Sun Commercial Real Estate’s Cassie Catania-Hsu Receives NAIOP’s Developing Leaders Award

Washington, D.C. (October 24, 2018) – NAIOP, The Commercial Real Estate Development Association has recognized Cassie Catania-Hsu, managing director and broker, Sun Commercial Real Estate, with its prestigious 2018 Developing Leaders Award.

“We are pleased to honor Cassie Catania-Hsu of NAIOP Southern Nevada chapter with this award.  She is a remarkable young professional who is deeply engaged in the industry and her local community,” said Thomas J. Bisacquino, President and CEO of NAIOP.  “She is passionate about making a real impact and is leading by example in her professional work and community efforts.”

“Cassie represents the very best from Southern Nevada and her efforts showcase the kind of young talent our community fosters and supports,” states NAIOP Southern Nevada President Mike Mixer.  “It’s great to see Cassie receive the recognition she richly deserves!”

As Managing Director and Broker for Sun Commercial Real Estate, Catania-Hsu oversees all business operations and brokerage management, which includes recruiting and business development.  She works to help Sun Commercial continue to grow its footprint by providing hands-on training and recruiting quality agents.  In her previous role in office sales and leasing at Sun Commercial, she maintained a 450,0000+ square foot portfolio and expanded her team to three agents to accommodate the increasing demand.

One of seven young professionals to receive NAIOP’s honor this year, Catania-Hsu was honored before 1,300 industry colleagues at an award ceremony on Tuesday, Oct 16th at NAIOP’s CRE.Converge 2018 Conference in Washington, D.C.

Established in 2006, the Development Leaders Award has been given to rising industry professionals from across NAIOP’s chapter network in all sectors of commercial real estate.  The annual award honors up-and-coming professionals under the age of 35 for their extraordinary professional accomplishments, strong leadership and community involvement.

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