As Senior Director focusing on Retail Tenant Representation in Franklin Street’s Atlanta office, Mr. Eisenman brings over a decade of experience to the retail real estate services business. In this role, he focuses on the representation of retail, restaurant and service occupiers, working with them in strategic growth and development through site selection, lease and purchase transaction and market planning.
Mr. Eisenman leads a team of professionals who provide services to clients ranging from publicly traded retailers and Fortune 500 players to local entrepreneurs, helping each to develop and implement their strategies, working to secure the best real estate and the most ideal economics possible. The team strives to meet and exceed their clients’ real estate needs and expectations through extensive market knowledge accumulated through experience, research and analysis in representing both landlords and tenants in their real estate needs.
Mr. Eisenman is one of Atlanta’s top retail real estate brokers and has also earned “top 10 status” in the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors Million Dollar Club on multiple occasions. He was a member of Colliers International’s “Everest Club” as one of the company’s top five percent of retail brokers nationally, and is a perennial CoStar “Retail Power Broker.”
Active in the retail industry, Mr. Eisenman is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and a co-founder of the Young Atlanta Retail Alliance. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees and chairs the Real Estate Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. Mr. Eisenman also enjoys opportunities to give his time and talents to various community organizations, including past work with the Atlanta Community Food Bank, The Mary Hall Freedom House, and Jewish Family and Career Services. He received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Georgia.
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