Bradley Kritzer
Executive Vice President
 Mobile: (732) 580-9053
LIC # 01918111 (CA)

Bradley Kritzer is an Executive Vice President at Pegasus Investments, where he heads the firm’s institutional investment sales practice, with a focus on shopping center transactions, including equity and debt investments and net leased transactions.

Prior to joining Pegasus Investments in 2012, Mr. Kritzer was the Regional Acquisitions Manager in New York at Equity One, Inc. (NYSE: EQY), a publicly traded real estate investment trust (REIT) focusing on shopping centers, where he was responsible for all aspects of the acquisitions process in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and West Coast regions. During his tenure at Equity One, Mr. Kritzer was involved in large portfolio transactions, single property transactions, debt investments and joint venture activity. In addition, Mr. Kritzer managed the company’s Outparcel Disposition Program and handled the asset management of two joint venture portfolios, each with a well recognized institutional partner.

Before Equity One, Mr. Kritzer was an Asset Manager in New York at Kimco Realty (NYSE: KIM), another publicly traded REIT that focuses on shopping centers, where he was involved in all aspects of the day to day activities of a portfolio of over 120 properties across the country that Kimco owned in joint venture with Prudential Real Estate Investors. Mr. Kritzer’s responsibilities included overseeing leasing and property management activities, preparation of annual budgets, financial analysis and maintaining the relationship with the joint venture partner.

Prior to Kimco, Mr. Kritzer spent four years in the equity research group at Merrill Lynch in New York, where he covered the REIT sector and was primarily responsible for covering publicly traded retail REITs (malls, neighborhood centers and outlets) and also focused on companies in the office, industrial and multifamily sectors. 

Mr. Kritzer received a B.S. in Business Administration, with a focus on Business Process Management and Operations Management, from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in 2002.