NAI Hallmark Partners
6675 Corporate Center Parkway
Suite 100

Jacksonville, FL United States 32216
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Bryan Mickler
Vice President, Retail Brokerage

Specialties: Retail

Scope of Service Experience
Bryan Mickler joined NAI Hallmark Partners in 2013 bringing 14 years of experience in commercial real estate. As Vice President of Retail Brokerage, his responsibilities include the leasing and marketing of grocery anchored shopping centers, mixed-use urban infill sites, ground up retail developments, and power centers in the Jacksonville and Northeast Florida markets. Mr. Mickler takes a strategic approach throughout the leasing process with a focus on analyzing the local trade areas, performing void analysis, creating target lists, canvassing local markets, and negotiating deals. He works with a large portfolio of landlord clients consisting of institutional and local property owners such as Island Capital Group and MetLife. Additionally, Mr. Mickler has extensive experience representing tenants, both large and small including, Global Diamonds, Unisource, and Cricket Wireless.
Background & Experience
Mr. Mickler is a Jacksonville native and an 8th-generation Floridian. He started his career as a commercial real estate broker at Nussbaum and Sons Realtors. He later served as a principal in Pedestrian Properties where he created the concept for and then developed and managed the Brooklyn Contemporary Arts Center. In addition to owning his own commercial properties, Mr. Mickler worked as a property manager for the Cesery Companies.
Education
Mr. Mickler is a graduate of The Bolles School and the University of Georgia. He has been a Florida licensed real estate broker for almost 20 years.
Professional Associations & Designations
Mr. Mickler is a member of ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers), NAIOP Northeast Florida, and is active in the community. He is also serves on various local boards and is the President of the San Marco Preservation Society.

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