Ryan Holtzman Named to Real Estate Forum’s Fifty Under 40

DSC_0292Taylor & Mathis Leasing Director Ryan Holtzman has been named to Real Estate Forum’s Fifty Under 40 list. He was selected from a pool of more than 500 young professionals representing the cream of the crop of the commercial real estate industry.

“Ryan is the ultimate professional. He works hard, keeps his clients happy and has the ability to make everyone feel good in a transaction, which is a true talent. Over the last decade, he has negotiated major leases worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Ryan’s one of the best landlord brokers in South Florida.”  – T&M Principal Brian Gale

Year after year, Holtzman continues to be one of the top commercial real estate producers in the Miami market. The majority of top producers in his field are in their 40s, 50s and 60s, and Holtzman negotiates toe-to-toe with the best of the best. He joined Taylor & Mathis shortly out of college and is in his ninth year as director of leasing, specializing in landlord representation on more than four million square feet of  office space. In 2014 alone, Holtzman and his team completed 572,074 square feet of noteworthy office leasing deals. His goal is to grow Taylor & Mathis’ current portfolio of 12 million square feet to 20 million within the next five years. Holtzman is co-chair of Baptist Children’s Hospital’s Heroes golf tournament and co-chair of the South Miami Hospital Kidz Medical Services Mercury Ball benefiting the South Miami Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. A previous event raised more than $350,000 in one night.

“They are the future of our industry and, in some ways; the future is now, as young professionals are in the trenches, shaping the thinking and direction of commercial real estate. These young leaders have a drive and determination that is equal to and, in many ways, unmatched to that of their older counterparts. They’ve combined an uncanny knack for using the best of established traditions with finding ways of turning those traditions on their heads when adding their own creative spins to the equation. Their zest for giving back and innovation is an inspiration to those who have been in the business for a good many years. And, their outlook on the business is refreshing and invigorating to watch. With these leaders as the face of the industry for the next generation, it is safe to say the industry is in very good hands.”   Lisa Brown, Real Estate Forum

 

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