Emily Nicoll

Emily Nicoll

MNCREW, which stands for Minnesota Commercial Real Estate Women, has awarded Emily Nicoll its annual CREWie award for committment and leadership, as well as career achievement.

Nicoll, a senior associate at CBRE, served as MNCREW president in 2012. 

In addition, CREWie awards were given to several members involved with the Gilda's Club Twin Cities Project: Mary Taylor of Lindquist and Vennum, Hjordis Trygg and Barb Chirinos of Stewart Title, and Michelle Caron, who worked pro bono while at Westwood Professional.

The project involved the acquisition of a 7,300-square-foot property in Minnetonka that will serve as the new Gilda's Clubhouse in the Twin Cities, providing support to individuals with cancer, as well as their family and friends.

The CREWie for Economic Improvement was awarded to Brenda Neuenfeldt of First National Bank, Kaitlin Miesen formerly of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal, Kara Olson of CBRE and Nancy Landmark at Commercial Partners Title for their role in the conversion of a gas station in Maplewood to a newly constructed 11,216-square- foot retail building.

Janet Moore covers commercial real estate for the Star Tribune.

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