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Mr. Russell S. Bornstein

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Senior Vice President

Phone: (561) ***-****  
Email: r***@***.com
Local Address:  Boca Raton , Florida , United States
CB Richard Ellis Inc
400 South Hope Street 25Th Floor
Los Angeles , California 90071
United States

Company Description: CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc. is a commercial real estate services firm with full-service operations in major metropolitan areas worldwide. The Company offers a...   more

Employment History


  • B.B.A.
    St. Bonaventure University
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It's become "a landlord's market," said ... [cached]
It's become "a landlord's market," said Russell Bornstein, a senior vice president at commercial real estate firm CBRE. With retailers vying for remaining empty spaces, landlords have more leeway to choose who goes into their centers.
And as Miami-Dade County fills up or becomes too expensive for some retailers, they look for opportunities in Broward and Palm Beach counties, Bornstein said.
grubb & ellis | South Florida Office Brokers Association [cached]
Russ Bornstein Joins CBRE March 6, 2012, No comments
Russell Bornstein is the last one to leave of the original Commercial Florida group that Grubb & Ellis acquired in 1999. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MOR ...
Russ Bornstein Joins CBRE | South Florida Office Brokers Association [cached]
Russ Bornstein Joins CBRE Written by ADMIN on March 6, 2012 in News - No comments russ bornstein
Effective March 6, 2012, Russell Bornstein will join CBRE as Senior Vice President, Retail Brokerage. He will be based out of CBRE's Boca Raton office, located at 5355 Town Center Road.
Mr. Bornstein served as Senior Vice President with Grubb & Ellis Company since 1999, and is the last one to leave of the original Commercial Florida group that G&E acquired in 1999. The original group was comprised of George Sacks and Peter Reed, of Commercial Florida Realty, Mike Wilson, who recently joined CBRE, Tom Hotz of Butters Realty and Management, Ken Silberling of Danburg Management, and Russ Bornstein.
Russ entered the field of real estate in 1985 as Zepka Goldberg's managing and leasing agent for the NCNB Bank Building in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. As Zepka Goldberg expanded in the South Florida marketplace, Russ became the regional managing and leasing agent for several South Florida office and retail properties. He proceeded to represent various tenants seeking locations throughout South Florida. His expertise in this specialty quickly won him the reputation as one of South Florida's top commercial real estate professionals.
Russ's new contact information is:
Russell Bornstein Senior Vice President, Retail Brokerage CBRE 5355 Town Center Road, Suite 701 Boca Raton, Florida 33486
Office: 561.393.1638
Russell Bornstein, a senior ... [cached]
Russell Bornstein, a senior vice president at commercial real estate firm CBRE, said he helped a dermatologist leave his office within a multistory building and move into a shopping center in Delray Beach where there's more visibility. Business picked up significantly enough for the practice to expand about three months after moving, he said.
Salzman Real Estate Advisors [cached]
Broward and Palm Beach counties are poised for growth as available retail space becomes harder to find and more expensive to obtain in Miami-Dade County, said Russell Bornstein, a senior vice president at CBRE, a global real estate services firm.
"You are going to see Broward and Palm Beach counties catch fire like Miami did," Bornstein said.
Vacancy rates in Miami-Dade are around 3 percent, while Broward and Palm Beach are around 7 percent to 8 percent, he said. Asking rates for retail spaces in Miami-Dade are about $40 per square feet, compared with $18 to $20 in Broward and Palm Beach counties, according to Bornstein.
"Retailers that did not get into Miami-Dade County will push into Broward and Palm where there's still some opportunities," Bornstein said.
While few large retail centers will open this year in South Florida, several are likely to undergo redevelopment and upgrades, especially properties built around the 1970s and 1980s, Bornstein said.
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