BBX Industrial in Fort Lauderdale Names Brent Albertson Senior Vice President of Development
The move will coincide with the company opening a regional office in Orlando
BBX Industrial, a division of BBX Capital Real Estate, recently appointed Brent Albertson as its Senior Vice President of Development. Albertson (pictured) brings over 25 years of real estate experience in the development, capital improvement planning and turnkey project execution to BBX Industrial, which focuses on industrial real estate development in Florida. His background includes senior development leadership positions within numerous public and private real estate companies across multiple industrial developments and large-scale land development enterprises. His key responsibilities will lead all day-to-day development and construction efforts out of the company’s new regional office in Orlando.
“Brent is a powerful addition to our team, and we’re very excited to welcome him to BBX Industrial,” says Mark G. Levy, President of BBX Industrial. “He is a high-impact leader and strategist, with a wealth of industrial real estate development knowledge, market expertise, and long-standing history of exceeding established budgetary, quality, and schedule constraints while consistently surpassing customer expectations. Full life cycle execution is absolutely paramount to the success of any real estate development organization, and we are laser-focused on building a best-in-class team, bar none. In keeping with this commitment, we are incredibly fortunate to have a person of Brent’s caliber and expertise on our team and are pleased to welcome him to BBX.”
Albertson has held various executive leadership roles with Duke Realty Corporation, McDonald Development Company, The Ryland Group and FINFROCK Industries, focusing on development and infrastructure project management/construction. Most recently, he was the VP of Development at The Viera Company and led the land development team at the Viera Master Planned Community in Viera, Florida, which is ranked No. 16 in the U.S. and No. 5 in Florida according to RCLCO’s top 50 Master-Planned Communities (MPCs) across the United States. He is a graduate of Cornell University holding a Bachelor of Science in Civil & Environmental Engineering.