SRS Real Estate Welcomes New First Vice President in Tampa

Thomas Michael McNamara recently joined SRS Real Estate Partners’ Tampa office as First Vice President.

Thomas Michael McNamara recently joined SRS Real Estate Partners’ Tampa office as first vice president.

Headquartered in Dallas, SRS Real Estate Partners is exclusively dedicated to retail services, and it is the largest real estate company of this kind in the U.S. The firm has more than 20 offices worldwide and provides brokerage, corporate, development, management and investment services.

The new first vice president’s responsibilities will include providing tenant representation, landlord representation and land brokerage services across Tampa Bay and Central Florida. McNamara is an experienced a veteran as he has more than 23 years behind his back in the commercial real estate industry. He had most recently worked with Sperry Van Ness as a senior advisor specializing in the sale and leasing of retail, office and industrial properties in the Sarasota, Orlando and Tampa Bay markets.

McNamara is from Orlando by birth but he’s been living in Tampa for several years. He has a master’s degree from the University of Central Florida, and he also acquired a bachelor’s degree from Florida State University. He is member of the International Council of Shopping Centers as well as NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. He has previously been working as the on-site real estate consultant for Hughes Supply, a Fortune 500 company acquired by Home Depot. At Hughes he directed site selection, leasing and transaction analysis among other aspects of real estate transactions. McNamara has also managed leasing and sales for a 500,000- square-foot office and retail center.

John Artope, executive vice president and market leader for the Orlando, South Florida and Tampa offices takes delight in McNamara’s transfer. They are “pleased to bring in a broker with such a strong background,” he said in a statement. “Michael is going to do great things for the Tampa office,” he added.

Photo Credits: T. Michael McNamara via Facebook