Senior Vice President, Retail Corporate Services
Matthew DeBartolomeis is a Senior Vice President with the Retail Corporate Services division. Matthew’s team has developed a custom program representing national retailers and franchisors. The program involves all aspects of real estate to include market strategy, site selection, transaction management and deal negotiations handling over 250 transactions in the last four years. Matthew is a trusted advisor for multiple national retail brands for their market strategy and site selection. His multi-market coverage provides his clients with an all-encompassing approach that evaluates regional and national trends, distilling the optimal solution in each unique scenario.
Prior to joining JLL, Matthew was a First Vice President with CBRE’s Advisory & Transaction Services in Denver, Colorado. He primarily represented landlords and developers of retail properties and specialized in occupier representation including market strategy analytics, site selection and disposition. With more than 15 years of executive retail experience and insight gained through three generations of family owned, east coast retail businesses, Matthew offers his clients an innate perspective in navigating today’s retail industry.
In 1983, Matthew conceptualized and founded Pacific Motion Corporation, a specialty clothing retailer in the Denver area. Having evolved his business into an independently owned multi-store operation, its sale in 1997 afforded Matthew the opportunity to pursue a commercial real estate career, specializing in retail properties.
Select client engagements:
The Lash Lounge, Spavia Day Spa, Sweetwater’s Café, Title Boxing Club, Clean Eatz, CityRow, Skoah, VectraBank, Save-A-Lot, H-Mart.
Education and affiliations:
Matthew’s professional acumen is evidenced in many notable accomplishments. Matthew was awarded the top retail broker of the year by NAIOP for 2018 & 2019 and consistently a finalist for the Top Producing Broker by the Denver Business Journal’s Heavy Hitters Awards for the last ten years. Matthew is also an active member of ICSC, NAIOP, and DMCAR.