David Lipp
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David S. Lipp joined Atlantic Commercial Group in July 2003 as principal following 12 years as Senior Vice President of Retail Services Group with Grubb & Ellis.  David has been an active real estate broker in South Florida for over 25 years and was Grubb & Ellis’s top retail producer nationally in 1996 and South Florida’s top producer in 1994-1996 and 1999.  Prior to Grubb & Ellis, David worked as Vice President of Summit Realty and Development, a developer of retail shopping centers in South and Central Florida. David specializes in retail site acquisition, leasing and disposition of surplus properties.   David has extensive knowledge of land development, property disposition, retail sales and leasing and has represented many national companies including Walmart, Sam's Club, Nissan, Office Depot, Levitz, Lurias, Target, Chevron, Walgreen’s, Marriott, KFC, Arby’s, Taco Bell, McDonalds, and numerous developers, investors and others.  Currently David’s work is focused on retail site acquisition and disposition for Walmart Stores, Inc. and Sam’s Club, Inc in Southeast Florida. David has completed over 40 Walmart and Sam’s Club site acquisitions over the past 12 years. A graduate of Florida Atlantic University, David holds a Business Degree, Florida Broker and California Real Estate Salesperson Licenses and is a member of ICSC.

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