Allegro Expands Real Estate Services to Columbus | Local News
Cleveland-based Allegro Real Estate Brokers & Advisors is a commercial real estate brokerage and advisory services firm with a tenant-centric commercial real estate company in Columbus that has a presence in the central Ohio market.
20S from Place du Capitole. The new Third Street office, which opened on May 1, is Allegro’s first physical presence outside of Cleveland.
Michael Cantor, Managing Director and Director of Allegro, told Columbus Jewish News about ideas for expansion that emerged from the company’s 20-year commitment to Greater Columbus Enterprise Services clients. Allegro celebrated his 20th birthday in July.
“Over the past few years we have been working on large scale transactions in the Greater Columbus area and realized that there was no company like us in this market,” he led Allegro in his decision to develop. Canter said. “I had the opportunity to open a physical store.
He said the decision to relocate to downtown Columbus stemmed from the city’s many local connections that were critical to the company’s work.
“A lot of our opportunities come from relationships with law firms and other professional service firms, many of which are in downtown Columbus,” said Park Synagogue, a Cleveland suburb of Cleveland Heights and Pepper Pike. Said Canter, member of. .. “Additionally, in our experience, people interested in entering or finding employment in the commercial real estate services industry tend to prefer being in a downtown environment.
The Columbus office reflects the company’s services in Cleveland, including corporate real estate outsourcing, tenant and buyer agency, and advisory services.
Currently, several Cleveland employees are working in the new office. According to Cantor, the company is actively seeking talent from Columbus to help offices find the foundation quickly. Cantor’s goal is to grow the Columbus office to approximately 5-7 employees over the next several years.
“Our hope is to recreate the kind of growth the Columbus office did in Cleveland 20 years ago,” Cantor said. “I develop it through large corporate accounts and tenant agency transactions. “
Cantor announced the potential for the emergence of additional Allegro offices not only in the state, but across the country.
“About half of our work is done in Ohio each year, and the other half is national and international,” Canter explains. “If we can prove that we have successfully opened an office in Columbus, we will be able to replicate the model in other markets. “