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Real Estate’s 10 Under 40 (Andy Misiaveg)
| BY MICHAEL FICKES
Chain Store Age’s annual search for 10 retail real estate stars under the age of 40 years resulted in this: Ten youthful, creative, hard-charging industry executives.
Some are retailers, others are brokers or from shopping center companies. Three are women. One is under the age of 30. There’s a single Canadian in the bunch. Two work for CBRE. Each has studied the business, sought out mentors, and researched and taken on the issues of the day.
These are the rising stars that will become tomorrow’s mentors and teachers. Watch them as they flourish.
Andy Misiaveg, age 38
Partner, The Shopping Center Group
Charlotte, North Carolina
Andy Misiaveg made partner with The Shopping Center Group (TSCG) in 2005. One of the youngest partners in the company, today he is lead partner in the Charlotte office of the Atlanta-based company.
Misiaveg started in the Charlotte office as a broker associate in 1999 after graduating from Clemson University with a degree in psychology. “I trained for a year with a partner and focused on tenant representation,” he said.
Today, Misiaveg looks ahead to working with other brokers in the office to find and train new team members and grow the firm’s book of business. “We also plan to help train and lead other brokers in the company’s Carolina division, which includes three offices.”
Currently, Misiaveg’s team represents 30-plus retail and restaurant concepts that are expanding across the Carolinas. The team also consults with developers and handles leasing and landlord representation assignments.
Original (full) article appeared here.