Anderson Smith has been responsible for facilitating the marketing campaign of more than 4 million square-feet in Houston and surrounding areas in the past 12 months. He specializes in the leasing of Target, Grocery, and Home Improvement Anchored Shopping Centers and Tenant Representation. The majority of Smith’s work has come in the leasing of ground up retail development. He works hand and hand with Tenants, Architects, Contractors and Engineers to maximize the potential for his Development Clients and for Capital Retail. From site planning the tract all the way through to delivering the space to Tenants, Smith continues to walk his clients through the process. Smith and Eric Walker played an integrate roll in the ground up Leasing of Brazos Town Center in Rosenberg, TX; leasing almost 2 million square feet and collecting the Houston Retail Development Award in 2009 from the Houston Business Journal. He has negotiated over 400 leases and with national retailers such as Olive Garden, Starbucks, Potbelly, Carls Jr, Panrea Bread, Kay’s Jewelers and McDonalds among many others, with an estimated $400 million dollars in added value.
Prior to Capital Retail, Smith was an Associate at NewQuest Properties since 2006. In 2007, Smith was awarded Rookie of the Year.
Smith, an Austin native, graduated from Texas A&M University in 2004 with a degree in Sports Management and Business. He was a two-time captain for the Aggie Track and Field Team. Smith was named to the Academic All-Big 12 Team four straight years.
2014 Most Deal in the Company – Capital Retail Properties
2013 #2 Producer – Capital Retail Properties
2012 #2 Producer and MVP – Capital Retail Properties
2007 Rookie of the Year – NewQuest Properties
International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
ICSC Next Generation
Texas A&M University College Station, TX
Brad Ryan has an extensive back ground in tenant representation and strategic market planning. Brad’s experience on both the broker and tenant side of real estate allows him to better understand the needs of his clients. Brad currently represents and has successfully market planned the expansion of Whataburger, Chili’s, Carrabba’s, Bonefish, Flemings, and Outback Steakhouse. He also works with many local and chef driven restaurants in the Houston area. Brad also has background in storage development. He has developed over half a million square feet of Self Storage in the Houston area. This experience has allowed him to continue his development in the retail field. He is currently working on a premier retail development in the Sugar Land area at Hwy 59 and University.
Prior to Capital Retail, Brad was a Real Estate Director at McDonald’s. Brad executed and approved over 80 deals while managing a real estate department that handled Houston, Austin, San Antonio, and the Rio Grande Valley.
International Council of Shopping Centers Texas Self Storage Association
The University of Texas at Austin