Jose Juncadella provides a boutique
approach to every client. He is well
known for his integrity, hard work and
willingness to share his expertise of the
South Florida market with future professionals. In fact, in a society where
kindness, chivalry, and generosity of
time and resources can be scarce,
Juncadella offers those attributes in
He has consistently employed the latest technology tools to advance commercial real estate for the past
36 years. Juncadella took this approach a step further and shared
his knowledge with fellow brokers at SIOR National Conferences.
In recognition of this influence, SIOR awarded him the 2015
Innovator of the Year Award. Florida International University/FIU
awarded him Entrepreneur of the Year in 2015 and inducted him
into the FIU Business Hall of Fame.
Even in the midst of the 2009 recession, Juncadella maintained
Fairchild Partners as a privately owned independent company. He
has been influential in shaping the skyline of South Florida
through deals with Facebook, Ryder, Amazon, American Express
and Delta Airlines. Juncadella also served on the boards of SIOR
Florida, Commercial Industrial Association of South Florida and
Realtor’s Commercial Alliance.
He is currently the lead broker of three new industrial parks
consisting of 2. 8 million square feet of class-A industrial product.
Juncadella was the lead broker representing Centergate II, a
602,000-square-foot class-A industrial development in Hialeah
which was named NAIOP’s 2016 Building of the Year. In 2018, he
was involved in nearly 1 million square feet of sales and lease
From the very beginning of his real
estate career, Matt McGregor was an
original thinker, someone always seeking to break with tradition, embrace
new ideas and innovation, and leverage
technology in unexpected ways.
McGregor has participated in transac-
tions totaling more than 61 million
square feet throughout his career. He
and his brokerage partner Bill Condon
consistently rank among both Colliers’
Since 2012, he has been a faculty member of Colliers University,
the firm’s internal training platform, along with designing and
moderating presentations at Colliers’ Industrial Conferences.
McGregor also developed a specialized logistics and transporta-
tion solutions practice group within the Colliers industrial plat-
form. Following acceptance, he and the board determined a cer-
tification of expertise would infuse legitimacy. They developed a
curriculum that aligned with the logistics certification offered by
the University of Houston and provided classes taught by
University of Houston professors through Colliers University.
More than 100 Colliers brokers gained certification through this
program, which was recently recertified in partnership with
Georgia Institute of Technology.
McGregor has received many of the industry’s highest honors
and within Colliers, he’s been in the Everest Club for the past nine
years. McGregor’s first co-authored book was “Hiring a Commercial
Broker,” and his subsequent co-authored book with Condon is
“Exceeding Your Expectations: An Executive’s Guide to Finding
the Right Commercial Brokerage Team and How to Avoid a Real
Fred Meyer is the ultimate dealmaker
who has built lasting client relationships
and a network of brokerage connections around the globe. He routinely
earns recognition as a top referring
broker for the volume of inter-network
business he initiates within NAI Global.
Upon a finalized deal in Hawaii,
Meyer has now completed a transaction
in every state. During the past two years,
he completed 136 transactions totaling
3. 8 million square feet and $195 million in total volume.
Meyer excels in marketing distressed assets and managing
receiverships, and has a deep expertise in the corporate services
space. NAI Mertz has managed 100-plus receivership and workout
assignments during the past two years. Some of his clients include
TD Bank, C-III Capital, Mas Tec and Empire Today.
Meyer proudly champions a commitment to ethics, values, continuous learning and client retention. He serves as the director of
brokerage, heads up the firm’s corporate services team, is an SIOR,
a member of the NAI Industrial Council, and actively mentors
junior brokers. Meyer was named one of NAI Global’s 2018 top
producers and to the NAI Global Hall of Fame, and achieved NAI
Global Elite status on six occasions.
Meyer founded the CRESTAR Alliance, focused on threading
Six Sigma processes through the lifecycle of a real estate event.
Bret Hardy, Jim Linn and Kevin
Shannon team up on the sale of
Western US institutional quality industrial assets, the most coveted and supply-constrained property sector. So far
this year, the Newmark Knight Frank
team has completed $216 million in
industrial property sales totaling more
than 763,000 square feet as of the early
part of the second quarter. That number is already half of all of the industrial asset sales the team completed in 2018 (approximately $431
million and nearly 3. 24 million square feet).
Hardy joined the company in 2017 at the firm’s downtown Los
Angeles office, where he serves as an executive managing director
and member of the Western region capital markets team. He
focuses exclusively on managing institutional industrial investment
sales in the western region. A 27-year industry veteran, Hardy has
served as the lead broker on eight multistate/nationwide single-tenant portfolio dispositions and completed transactions with a
combined value of $4.6 billion. He brings a deep understanding of