CBRE Welcomes Retail Sales Team Specializing In Triple-Net Leased Properties In Orlando

CBRE announced that Andrew Jaworski and Torrey Campbell have joined its Orlando office, as a Vice President and Associate respectively, with the company’s Capital Markets group. They will focus on the sale of triple-net leased retail properties and small strips throughout the Orlando metro, and continue working on their multiple site-selection and sale-leaseback projects throughout the U.S.

Jaworski and Campbell join CBRE from Marcus & Millichap’s Net Lease group, where they structured sale-leaseback transactions, blend and extends along with site-selection projects for quick-service restaurants, automotive retail, and financial services, working with franchisees and corporations to help grow their footprint in Florida and throughout the nation.

“As brick-and-mortar retail sales continue their rebound in 2023, Andrew and Torrey are strategic additions to our Orlando office,” said CBRE Managing Director Jim Gray, Orlando market leader. “Their experience structuring complex sales and connections with retail operators, investors and developers in Florida and across the country will help grow CBRE’s retail market share in the metro.”

Jaworski has completed over $121 million in single-tenant net-lease and small retail center transactions in the last 12 months. He earned a Masters in Healthcare Services Administration and a Bachelors in Music from Rollins College.

Campbell is an alumnus of Auburn University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

“Despite incoming headwinds, retailers have the opportunity to become more active in markets like Orlando, where rapid population growth lets them build brand awareness at lower operating costs,” said Jaworski. “CBRE’s best-in-class platform and solid reputation in Orlando and globally will let us expand the depth and breadth of the services we provide to investors and operators.”



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