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Alexander Green is an Associate in the Retail Leasing Division of Colliers International. Alexander joined the team in 2017 as a Research Analyst where he focused on canvassing, data entry, analysis and special projects. Recently, Alexander transitioned to brokerage, focusing on owner and tenant representation in the Tri-State Region. His team also concentrates in strategic planning, market analysis, tenant prospecting, site selection, lease structuring and negotiation, and space and property management.
Alexander’s passion for real estate comes from two previous generations of family in the industry. His tenant and landlord representation work includes representing Dunkin,’ Doğus, Roots Natural Kitchen and 2300 Broadway.
Alexander holds a Bachelor of Music from the Steinhardt School at New York University.
Memberships & Involvements
Alexander’s community work focuses on Music Education. He was a Teaching Artist for the Metropolitan Opera Guild and at the Mary McDowell Friends School, teaching music to children with severe learning challenges. He has worked with Rosie’s Theater Kids on musical projects as well.
David A. Green, Vice Chairman, co-leads Colliers International’s New York Retail group. He focuses on the marketing and leasing of retail space for property owners, as well as strategic planning, market analysis, and space acquisition for retail tenants in the Tri-State Region. Mr. Green is also charged with growing Colliers’ Retail practice in New York City and the surrounding region through relationship-building, talent recruitment, and expanded activity. He joined Colliers in 2016.
Over his 30-year real estate career, Mr. Green has represented many high-profile tenants and prominent owners in several of New York’s most outstanding retail transactions. Select landlords for whom he has acted as agent include Boston Properties (New York City retail portfolio including The General Motors Building at 767 Fifth Avenue); 650 Fifth Avenue Company (retail master lessor of 650 Fifth Avenue); J.D. Carlisle (Kips Bay Plaza and 160 Madison Avenue); Bow-Tie Partners (1530 Broadway); the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (Port Authority Bus Terminal); Status Capital (2 Herald Square); and The Carlyle Group and Crown Acquisitions (666 Fifth Avenue). Recent high-profile accomplishments include leases to Under Armour at The General Motors Building and Gap and Old Navy at 1530 Broadway; a long-term master lease of the retail space at 650 Fifth Avenue to an entity formed by SL Green and Jeff Sutton; and the leasing of the retail condominium at 666 Fifth Avenue to Hollister and Uniqlo.
Mr. Green’s tenant representation clients include Charles Schwab, De Beers, Garrett Popcorn, JPMorgan Chase, Swatch, Mango, Nintendo and Umami Burger.
C. Bradley Mendelson is a vice chairman in Colliers International’s New York Retail group. His focus is threefold: help retail tenants develop and execute strategic real estate plans in the Tri-State market, represent owners in the marketing and leasing of retail space, and, as co-leader of the Retail team, grow the firm’s resources and expertise in that industry across the region.
Mr. Mendelson is a knowledgeable and accomplished retail real estate professional, having acted on behalf of many prominent owners and high-profile tenants in the past. He recently leased approximately 125,000 square feet to Hollister, Uniqlo and Swatch at the retail condominium at 666 Fifth Avenue, which also contains a World of Zara flagship store. In addition, he previously represented ownership in the lease for Toys “R” Us’ famous Times Square store, as well as Footlocker and Swatch locations, at 1530 Broadway. Sixteen years later, he leased 75,000 square feet to Gap and Old Navy in the same building.
His owner clients include Amtrak, The Blackstone Group, Boston Properties, Bow-Tie Partners, The Carlyle Group, Crown Acquisitions, Cohen Brothers Realty, Hammerson Properties, J.D. Carlisle Development Corporation, Lendlease, MetLife, Metropolitan Partners, Paramount Group, Kushner Companies, The New 42nd Street, Orda Management, Reckson, Solow Management, Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Tishman Speyer Properties, The Trump Organization, and The Witkoff Group.
Mr. Mendelson’s ongoing relationship with Emerisque Partners is a highlight of his tenant representation experience. Among other tasks, he was retained to evaluate the company’s national real estate holdings and assist in the strategic acquisition, disposition and restructuring of its entire real estate portfolio. Other prominent tenant clients include Balducci’s, Bally Total Fitness, Bath and Body Works, Café Concepts/Fireman Hospitality Group, Calvin Klein, Charles Schwab, China Grill Management, Dreyfus Financial Services, Earl of Sandwich, Ecko, Kids City, The Limited Express, Planet Hollywood, Sony USA Inc., and Structure.
David Tricarico is an executive director in Colliers International’s New York office. He focuses on tenant and owner representation across the five boroughs of New York City and Nationally. Advising tenants, he assists in developing and executing real estate strategies in one of the most competitive markets in the world. Owners and investors benefit from his creative and analytical approach for asset positioning, repositioning, acquisition, and disposition. He joined Colliers in 2017
Michael Stone is an executive director in Colliers International’s New York Retail group. He focuses on tenant and owner representation in Manhattan, the outer boroughs and the Tri-State suburban markets, though he has completed strategic assignments in locations across the country. He joined Colliers in 2017 as a critical asset in the firm’s expansion of its regional retail platform.
Executive Managing Director
Thomas Citron serves as an Executive Managing Director at the New York headquarters of Colliers International, where he services the real estate needs of retail tenants and landlords on a local and national basis. Tom has handled major retail store expansions throughout New York City and other major markets throughout the United States.
Zach Nathan is a Director in Colliers International’s New York Retail Group. He markets available retail space for both owners and developers and represents local, regional, and international brands searching for flagship and strategically positioned retail locations in New York City. He joined Colliers in August 2017.
Tommy Botsaris is an Associate in Colliers International's New York Retail group. He specializes in landlord and tenant representation in the Tri-State Region. Mr. Botsaris primarily focuses on the marketing and leasing of retail space for property owners, with additional responsibilities for strategic planning, market analysis, tenant prospecting, and site selection.
Mr. Botsaris began at Colliers International in 2015 as a member of the first Accelerate Program, prior to joining the New York Retail group.
Jake Horowitz is an Director in the Retail Leasing Division of Colliers International, where he focuses on tenant and landlord representation in all five boroughs of New York City. Mr. Horowitz joined colliers in 2017.
Mr. Horowitz joined Colliers from Eastern Consolidated, where he served many retail clients across Manhattan. Jake also has a background in the restaurant business having worked as the manager of a restaurant for five years.
Jake also was selected as a leader of Colliers International Emerging Retail Leaders in 2020-2021.
Executive Managing Director
Franklin Wallach is an Executive Managing Director, Research & Business Development at Colliers. Franklin's role includes a focus on quarterly and monthly trends within the Manhattan and Brooklyn office markets while using multiple databases and maintaining contacts within the industry in order to provide in-depth market analysis to brokers and clients.
Franklin reports on the office market on a monthly and quarterly basis through analytical reports as well as presentations to tenants, landlords and the press. Data analyzed by Franklin includes: average asking rents, availability rates, concessions, absorption, tenants in the market, leasing activity, construction and future tenant demand. Franklin has been quoted by numerous periodicals including The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.
Franklin’s expertise in synthesizing data into important, poignant and understandable observations has led him to be a key ingredient on a number of wins over the years. He has also parlayed this skill into offering strategic advisory on existing assignments as well as creative planning for business development pursuits and opportunities. Franklin's business development role enables him to formally assist the Colliers' brokerage practice in the pursuit, development and execution of new business.
I joined Colliers in 2017 and work with the entire New York City Retail brokerage team. Prior to joining the retail team at Colliers, I held held retail research and business development positions at several competitor real estate services firms and started my career in 2013.