colliers ABR to split from Colliers International, become part of new company. Therealdeal.com. Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- Quartet of Colliers Firms to Merge, Los Angeles to Streamline | Commercial Property Executive. Cpexecutive.com (2008-08-13). Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- "Mark Burkhart brokers his biggest deal".
- "Four Colliers firms consolidate ownerships".
- Drummer, Randyl. (2010-01-06) Rebranded Colliers International Moves Further From Network Roots - CoStar Group. Costar.com. Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- "Colliers Barry to become part of Cassidy Turley".
- "Cassidy Turley expands to Colorado".
- "Harry K. Moore joins Cassidy Turley".
- "Cassidy Turley expands in Texas".
- "Cassidy Turley, GVA Grimley form partnership".
- Drummer, Randyl. (2010-01-13) Industry Takes Stock of Shifting Landscape in Wake of Colliers, Cassidy Rebrandings - CoStar Group. Costar.com. Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- Cassidy Turley Snaps Up Carter’s Brokerage, Property Management Businesses | Commercial Property Executive. Cpexecutive.com (2011-09-08). Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- "Sources: FHO Partners to be acquired by Cassidy Turley".
- Cassidy Turley Becomes a Big Player in Boston with FHO Partners Buy | Commercial Property Executive. Cpexecutive.com (2011-09-16). Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- St. Louis Real Estate Brokerage Opens Office Downtown | Los Angeles Business Journal. Labusinessjournal.com (2012-04-30). Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- "Cassidy Turley names D.C.'s Joe Stettinius new CEO". Washington Business Journal. 5 October 2012. Retrieved 26 February 2013.
- "Cassidy Turley Acquires Tampa-Based CLW Real Estate". Commercial Property Executive. 7 January 2013. Retrieved 26 February 2013.
- "Cassidy Turley Taps Northern California Leader Kamm To Serve as President". CoStar News. 8 January 2013. Retrieved 26 February 2013.
- "Cassidy Turley confirms plan for downtown St. Louis ofice". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. July 23, 2013.
- "Cassidy Turley considers downtown St. Louis office". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. July 18, 2013.
- Cassidy Turley taps distressed debt expert | Crain's New York Business. Crainsnewyork.com. Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- "Cassidy Turley snags CBRE capital markets team".
- "It's Hardly a Ball for 11 Times Square". The Wall Street Journal. 8 February 2012.
- Class A office landlords growing more confident | Crain's New York Business. Crainsnewyork.com. Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
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- High-tech may boost office market, Cassidy Turley says | UTSanDiego.com. Signonsandiego.com (2011-07-05). Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- "Mid-year report: Commercial real estate vacancies drop slightly".
- Eight Companies Broaden Business and Rebrand as Cassidy Turley. Dsnews.com (2010-01-11). Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
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- REBusinessOnline.com. REBusinessOnline.com (2013-12-02). Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- Tenant Participation Crucial to Efficiency. Reit.com. Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
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- "Edison Place nabs LEED for operations".
- U.S. Green Building Council. Usgbc.org. Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- Energy Star Partner List : Energy Star. Energystar.gov. Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- 2011 Best Practices Index | Commercial Property Executive. Cpexecutive.com (2011-11-29). Retrieved on 2013-12-06.
- 2011 Global Outsourcing 100 Sub Lists. IAOP. Retrieved on 2013-12-06.