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Colliers supports Kearney in its new headquarters project

Leading global management consultancy Kearney (France) has chosen Colliers to find and lease their future offices at AXA Investment Managers' new "Society Opera" building in Paris, just east of the historic Opera Garnier.


As the contractual expiry of its premises in the 7th arrondissement of Paris approached, the strategy consulting firm Kearney (France) wanted to move its teams to a prime building, fit for the evolution of its working methods and in a dynamic environment. 

Kearney prend à bail pour neuf ans ferme un plateau de 2 039 m² au sein de l’immeuble Society Opéra à Paris.

© AXA IM Alts

The choice fell on the Society Opéra building (9th arrondissement), managed by AXA IM Alts and currently undergoing restructuring. « The location and service offering of Society Opera fully correspond to the development challenges of Kearney's Paris office. The conviviality and reception areas, the 'bistronomic' restaurant, the 'green bar', the fitness room, the bicycle workshop, etc. will enable Kearney to welcome its clients, attract the best talent and develop its teams in a dynamic environment focused on well-being. At the same time, the efficiency of the space allows for a modular organisation that responds to the flexible and increasingly organised project team working styles », notes Tanya Markoff Cravero, Associate Director Tenant Representation at Colliers. Kearney has taken a lease on a 2,000 sqm site for nine years. The teams are expected to move in September 2022.

AXA IM Alts was advised in this transaction by BNP Paribas Real Estate and Ockham Avocats. KEARNEY was advised by Colliers and Bird & Bird.

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Tanya Markoff



A native of San Diego, California, Tanya moved to Paris in 2019, and joined the Colliers Tenant Rep team a year later.  A 14-year veteran of the real estate industry, Tanya began her career in commercial property management at San Diego-based SENTRE, Inc.,  managing multiple portfolios of office, retail, and light industrial assets for both institutional and private investors, prior to launching the company's value-add multi-family platform in 2012, playing  a key role in acquisitions, operations, and repositioning strategies for each new asset in the fund.  After  nine years with SENTRE, she moved on to asset management roles at ColRich ($150M / 5 multi-family assets in Houston & San Antonio) and subsequently Paragon Real Estate Investments, where she was oversaw the family office's $250M urban retail and creative office fund, covering 20 assets in various major cities accross the U.S.

Tanya  holds a Master's Degreen in Real Estate Finance from l'Ecole Supérieure des Professions Immobilières (ESPI), and a Bachelor's Degree from Point Loma Nazarene University (San Diego, California) in Business Administration and Romance Languages.  

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