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Josh Berger has been promoted to VP at Norman Bobrow & Company

Norman Bobrow Promotes Josh Berger to VP 

Josh Berger, managing director at Norman Bobrow & Co., has been promoted to VP of the independently-owned tenant-rep commercial brokerage firm. 

In his new position, Berger will help oversee the brokers in the firm to drive higher revenues and transaction activity in both Manhattan and the outer boroughs. He’ll also run the firm’s broker development program and internship program that helps train new brokers. 

“Josh Berger has proven to be an exemplary leader who represents the next generation to help run our business,” said Norman Bobrow & Company’s founder and president Norman Bobrow. “Most importantly he follows each deal through to completion, often exceeding the expectations of his clients.” 

Berger joined Norman Bobrow & Co., Inc., as director of commercial leasing & investment sales in 2009 and has quickly become one of the firm’s top producing brokers. In 2014, he was named managing director of commercial leasing & investment sales. 


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