August 03, 2015
Bloodworth Inducted Into Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame
– Memphis Business Journal –
The Memphis Area Association of Realtors Commercial Council honored the top performers in commercial real estate April 2 at the 8th annual Pinnacle Awards.
Wyatt Aiken, senior vice president at Commercial Advisors LLC, was named Commercial Broker of the Year, a honor voted on by his peers.
Aiken is currently president of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors’ Memphis chapter and is president-elect of the MAAR Commercial Council.
Rusty Bloodworth, executive vice president at Boyle Investment Co., was inducted into the Commercial Hall of Fame, having worked in real estate for more than 40 years.
He has been directly involved with the development of more than $200 million worth of office facilities, developed a collection of high-end neighborhoods in East Memphis and directed planning, zoning and development of six major mixed-use projects, including Ridgeway Center, the Regalia, Humphreys Center and River Oaks. David Creed, an associate with CB Richard Ellis Memphis, was named Newcomer of the Year for being the highest-producing broker with less than two years’ experience.
Broker of the Year awards for 2008 went to Brad Murchison, CB Richard Ellis, industrial leasing; Frank Quinn, CB Richard Ellis, industrial sales; Larry Jensen, Commercial Advisors, office leasing; John Lamberson, CB Richard Ellis, office sales; Timm Stubbs, Stubbs Commercial Realtors, retail; Blake Pera, CB Richard Ellis, multi-family; and John Waddell, Crye-Leike Property Management, land sales.
Frazier Baker, Tommy Bronson, Patrick Burke, Brian Califf, Andy Cates, Kemp Conrad, Michael Donahoe, Pat Gamble, Ron Kastner, Brad Kornegay, Anthony Lopes, Hank Martin, Jim Mercer, John Mercer, Patrick Reilly, Ron Riley and Steve Woodyard rounded out the Pinnacle Awards’ Top 25 brokers.