Cushman & Wakefield Partner Lukáš Netolický. Credit: Cushman & Wakefield
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Lukáš Netolický appointed Partner at Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield promotes Lukáš Netolický from the Office team to Partner.

Lukáš Netolický, Head of Regional Cities CZ, leads the firm’s Brno office. His main focus is on the development of its business activities, especially in the office segment. 

In the upcoming years, Lukáš plans to further expand the firm’s regional activities, not only in the office sector but in all commercial real estate segments. 

Lukáš has worked with Cushman and Wakefield since 2011. In 2018, he founded Cushman & Wakefield’s office in Brno, which enables the firm to significantly strengthen its position on regional markets.

Managed by Lukáš, the firm’s Brno office represents office projects in the regions, such as Organica in Ostrava and Palác Trnitá in Brno. Currently, it is engaged in the largest office demands on the Brno market. 

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