As a director with Newmark Knight Frank Retail, David Glickman serves retailers, landlords, developers and investors. With over 30 years of commercial real estate experience in development, retail and brokerage, Mr. Glickman provides best-in-class, result-driven services. He is often one of the top-performing retail brokers nationally at NKF, and he is consistently one of the most trusted and most active retail real estate brokers in western Pennsylvania.
Mr. Glickman represents national, regional and local retailers, restaurants and franchisees and assists with their store development and real estate needs for retail space, land, freestanding buildings, build-to-suits and turnkey developments. His retailer services include: development and placement strategies, competitive analysis, key market/trade-area research and identification, mapping, tenant mix strategies, customer/target market profiling, comprehensive site searches, rent/sale financial analysis, retailer and restaurant sales/performance data, market information, occupancy cost analysis and reduction strategies, target market demographic, psychographic and segmentation research and analysis, negotiations, financial analysis, development consulting, land and building due diligence and excess property disposition.
Additionally, Mr. Glickman represents a broad range of property owners and developers in the sale and leasing of land, freestanding buildings, specialty retail spaces and shopping centers, and he works with developers on every aspect of retail development. Mr. Glickman’s extensive retailer and broker network enables him to efficiently and effectively present properties to a wide range of tenants and buyers, and he draws on his marketing education and experience to design and implement comprehensive marketing campaigns.
Mr. Glickman’s professional affiliations include the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), multiple boards of directors, extensive community involvement and the Mayor of Pittsburgh Real Estate Team. He is frequently interviewed by the Pittsburgh Business Times, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and other periodicals, and he has served on the ICSC’s convention planning committee for over 15 years.
Mr. Glickman holds a Master of Business Administration degree in marketing from the University of Pittsburgh’s Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business. He previously attended Colorado State University’s College of Business, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with a concentration in finance.