Cooper Fratt (Photo courtesy of CBRE)
CBRE promotes Cooper Fratt after 13 months
After just 13 months, CBRE’s Cooper Fratt is getting another title change to vice president at the firm’s Phoenix office.
Fratt works in the firm’s industrial and logistics practice as an advisory and transaction professional.
“I am very proud of Cooper and thrilled to congratulate him on his promotion to vice president,” said Craig Henig, senior managing director, Southwest Region and Arizona market leader. “In just a few short years, Cooper has established himself as one of the best young brokers in the industry. His dedication to creating exceptional client outcomes, his work ethic, and his respect for everyone he encounters are just a few reasons for his success. I look forward to watching his career progress.”
Fratt began his real estate career in 2008 when he started with CBRE’s research department. In 2011 he joined a team that includes Senior Vice Presidents John Werstler and Jerry McCormick.
Now, just five years later he has been involved in more than 3 million square feet of industrial leasing transactions and 1.5 million square feet of industrial sale transactions.
In addition to Fratt’s quick ascension within CBRE’s advisory and transaction ranks, his hard work is regularly recognized by others in the industry.
Over the course of his career, he has been the recipient of several notable industry awards, including Best of NAIOP Arizona’s 2015 “Emerging Broker of the Year,” Best of NAIOP Arizona’s 2013 “Rookie Broker of the Year” and 2012 CoStar Power Broker Award. He was also a finalist for NAIOP’s 2013 “Developing Leader of the Year” award.