Madison Marquette and PMRG to Combine Under Marquette Name


PMRG will adopt Madison Marquette as its corporate brand name by year’s end according to a release from the recently merged companies.

“We’ve been listening closely to our clients; and we are energized they see our new team as a valuable partner for maximizing the value of their real estate,”  John Fleury, Managing Principal and President of Madison Marquette and PMRG, said in a statement. “This decision incorporates and recognizes PMRG’s legacy of strong industry performance and its reputation for service excellence.  It’s the addition of their capabilities and market coverage that enables us to move forward together as a market leader across asset classes from coast to coast.”

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By integrating the combined company, which has 600 professionals in 12 regional markets, under one brand, the firm believes will also allow it to attract and retain top talent.

Washington, D.C.-based Madison Marquette merged with PMRG in June, combining the 67-year-old Houston-based firm’s expertise in leasing, property management, investment management and development services with its focus in retail and mixed-use assets. The combined firm is headquartered in Washington, D.C., but has offices in major gateway markets including San Francisco and Los Angeles. Madison Marquette is behind signature projects including the $2.5 billion District Wharf in Washington, D.C., in partnership with PN Hoffman and the revitalized District La Brea in Los Angeles.