Michael N. Weinberg joins the firm as Managing Director
ORLANDO (September 9, 2019) – Berkadia today announced that it has hired Michael N. Weinberg as Managing Director in the Orlando office. Weinberg has 15 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, specializing in debt and equity placement across all asset types as well as hotel investment sales. He has completed over $3 billion of transactions over the course of his career.
Weinberg will be based in Berkadia’s Orlando office, where he will lead a top-producing team of capital markets professionals.
“Weinberg’s extensive knowledge of the Florida markets, robust relationships within the commercial real estate community, and expertise across all asset types will allow Berkadia to significantly expand its platform in Florida and provide even more exceptional service to clients,” said Hilary Provinse, Berkadia Executive Vice President and Head of Mortgage Banking.
“I’m thrilled to join the Berkadia team,” added Weinberg. “The firm’s entrepreneurial culture supports my work on both debt and equity placement as well hotel investment sales, and I know that my clients will benefit from Berkadia’s deep capital relationships through its robust servicing portfolio, GSE licenses and correspondent life company lender agreements.”
Prior to joining Berkadia, Weinberg served as the Senior Managing Director and co-head of HFF’s Orlando office. Prior to that, Weinberg was the director of real estate at RIDA Development, working on development, acquisitions and dispositions. Weinberg also previously worked at Trammell Crow Company, focusing on tenant representation and asset sales.
Weinberg has been recognized as a “Broker of the Year” in three separate categories (Investment Sales, Land Sales and Financing) by NAIOP Central Florida between 2014 and 2018, and was named Financing ‘Broker of the Year” for the last three consecutive years. He is a Director on the University of Florida’s Real Estate Advisory Board. He holds an M.B.A. from Rollins College and a B.S. from the University of Florida.