CBRE’s New Jersey team is based at 250 Pehle Ave. in Saddle Brook — Courtesy: CBRE
By Joshua Burd
CBRE has hired a veteran broker and leasing executive as the latest member of its industrial and logistics advisory team in New Jersey.
The firm on Thursday said Brian Golden joins its team as an executive vice president, specializing in institutional landlord and tenant representation. Formerly of JLL, he comes to CBRE’s Saddle Brook-based unit and will represent clients in developing and implementing real estate strategies throughout the Northeast.
“Brian’s addition to our industrial and logistics advisory team further enhances our ability to deliver superior outcomes to our clients throughout the Northeast region,” said Jeffrey Hipschman, CBRE’s senior managing director in New Jersey. “He is a trusted adviser to many institutional owners and occupiers, with a long track record of delivering outstanding results.”
Golden most recently was an executive managing director with JLL, representing clients in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Previously, was a senior leasing manager in New Jersey for Prologis, overseeing leasing activity for more than 20 million square feet of industrial and warehouse space.
His past positions also include director of leasing for Mack-Cali Realty Corp., where he handled leasing activity for more than 4 million square feet of office space.
“Brian’s deep experience in leasing, development, finance and asset management enables him to provide unmatched expertise to clients,” said Matt Van Buren, president of CBRE’s New York tristate. “His joining our team continues our long-term commitment to providing our clients with both broad and deep real estate knowledge and market expertise.”
Golden holds a bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Richmond, is a licensed real estate broker in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and is active with NAIOP. He lives in Shrewsbury with his wife and three children, coaching soccer and ice hockey and volunteering as the treasurer of his town’s recreation committee.