Jeremy  Zidell

Executive Vice President | Brokerage

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Jeremy  Zidell
With a dual purpose in both tenant representation and project leasing, Jeremy Zidell maintains brokerage relationships with some of the nation’s top retailers,
as an Executive Vice President with the company’s brokerage.

In recent years, he has been integral in the expansion plans of a diverse set of retailers ranging from Equinox, SoulCycle, sweetgreen, Mendocino Farms, Juiceland, Space.NK, and Forty Five Ten to Chase Bank, Dunkin Donuts, Pollo Tropical, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Tuesday Morning, including numerous regional and local concepts. Over the past five years, Jeremy has helped create
and implement the national expansion strategies for both Rally House and Visionworks, transacting over 300 leases in aggregate for those clients and during that same period.

In 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014 2015, and 2016 he transacted more deals than anyone else in the firm [including a record 138 in 2015] and was also the top overall producer in the company in 2015 & 2016.

Zidell has been privileged to work with landlords and developers such as Simon, General Growth, Developers Diversified, Kimco, Inland, Westfield, and Vornado. He has played a vital role in developments including the 925,000 SF Arlington Highlands which was voted Best New Retail Development in DFW in 2006 by the Dallas Business Journal. He additionally facilitated the leasing for the combined 600,000 SF Flower Mound projects inclusive of Highlands Ranch and Robertson’s Creek; the 360,000 SF Weatherford Ridge power center; and is currently working on the 700,000 SF Village at Cumberland Park project in Tyler, Texas. He has also handled the leasing and repositioning of high-profile
infill urban projects such as Henderson Avenue and Lowest Greenville.

Zidell maintains an active role in the real estate community as exemplified by his involvement in International Council of Shopping Centers [ICSC], NTCAR, the Texas Real Estate Commission and Retail Deal Makers.

He has also happily volunteered over 100 hours of at Children’s Hospital and is an active participant in Young Texans Against Cancer. Most recently, Jeremy became the President-Elect of The Friends of the Wilkinson Center and was awarded a seat on the Board of the Wilkinson Center.

Zidell graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in business with an additional focus in Spanish from The University of Texas at
Austin in May of 2003.