Carolyn Sidor, managing principal, New England operations for C&W
BOSTON—Cushman & Wakefield reports that Carolyn Sidor has been promoted to managing principal of the brokerage firm’s New England operations, replacing Joe Fallon, who has held the post for a little over a year-and-a-half.
Fallon has been named executive vice chairman of New England, C&W reports and will work with Sidor to manage and lead the firm’s New England region brokerage business. The new positions for the two C&W executives are effective May 22nd. Fallon was appointed to head the New England territory in October 2015. The New England region, in addition to covering Greater Boston, also entails the Hartford, CT and Manchester, NH markets.
Sidor has served as senior managing director and Americas lead for C&W’s Specialty Practice Groups. Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield and its legacy companies, she held senior leadership positions at Colliers International and CB Richard Ellis/New England.
A native of Hartford, CT, Sidor has spent 16 years at the Greater Boston Real Estate Board where she ran the Building Owners and Managers Association and the Commercial Brokers Association, eventually becoming GBREB’s COO.
Fallon has been in the real estate business for more than a quarter of a century representing corporate and institutional clients in Boston and across the world. He has acted as portfolio and transaction manager for several corporate clients, and in addition to his management duties, he is consistently one of the top producing brokerage professionals in the firm, C&W states.
“Carolyn and Joe both bring an exceptional set of expertise and experience to their new roles, and we have high confidence that this leadership team will create an even strong platform of services in New England,” says Roberta Levy Liss, regional managing principal, Mid-Atlantic and North region for C&W. “Our clients deserve to have the best team working on their behalf—and today we’ve put those pieces in place.”