Robert Locke
Title: Associate

Contact:
Phone: 561-289-7173

Robert Locke joined Atlantic Commercial Group in October of 2011.

Prior to joining ACG he spent 10 years as an active real estate broker in Florida with Synergy Real Estate Partners. His principal responsibilities at Synergy were retail and office leasing, representing both tenants and landlords. He worked to identify office buildings and shopping centers for sale or lease, warehouse and office space to purchase or lease, as well as other acquisition properties for clients.

Prior to joining Synergy, he was a Senior Vice President of Pueblo International Inc., a privately held food retailer with sales of $1.2 billion and in a private real estate consulting practice. While he was at Pueblo the company operated 53 Retail Supermarkets in Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgins Islands and 22 Blockbuster stores inPuerto Rico.

His responsibilities at Pueblo included management and P&L responsibly for the company’s one million plus square foot Real Estate portfolio; site selection, development of new shopping centers, major and small tenant leasing and maintenance and construction. He was also instrumental in obtaining the Blockbuster franchise for Pueblo and opening all of the Blockbuster stores for the company.

Bob received his Bachelor’s of Science Degree from Hofstra Universityin Industrial Administration, his Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from Polytechnic Institute and attended the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard University Graduate School of Business.

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