Cincinnati company to expand Scottsdale operations at La Curvata

La Curvata (submitted photo)

La Curvata (submitted photo)

Cushman and Wakefield, a global leader in commercial real estate services, announced that Matson Money will significantly expand its Scottsdale operations with the lease of 47,482 square feet of office space at La Curvata in the Scottsdale Airpark.

The Cincinnati-based company is a full-service Registered Investment Advisor firm offering asset management services through independent financial professionals nationwide.

Matson Money currently occupies approximately 7,000 square feet in Building D at La Curvata. The company has leased 47,482 square feet in Building E, located at 18760 N. Pima Road.

Cushman and Wakefield Senior Vice President Sean Spellman and Executive Managing Director Jeff Wentworth serve as exclusive leasing agents for La Curvata, a five-building office project totaling 167,428 square feet.

“Matson Money opened its initial Arizona office at La Curvata recognizing it would expand within the project,” stated Mr. Spellman in a press release. “The company exemplifies Scottsdale’s appeal as a destination for growing companies. Matson Money selected this property and area because it was ideally located for training and entertaining out-of-state financial advisors.”

“The company brings many professionals to Scottsdale for training and education in its products. The transportation, convenience and unparalleled amenities of the area create a great experience for the company’s employees and clients.”

Matson Money will vacate its smaller space in Building D and take occupancy of the new office space in August 2016.  Brandon Clarke and Scott Maxwell of Cresa Partners represented Matson Money in its lease negotiations.

The successful merger of Cushman and Wakefield and DTZ closed Sept. 1. The firm now operates under the iconic Cushman and Wakefield brand and has a new visual identity and logo that position the firm for the future and reflect its trusted global legacy and wider history.

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