SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR WINNER
BROOKFIELD PROPERTY PARTNERS
David Foley, who has developed and managed Global Real Estate Operations for corporate functions of Real Estate Operations, Business Continuity, Security & Life Safety, and Critical Infrastructure for Brookfield Property Partners, is currently responsible for overall operations of the California Market Center (CMC), a newly acquired asset for Brookfield located in the Fashion District of downtown Los Angeles. Foley brings to CMC his expertise in turning around organizations through the combined approach of strengthening management talent and developing world class teams to sustain the organizations needs well into the future.
CMC is the hub of LA’s fashion and creative communities. The 1.8-million square foot complex is home to fashion showrooms, creative offices, event venues, and businesses catering to the DTLA community, including eateries, specialty shops, a fitness studio and more. CMC was established in the early 1960s by the Morse family as the first wholesale fashion showroom “mart” on the West Coast. Today, under Foley’s stewardship, CMC continues to serve as the industry’s primary center for fashion business in Los Angeles, housing hundreds of showrooms that represent the LA Fashion District’s largest selection of brands for women, men and kids. As the fashion industry marketplace on the West Coast, CMC is host to a year-long calendar of prominent markets and tradeshows, including LA Market Week, LA Kids Market, LA Majors Market, LA Men’s Market, and is the producer of LA Textile, Label Array, and more.
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