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Mark Duclos Named 2024 Real Estate Power Player

At Sentry Commercial, we are thrilled to share the exciting news that our President, Mark Duclos, has been recognized as a 2024 Real Estate Power Player by the Hartford Business Journal (HBJ). This prestigious honor reflects Mark’s exceptional contributions to the commercial real estate industry and his unwavering commitment to excellence.

Mark Duclos’s inclusion in the HBJ’s 2024 Real Estate Power Players list underscores his influential role in shaping the commercial real estate landscape in Southern New England. This annual list by HBJ identifies the top developers, brokers, bankers, lawyers, and economic development officials making significant impacts on the state’s commercial real estate and development scene.

Mark has been instrumental in driving several key projects and transactions. Notably, he facilitated the $7.45 million sale of Carling Technologies’ 129,506-square-foot manufacturing building in Plainville to Fifth Continental Properties LLC. This deal exemplifies his expertise and strategic vision in the industrial real estate sector.

As we move into 2024, Mark anticipates a more moderated demand for industrial space compared to recent years, though lease rates are expected to continue rising. His forward-looking approach ensures that Sentry Commercial remains at the forefront of market changes, ready to seize new opportunities and navigate challenges.

We invite you to join us in celebrating Mark Duclos’s remarkable achievement as a 2024 Real Estate Power Player. This recognition is a testament to his hard work, dedication, and significant impact on the commercial real estate industry. Stay connected with Sentry Commercial for more updates and insights from our team.

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