Based in Atlanta, Sam Hollis, Ken Ashley, and Sarah Momberg specialize in commercial
real estate advisory and transaction services. Through a thorough understanding of their
client’s business, they bring a long-term perspective and use their experience and market
knowledge to align their client’s business objectives with its real estate portfolio.
They are committed to finding creative solutions and consistently delivering effective results
for their clients.
Sam Hollis is a senior partner with the practice group and leads its transaction efforts,
overall strategy, and business development.
Ken Ashley is a senior partner with the practice group and is a responsible for creating new
relationships, and delivering integrated real estate solutions to corporate tenants on a
Sarah Momberg joined the team in 2010 and provides transaction and lease analysis along
with client account management.
As an advocate and advisor for companies who lease or own real estate, Mr. Ashley has worked
for over 15 years to help business leadership translate business strategy into real estate
solutions that helps not only cut cost but boost profits. He believes that real estate
can enable high level business performance and, when properly executed, serve to differentiate
smart companies from their competition. Mr. Ashley has assisted clients in procuring more
than 30 million square feet of real estate. He applies a strategic, yet common sense
approach to delivering results oriented solutions to clients. This approach allows C&W to
develop long-term consultative relationships focused on a high level real estate strategy
rather than simply finding space and negotiating a transaction from a limited one-time
Mr. Ashley, an Eagle Scout, serves on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Area Council of
the Boy Scouts and is also one of 20 members of their National Properties Committee. He
is a recipient of the Silver Beaver Award, the highest award a local council can bestow upon a
volunteer. Mr. Ashley also serves on the Board of Governors for the City Club of
Buckhead. He attends Alpharetta First United Methodist Church where he serves on the Nominating
committee. He and his wife, and four children reside in the Atlanta suburb of Dunwoody.
Samuel Hollis Jr.
Sam Hollis joined Cushman & Wakefield in 1987 where he is a Senior Director and
shareholder of the firm. He is a senior partner in a four person commercial real estate
advisory practice within Cushman & Wakefield’s Brokerage Services Group. Mr.
Hollis and his team focus on advising users of commercial real estate through the development
and execution of creative strategies that are aligned with and support the business objectives
of the client.
Mr. Hollis has lead his clients through a variety of real estate assignments both in Atlanta
and throughout the country including space acquisition and disposition, land acquisition and
disposition, build to suits, and the restructuring of leases. Specialties include tenant
representation and mission critical facilities. Mr. Hollis works with both local and
regional clients based in Atlanta and with corporate clients that have a national and
international presence. The hallmark of Mr. Hollis’ success has been his commitment
to his client relationships as a trusted advisor and to all aspects of their needs, whether
large or small.
A 1983 graduate of Washington & Lee University, Mr. Hollis is a member of
C&W’s Mission Critical Practice Group, CoreNet Atlanta (Commercial Real
Estate’s leading organization), and has completed numerous CCIM courses.
Mr. Hollis serves on the Board of Directors of the A.G. Rhodes Health & Rehad Center, is
a member and Usher at St. Philips Cathedral, is past President of the Washington & Lee
Atlanta Alumni Association, a past Board Member of the Piedmont Driving Club, and was chair of
the Lovett School Annual Fund campaign. Other charity involvement includes the Georgia
Trust for Historic Preservation, Atlanta Charity Clays, the Woodruff Arts Center, and the
Sarah Momberg is an Associate in Cushman & Wakefield’s Brokerage Services Group
and has been with the company since 2007. Her team specializes in commercial real estate
advisory and transaction management. Ms. Momberg provides tenant representation and
consultation services to national and local clients.
Prior to joining the Transaction Services Group, Ms. Momberg worked for Cushman &
Wakefield’s Client Solutions and Apartment Services Groups where she assisted in the
management and leasing of over 15.4 million SF of office and industrial properties and the sale
of over $3.1 billion in multi-family housing properties. She utilized her financial,
analytical, and marketing skills to determine property values and produce various marketing
Ms. Momberg graduated from the University of Florida in 2007. She earned a Bachelor of Science
in Food & Resource Economics with a concentration in Agribusiness Management &