DWNTWN Realty Advisors, the commercial real estate firm founded by Tony Arellano and Devlin Marinoff, expanded its team of entrepreneurial, data-driven market makers with the addition of Executive Lisa Ferrazza. A seasoned commercial real estate professional, Ferrazza specializes in retail leasing and landlord representation for institutional clients and private property owners throughout South Florida. Based in Miami, Ferrazza leverages her vast retail background, in-depth knowledge of trends and strong industry connections throughout the Southeast U.S. to deliver optimal results for clients across the nation. Before joining DWNTWN, Ferrazza worked with Madison Marquette as a consultant on significant redevelopments. She also served as Vice President with CBRE, focusing on landlord representation, repositioning and new business development.
While at CBRE, Ferrazza worked with numerous institutional clients such as Invesco, TIAA-CREF and UBS. She oversaw a portfolio of Class A retail properties totaling more than 1.5 million square feet. During her time with the firm, Ferrazza earned many accolades including being named a “Top Five Producer,” Top Leasing Broker and winner of the company’s annual Shining Star Award.
“Lisa Ferrazza significantly bolsters our growing team of retail experts during a pivotal time for the sector,” Arellano and Marinoff said. “She brings an in-depth understanding of broader retail trends, unparalleled relationships and valuable experience that our clients will greatly benefit from.”
Ferrazza’s substantial retail industry involvement includes membership in the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). She has also been recognized as a CoStar Power Broker, which honors top commercial real estate professionals. ]]>
“I could not pass up the opportunity to join such a dynamic group of talented real estate professionals,” Ferrazza said. “In a short period of time, DWNTWN has already disrupted the brokerage industry by taking a big-picture approach to advisory services, carefully considering how each individual transaction or project fits into the overall fabric of a neighborhood.”
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