Bishop Street Commercial Promotes Sue and McWilliams | Business
Bishop Street commercial (BSC) recently promoted two staff members to the following positions:
Keenan Sue was promoted to managing director from his previous position as director of the Office Services Group. He is responsible for over two million square feet of Class A office space in each of the three largest office submarkets in Hawaii. Keenan also provides real estate advisory services including leasing, acquisitions/dispositions, restructuring and transaction logistics for some of Hawaii's most prominent institutions.
He is a graduate of Punahou School and Macalester College (St. Paul, MN). Keenan was a professional baseball player, NCAA college baseball coach and commercial airline pilot for the former Aloha Airlines.
Paul McWilliams was promoted to office manager. He began his career with BSC in 2010 as an intern. In 2011 he became part of the leasing team, directly involved with the day-to-day leasing activities for approximately 500,000 square feet of office space. Born and raised in Hawaii, he is a graduate of Kalaheo High School and the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Bishop Street Commercial is a leading commercial real estate firm that represents investors, developers, landlords, and tenants in the areas of leasing, sales, acquisition-disposition, property management and commercial investments. www.bishopsc.com.
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