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OUR PRINCIPLE, BOB HEBRON, TESTIFYING AT CB2 HEARING LAST WEEK

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INGRAM & HEBRON TEAM PROUDLY WELCOMES CAROLINE PARDO TO THE FIRM

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WHO’S NEWS

By REW Staff

Ingram & Hebron, a Brooklyn-based commercial real e
Ingram & Hebron, a Brooklyn-based commercial real estate brokerage firm, announced the appointment of Caroline Pardo as principal and broker.
Pardo will use her owner and tenant representation experience to identify prospective tenants for the firm’s listings. She also will be responsible for creating ongoing new business opportunities with both landlords and tenants.
Prior to joining Ingram & Hebron, Pardo served as director of leasing at Jamestown, focusing primarily on Industry City, where she helped launch the redevelopment of six million square feet on 30 acres of industrial property.
During her tenure, she leased over 500,000 square feet of retail, industrial and office space.
Earlier in her career, Pardo held several positions at Two Trees Management Co., most recently as managing director for its commercial leasing division.
She attended Hofstra University, where she studied speech communications and rhetorical studies.
Pardo serves as co-chairperson of both the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce real estate development group and the Brooklyn Historical Society real estate roundtable.

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Ingram & Hebron leases 12,420 s/f at 16 Court Street

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Robert Hebron of Ingram & Hebron

 

Brooklyn, NY BlumbergExcelsior has signed a five-year lease of 12,420 s/f at 16 Court St. After over a century of doing business on the Lower East Side and Tribeca, company president & CEO Bob Blumberg decided it was time to move the company headquarters. Ingram & Hebron Realty is the exclusive leasing brokerage for 16 Court St. and represented both tenant and landlord. 16 Court St. is owned by SL Green Realty Corp. Blumberg said, “Robert Hebron displayed fortitude, patience and acumen in seeing this complicated process through to a successful conclusion. We are pleased with the end result and look forward to our tenancy at this historic location.”

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