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Vestis Group Welcomes New Phoenix Retail Broker Matt Morrell

Vestis Group Welcomes New Phoenix Retail Broker Matt Morrell

By Sarah Stecko | Commercial Executive Magazine

Vestis Group is pleased to announce the addition of Matt Morrell, President, to Vestis Group’s retail brokerage group in Phoenix. In this role, Matt, most recently at De Rito Partners, Inc., will specialize in representing Phoenix retail owners and landlords, occupiers of Phoenix retail real estate, as well as retail developments in Phoenix.

“We are very excited to have Matt join the Vestis Group team in Phoenix,” said Natan Jacobs, Principal and Designated Broker, of Vestis Group. “Not only does Matt have significant experience across retail leasing, tenant representation, investment sales and retail development, but his connections, contagious energy and experience with Vestis Group’s resources and capabilities will yield tremendous results.”

Prior to joining Vestis Group, Matt served as President of De Rito Partners Inc. overseeing 20 retail brokers and 180 listings. Prior to that, Matt served as Executive Vice President of De Rito Partners Inc. where he oversaw the leasing and marketing of 45 company-owned commercial real estate assets, totaling over 2 million square-feet of retail space.

Matt was recognized as a Top Retail Leasing Broker with the prestigious CoStar Power Broker award by CoStar Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSGP), the leading provider of commercial real estate information, analytics and online marketplaces, in 2010. For over 13-years, Matt Morrell has represented national, regional and local tenants with their expansion plans in Arizona.

Matt graduated from Arizona State University with a Business and Communications degree and is a native of Arizona. Matt currently holds an Arizona Department of Real Estate Salesperson’s License and has been a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers for over 10 years. – more at


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