Brian Batchelder Joins Berger Commercial Realty As Vice President Of Brokerage

Oct 02, 2017 No Comments by

Berger Commercial Realty/CORFAC International recently welcomed Vice President of Brokerage Brian Batchelder to the team.

A Florida licensed real estate broker and South Florida native, Batchelder brings more than 17 years of industry experience to the full service commercial real estate firm. Brian will be based at the firm’s Palm Beach County office, where he will handle leasing assignments totaling 500,000 square feet of space.

Batchelder previously served as vice president at Stiles Realty, where he was responsible for multiple leasing and sales assignments totaling nearly one million square-feet of space. Some of his notable clients include the State of Florida, Allstate Insurance, Office Depot, Kodak, Nationwide Insurance, UAIG and Holy Cross Hospital. Prior to Stiles, Batchelder facilitated more than $200 million worth of lease and sales transactions at CBRE.


“Brian’s successful track record of representing high-profile landlords as well as local companies is a testament to his extensive market knowledge, industry expertise and adaptability,” said Berger Commercial Realty President Lloyd Berger.

Batchelder is a member of NAIOP South Florida and serves on the board of directors for Holiday Park Little League. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Florida Atlantic University and gained proficiency in Spanish at Academia Hispano Americana in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.




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