Nancy McClure

CBRE has announce that Nancy McClure, first vice president in the firm’s Tucson office has been named to Real Estate Forum’s list of Women of Influence in the Southwest. The annual list acknowledges and honors professionals that have contributed significantly to the real estate industry in the Southwest region.

“We are very proud of Nancy. She is one of the most knowledgeable and hard working real estate professionals I have ever worked with, and this acknowledgement is well-deserved,” said CBRE’s Ike Isaacson, managing director of the firm’s Tucson office.

Ms. McClure, who specializes in retail properties, has more than 29 years of commercial real estate experience. Over the course of her career, she has been at the forefront of some of the most high-profile property redevelopments in Southern Arizona, including El Con Center, Campbell Plaza, and a number of retail centers along Broadway Boulevard in the Park Place Mall area. In her nearly three decades of experience, Ms. McClure has been a CBRE Top-25 Producer in retail for the Americas several times and has received other top recognitions over time as well.

In addition to the honor of being named to Real Estate Forum’s 2015 Southwest Women of Influence list, Ms. McClure’s work has garnered her a number of other accolades including, the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona “Woman of the Year” award in 2010, a spot on Inside Tucson Business’s 2008 “Women of Influence” list, as well as a spot on AZRE magazine’s 1000 People to Know in Commercial Real Estate in 2008.

A well-respected and knowledgeable real estate professional, Ms. McClure holds a number of leadership positions within both CBRE and the Southern Arizona business community. She is currently co-chair of the firm’s national Retail Advisory Council, and has been a member of the council since 2011. She is also a member of The University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management National Board of Advisors, serving on its executive team; and Women At The Top (WATT), serving as President in 2008 and a Board Member from 2006 to 2009 and again in 2015.

Her philanthropic endeavors include the Development Board for Literacy Connects and the Ambassador Board for Habitat for Humanity, among many others, past and present.