Industry Veteran Perry GraBois Joins Metro Commercial Real Estate


Industry Veteran Perry GraBoisJoins Metro Commercial Real Estate

Mount Laurel, NJ – March 9, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — Metro Commercial Real Estate, Inc. is pleased to announce that Perry S. GraBois has joined its full-service brokerage team where he will expand the firm’s presence in Central and Northern New Jersey.

A well-known 14-year veteran of the retail real estate industry, GraBois will focus on representing first-class national retailers as well as leasing prominent shopping centers throughout the region.  He was most recently at Fameco Real Estate where he spent 8 years as one of the top producers for that company.  He has completed transactions totaling over $300 million in value, and has valuable expertise in tenant representation and property marketing for both existing centers and new-construction properties.

Prior to Fameco, GraBois was a leasing agent with Garrick-Aug Associates.  While no longer in existence, Garrick-Aug Associates was formerly the top leasing retail brokerage firm in the New York Tri-State area.

GraBois is a graduate of Penn State University, and is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC).

“Having completed over 200 real estate transactions, Perry brings a diverse and knowledgeable background in all facets of leasing, development and investment sales,” said Steven Gartner, president of Metro Commercial Real Estate.  “We are delighted in having him join our team.”

About Metro Commercial
Metro Commercial is one of the largest full-service retail real estate firms in the region with transaction considerations exceeding $1.1 billion. Metro Commercial specializes in retail tenant representation, shopping center leasing, property management, and investment property sales. With 3 offices located in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Metro Commercial currently represents nearly 50 national retailers and serves as the exclusive leasing agent for more than 200 properties, totaling nearly 20 million square feet.

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