Mr. Ryan Karlin was promoted to President of Stiles Retail Group in 2017. With more than 14 years of commercial real estate experience, Mr. Karlin has been directly involved in completing more than 200 transactions totaling more than 2,000,000 square feet. Additionally, he has been instrumental in winning more than 1,000,000 square feet of third-party leasing assignments. He plays an integral role in leveraging opportunities and serving clients effectively.
Ryan Karlin, who has held roles of increasing responsibility in both retail brokerage and development throughout his 14-year career at Stiles, has been promoted to President of Stiles Retail Group. Focused on expanding Stiles' retail development pipeline across the Southeast, Karlin will build upon the company's portfolio of approximately 4 million square feet of grocery-anchored and other large-format shopping centers. Karlin will oversee the group's operations, strategy, development and redevelopment activities. In addition, several Stiles veteran development associates have transitioned to Stiles Retail Group and will be responsible for project execution.
Mr. Karlin began his career in commercial real estate with Stiles in January 2003 as a Leasing Agent. He was promoted to Director of Leasing in 2007 and recently appointed to his current position.
Mr. Karlin holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Florida State University and is a Licensed Florida Real Estate Salesperson.
Professional Affiliations: International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Member; ICSC Next Generation Committee for Palm Beach County Member.
Stiles, a Florida-based full-service commercial real estate firm, today started construction on West Lake Commons, an approximate $35 million Publix grocery store-anchored retail shopping center in Hollywood, Fla.
Stiles, a Fort Lauderdale-based full service real estate development firm established in 1951, announced today new appointments to its senior management team that will expand the company's retail development platform while driving further growth to its read more