The Florida-native brings nearly a decade of experience to Bridge, along with a knack for sourcing off-market transactions
MIAMI, FL – (October 12, 2021) — Bridge Industrial (“Bridge”), a privately-owned, vertically integrated real estate operating company and investment manager, today announced the appointment of John Forman as Senior Director of Acquisitions. The Florida-native brings nearly a decade of experience to his new role. He will be based out of Bridge Industrial’s Miami office and responsible for supporting all aspects of the development process across the region, including acquisition, leasing and disposition.
“We welcome John to our expanding South Florida team,” said Kevin Carroll, Partner, Southeast Region for Bridge Industrial. “He brings a stellar reputation and has a particular knack for sourcing untapped development opportunities, which is critical as we look to continue to grow our world-class industrial portfolio in one of the nation’s most in-demand logistics markets.”
Prior to joining Bridge, Forman worked as a Senior Sales Associate at Berger Commercial Realty Corp./CORFAC International, specifically focused on representing sellers, buyers, and landlords with their industrial real estate needs.
Forman is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Management with a focus in Entrepreneurship. Forman holds a Florida Real Estate Sales Associate License and is a member of the NAIOP South Florida Chapter.
Earlier this year, Bridge welcomed Stephanie Echazabal and Carlos Rodriguez to its growing asset management team in South Florida, which currently manages an approximately 5 million-square-foot portfolio of Class-A industrial space across the region.
Bridge is one of South Florida’s most active industrial real estate developers. The company has acquired approximately 500 acres in 16 separate transactions throughout Miami Dade and Broward Counties and delivered approximately 7 million square feet of Class-A industrial space across the region since entering the market in 2012. The company’s current South Florida portfolio spans more than 5 million square feet of company-owned and third-party managed properties.