Patrick Breslin, executive vice president in Studley’s New York office, knows a thing or two about overcoming retail leasing challenges. GlobeSt.com caught up with Breslin to get his thoughts on obstacles—and overcoming those obstacles—in part two of our exclusive interview. If you missed part one, “What Miami Retail Agents Can Learn From New Yorkers," you can still glean from Breslin’s wisdom there.
GlobeSt.com: How do you approach retail real estate leasing transactions? And is it any different than how other firms approach it?
Breslin: It is important to know all the details of the client’s business, from the goods they carry, the desired retail style to the executives and the market. Especially in New York, a client’s success can change from block to block. Studley’s commitment to tenant representation allows me to advocate for my client, and give honest analysis based on their individual goals.
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