CBRE Recruits Retail Specialist Whit Jordan in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO – October 4, 2016 CBRE Group, Inc. announces that Whit Jordan, an accomplished retail leasing professional in San Antonio, has joined the company as Vice President of Retail Services. He joins CBRE’s growing retail business, which now has more than 500 professionals in the Americas actively working with more than 1,300 retailers.

Mr. Jordan joins CBRE from DuWest Realty, where he leased a more than one-million-square-foot retail space, including the Alamo Ranch power center. Prior to DuWest Realty, he represented retail landlords and occupiers at REATA Real Estate Services for six years.  Additionally, he has worked on tenant representation accounts for Zoe’s Kitchen, Aveda Salons, Total Nutrition, Brass Tap and CVS Pharmacy. He is also well versed on the development side through his experience at Armstrong Development and Transwestern.

“We are very excited to add Whit Jordan to our Central Texas retail team. Whit’s deep relationships with retailers and industry professionals across the region, as well as his integrity and hard work, definitely set him apart,” said Daniel Taylor, Texas-Oklahoma Managing Director, Retail, CBRE. “His unique ability to drive business development will allow us to continue to grow our brand in San Antonio. Whit’s ability to quickly diagnose client issues, creatively deploy winning solutions and effectively communicate will be instrumental to his continued success. Whit is a valuable teammate and the type of person that makes the CBRE culture great.”

“It’s a great time to join CBRE because of the innovative tools and resources now available to help me better serve my clients, including our location-analytics technology,” said Mr. Jordan.

Mr. Jordan is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), a founding member of Young Texans Against Cancer (YTAC) San Antonio Chapter and a volunteer for the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. He received his Bachelor of Arts in government with a minor in business from the University of Texas at Austin.

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