Aaron S. Fishbein

Director
Aaron S. Fishbein
Areas of Specialization

Retail Brokerage and Advisory Services (Tenant and Owner Representation)

Areas of Expertise

Manhattan, Long Island City, Brooklyn, Tri State Area

Awards and Recognition

Mr. Fishbein was named “30 under 30” in commercial real estate by the Commercial Observer. Mr. Fishbein is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and is an active member of the Long Island City Partnership. He is a member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, the Long Island City Partnership Retail Committee and Yeshiva University’s Real Estate Executive Circle.

Professional Experience

Aaron Fishbein serves as a Director specializing in retail real estate advisory and brokerage services. Mr. Fishbein is responsible for the sourcing, analysis, due diligence, strategy and negotiation of projects throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.

Since joining Winick Realty Group, Mr. Fishbein has completed many transactions throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens  on behalf of institutional landlords, private equity funds, developers, family management companies and national retailers. Mr. Fishbein has worked, and is currently working with, such landlords as Related Companies, TF Cornerstone, Vornado Realty Trust, Savanna Fund, and The Lightstone Group. In addition, Mr. Fishbein has completed transactions with national and local retailers, including Bank of America, Chelsea Piers, Title Boxing and Massage Envy.

Over the past several years, Mr. Fishbein has been instrumental in growing Winick Realty Group’s presence in Long Island City, Queens, assisting the firm in leasing more new development space in the neighborhood than any other New York City brokerage firm. Mr. Fishbein, along with Winick Realty Group President Steven E. Baker, completed the leasing efforts at the East Coast Development, Long Island City’s largest retail development of 30,000 Square Feet, on behalf of TF Cornerstone. 

Mr. Fishbein graduated with a Deans Award from the Sy Syms School of Business at Yeshiva University in New York City studying Real Estate and Finance. 

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