NewMark Merrill Companies Promotes Brent Sherman to Regional Property Manager

Woodland Hills, CA (January 26, 2021) – NewMark Merrill Companies, Inc. is pleased to announce it has promoted Brent Sherman to Regional Property Manager.  Most recently he served as Portfolio Manager.

Sherman is responsible for overseeing the property management of almost 2 million square feet of shopping centers in Los Angeles County which includes Crenshaw Imperial Plaza, The Shops at SouthBay Pavilion, Devonshire Reseda Shopping Center, Norwalk Town Square and others.  Sherman has been involved with many of the company’s large redevelopments including centers in Thousands Oaks, Baldwin Park and Inglewood.

“Brent has been a tremendous asset to our company, our clients and our tenants.  For over 12 years Brent has been an exceptional team player, interested in all aspects of our business implementing our technology and marketing initiatives and most importantly supporting our merchants and the communities that depend on our centers.” said Sandy Sigal, President and Chief Executive Officer of NewMark Merrill Companies. “We look forward to partnering with him as we continue to grow our development, redevelopment and property management business throughout the region.”

Sherman joined NewMark Merrill Companies in 2009 after earning a bachelor’s degree in Regional Development from the University of Arizona. He holds the Certified Shopping Center Manager designation from the International Council of Shopping Centers.

About NewMark Merrill Companies

NewMark Merrill Companies, Inc. owns or manages a portfolio of over 80 shopping centers valued at more than $2 billion. Since 1987, President and Chief Executive Officer Sandy Sigal has led the company of shopping centers representing over 1,800 tenants and 10 million square feet in California, Colorado and Illinois. The company has founded and invested heavily in BrightStreet Ventures, its technology company, which is working on leading edge solutions for landlords and tenants to succeed in today’s retail environment. For more information, please visit