Recipe for Success with Guest Greg Martin, Avison Young
Just as there are no two recipes that contain the exact same ingredients or measurements, there are no two success stories exactly the same. Recipe For Success features entrepreneurs, visionary leaders and innovators of all ages who will share their ingredients that make them successful – personally and professionally.
Let's get cooking! During his 25-year career in the commercial real estate brokerage industry, Greg Martin has specialized in the leasing of office buildings in Broward and Palm Beach counties on behalf of institutional clients, public and private companies, and individual investors. Over the past four years, Greg and his team have represented over 3.5 million square feet of class A & B office product in the area.
Before joining Avison Young, Greg served as Senior Vice-President with Flagler Real Estate Services for two years, and he spent a total of 16 years with Cushman & Wakefield and CBRE. With experience in building sales and tenant representation, Greg has a diverse background that includes marketing and promotions, enabling him to serve clients with a variety of requirements. Current and past clients include: TIAA-CREF, SunTrust Bank, Clarion Partners, TA Associates, Mainstreet Capital Partners, DRA Advisors, Banyan Street Capital, Raith Capital Partners, Vanderbilt Properties, Starwood, True North, LFC Development, PGIM, Stiles Corporation, and The Alter Group.
During his career, Greg has earned several industry awards and recognition, including NAIOP Broker of the Year (2005 & 2013). In 2017, Greg served as the president of NAIOP’s South Florida chapter and was honored with the National Chapter President of the Year award at their national meeting. Greg also served as chairman of the board for a local charity named Taylor's Closet, where he helped facilitate a recent move into a new facility. Most recently, Greg has been appointed to the City of Fort Lauderdale Parks & Recreation Advisory Board.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, where he was also a four-year letterman on the varsity men’s basketball team.
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