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Madison Marquette adds talent to Florida retail leasing team

Madison Marquette announced that India Turkell and Lanne C. Bennett joined the Madison Marquette’s Leasing team in Florida. Both began in their new roles in January 2017.


India Turkell’s expertise includes building relationships, landlord representation, and repositioning of suburban shopping centers. She brings a tremendous amount of knowledge and understanding of the Florida market and the luxury consumer demographic, habits and trends and how those affect her clients' strategic initiatives on a local, regional and national level. Turkell is a graduate of University of Miami School of Law, is a member of the Florida Bar, and holds an MBA degree, also from University of Miami. Her background in law and business have enabled her to develop a unique and analytical approach to deal making and deal negotiation.


Lanne Bennett is a transactional player in commercial real estate with a proven ability to execute and perform. Bennett is responsible for merchandising, leasing and development planning. She adds her unique set of skills to the Madison Marquette team. She will be responsible for overall strategic planning and creating comprehensive investment thesis for each of the real estate company’s assets she is assigned.


“We are delighted to welcome India and Lanne to our Florida leasing team,” said Chuck Taylor, CRX, CSM, CLS, Senior


Vice President, Leasing. “Both have vast real estate and retail leasing experience and will add strength and expertise to our team in the Florida market.”


Madison Marquette has a strong presence in Florida, with an office in Ft. Lauderdale, and has premier assets in the area including Mercato, known as the leading “eatertainment” center in Naples, Bell Tower Shops, which is currently undergoing a repositioning, Downtown at the Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens, offering an unparalleled experience with dozens of unique destination shops, restaurants and experiences for those of all ages, as well as notable lifestyle centers including Coral Landings, Crossroads Market, The Plaza at Delray and Neapolitan Way.

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