Mr. Feldman has been the president and CEO of Feldman Equities since 1990. From 1997 until 1999, he was the founder of, and served as the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Tower Realty Trust, a publicly traded REIT (NYSE: “TOW”).
From 2004 to 2009, Mr. Feldman served as Chairman of Feldman Mall Properties, Inc. a publicly traded REIT (NYSE: “FMP”) . He is also the founder and former Chairman of the Midtown West Association of New York City. Mr. Feldman was formerly a member of the Board of East Woods School in Oyster Bay NY. He graduated from Windham College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics. Mr. Feldman has lectured at the graduate schools of N.Y.U. and Columbia University on commercial real estate development.
Mr. Feldman has been directly responsible for the management, development or acquisition of over 11 million square feet of real estate with an aggregate value of over $3 billion dollars during a career spanning over 30 years in the commercial real estate business. Mr. Feldman’s primary focus over his career has been on the acquisition and redevelopment of turnaround real estate.
Executive Vice President Leasing & Marketing
Baharea Larsen is Executive Vice President of Leasing and Marketing for Feldman Equities. Specializing in repositioning and leasing office properties, Baharea has 14 years of experience in the Tampa Bay market and is currently oversees over 2 million square feet.
Prior to her role at Feldman Equities Baharea was a Vice President of leasing at Redstone Development where she focused on identifying build-to-suit opportunities and agency leasing. Before Redstone she was a Senior Associate with Cushman and Wakefield where she received the 2012 Cushman and Wakefield’s deal of the year and 2012 NAIOP’s office deal of the year.
Throughout her career Baharea has been involved with professional organizations such as NAIOP, Leadership Tampa Bay, Gateway Chamber of Commerce, and FGCAR. She earned a B.S. degree with a double major in Real Estate and Marketing from Florida State University.