TerraCRG has tapped veteran Brooklyn broker Caroline Pardo to help lead its commercial leasing team, Commercial Observer has learned
Pardo started last week at the Brooklyn-focused brokerage as a managing director of the commercial leasing team. She comes from Ingram & Hebron, where she spent two years handling the leasing for SL Green Realty Corp.’s 16 Court Street and J.W. Mays’ properties in Downtown Brooklyn. Ingram & Hebron didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
Before that, the 39-year-old spent 11 years on the landlord side of the leasing game, first at Two Trees Management Company and later at Jamestown. During her decade at Two Trees, she became the managing director of the firm’s entire commercial leasing portfolio in Dumbo, Brooklyn, and at 50 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. She handled everything from marketing to closing deals and was heavily involved with bringing in big retail tenants like Urban Outfitters and Trader Joe’s to Two Trees properties in Downtown Brooklyn.
In her new role at TerraCRG, she is leading the growth and development of the commercial leasing team with the help of Chris Havens, who is the managing director of office leasing.
“We used to take exclusive representation on a specific space,” she said. “Now we’ll be focusing on larger-scale projects and growing the team.”
TerraCRG co-founder and CEO Ofer Cohen said Pardo “has a rare combination of extensive leasing transactional experience with such a strong Brooklyn sensibility; both will be incredible assets to our clients with office projects in Brooklyn.”
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