Brandon Cohan is an established real estate advisor specializing in retail leasing, representing High Street Retail Property Owners and major retail brands as a Senior Associate in CBRE’s West LA office. With a focus on high street retail leasing and investment sales across Los Angeles, Brandon has the expertise in a range of real estate transactions, from the sale of trophy retail assets, to leasing every trophy street in both established and emerging neighborhoods. Brandon has had success completing transactions in the West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, West 3rd Street neighborhoods.
Brandon works with the most established brands on their expansion strategies, helping them find Flagship locations in A+ off-market locations. By creating an experience, shifting market perception, and drawing on his extensive tenant and landlord network to find the right mix, he is able to improve value for both retail businesses and landlords.
Working with successful start-up brands like Kreation Juicery, who he has taken from 1 to 16 retail locations across the Los Angeles area, Brandon understands the needs of the evolving retail client.
A native of Los Angeles, Brandon earned his commercial retail license at the age of 19 and while an undergraduate signed 4 leases with Caruso for Kreation and Mainland Poke. Brandon joined CBRE from Hilton & Hyland and has also worked for The Agency and BRC Advisors.
- University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
- Real Estate Licensed Salesperson - State of California
- International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) - Member
- Shake Shack –Downtown Burbank
- Joe & The Juice – West 3rd Street
- Buck Mason – Larchmont Blvd
- Groundwork Coffee – Larchmont Blvd & West 3rd Street, Los Angeles
- Mainland Poke – Marina Waterside, Beverly Drive, & Americana at Brand, Los Angeles
- Kreation Juicery – Abbot Kinney Blvd, Brentwood, West 3rd Street, Larchmont Blvd
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FULL SERVICE RESTAURANTS RISE TO THE TOP
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