NAI Hallmark Partners announced today that Bryan Mickler has been hired as a broker focused on sales and leasing of retail, office and industrial properties while specializing in mixed-use urban infill sites.

Mickler is a Jacksonville native and an 8th-generation Floridian. A graduate of the University of Georgia with a B.A. in History, he has been a Florida licensed real estate broker for over 20 years. Mickler started his career as a commercial real estate broker at Nussbaum and Sons Realtors. He later served as a principal in Pedestrian Properties where he created the concept for and then developed and managed the Brooklyn Contemporary Arts Center. He later managed arts outreach and then construction activities at the Hayden Burns Library as a property manager for the Cesery Companies. Active in the community, Mickler is a member of The Jacksonville Historical Society and the San Marco Preservation Society.

“Bryan is a very unique commercial real estate operative having been broker, developer, owner and manager of commercial properties,” said Alex Coley, Co-founder and Principal at NAI Hallmark Partners. “Bryan shares our vision for a Jacksonville that has begun to coalesce the cultural creative community and deliver real estate projects that are community enriching. Bryan’s capabilities at both the corporate and grass-roots levels make him a great asset to our team.”