Brandon A. Logan

Senior Associate

Lic. 703612

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Brandon A. Logan joined CBRE in 2019 through its acquisition of REATA Real Estate. Brandon is principally responsible for the sale, purchase, and leasing of land, office, and retail property within the CBD, east side, underserved, and emerging markets. Brandon is a native San Antonian that found inspiration at the nexus of business, community, and mentorship, while carving a niche for himself as a social entrepreneur, advocate, and speaker on all topics relating to service, business, and diversity. Brandon’s accomplishments have been noted on local, national, and international levels. For his contributions, he has also received personal recognition from President Barack H. Obama, USAA, Essence Magazine, United Negro College Fund, Rotary International, and the United States Marine Corps.

Brandon graduated Cum Laude in three years from Grambling State University, where he focused his efforts on academics and athletics. Notably, he was named Grambling Football Scholar Athlete of the Year and was a contributing member of the 2005 national championship team. Since 2005, he has been an active member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and his accolades from the fraternity range from being awarded the Undergraduate Louisiana Scholar of the Year to receiving the highly coveted International Citizen of the Year. Brandon has also received the Beacon Award from Grambling State University, Distinguished Alumni Award from Grambling University National Alumni Association, and was the recipient of the Bayou Classic Marines’ Excellence in Leadership Award. Furthermore, he is a proud graduate of Harvard Business School’s Young American Leaders Program, FBI Citizens Academy, and Air War College’s National Security Forum. 

Brandon has a well-established record of giving his time to the long-term betterment of the San Antonio community. As Chairman of the 2016 San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, Brandon’s efforts elevated the standard of participation for the Nation’s largest MLK, Jr. March by increasing participation to a record of over 300,000 people and, simultaneously, raising over $400,000 in scholarships. As the 107th President of the Rotary Club of San Antonio, Brandon’s strategy was to address the most pressing issues affecting the advancement of humanity, while enhancing the quality of life for residents. Under his leadership, San Antonio’s first-ever outdoor ice-skating rink, the Rotary Ice Rink, was delivered to the central business district, all while raising over $300,000 and contributing 8,500 hours of service from Club membership to marginalized communities during the coronavirus pandemic. After being shaken by the tragic death of George Floyd, Brandon co-created and produced a documentary entitled “Living in My Skin” to help facilitate a better understanding to the community of what the American experience is like as a Black man or boy. This impactful film garnered the attention of PBS and, subsequently, the documentary has aired in local and national markets as a feature during Black History Month. As Tri-Chair of the 2022 City of San Antonio Bond Program, appointed by Mayor Ron Nirenberg, Brandon organized and engaged voters across the community to overwhelmingly pass six ballot propositions totaling $1.2 billion – the largest municipal bond program to date – delivering improved public infrastructure in streets, parks, drainage, facilities, and housing.


  • Grambling State University, College of Business
  • Harvard Business School

Pro Affiliations / Accreditations

  • Rotary Club of San Antonio
  • San Antonio Parks Foundation
  • United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County
  • San Antonio Early Childhood Education Municipal Development Corporation 
  • Valero Alamo Bowl
  • The Najim Charitable Foundation
  • Southwest Research Institute

Clients Represented

  • Martinez Street Women’s Center Conversa, LLC
  • Girls on the Run Bexar County
  • Braustin Holdings, LLC
  • The Shop Workspaces, LLC
  • Port San Antonio
  • On The Square Enterprises
  • Sarfani Commercial Advisors
  • VIA Metropolitan Transit
  • Kerberos International, Inc.
  • UP Partnership
  • Cubeta Law Group
  • Carol Clinic
  • Grace Avenue Church
  • Cardinal Joint Ventures
  • Hearst Newspapers, LLC
  • City of San Antonio
  • Weston Urban, LLC
  • RCG 454 Soledad
  • Texas Workforce Commission