License # 02041579
Kent is a veteran retail real estate broker, specializing in shopping center leasing with a focus on Landlord and Tenant representation. Major Tenants Kent represents are Jollibee, Relax the Back, Aqua Tots, and the Winmark Companies. In addition, Kent has represented Rite Aid and CVS in disposing of excess properties. Kent’s current focus Is mixed use developments in the Los Angeles area representing such companies as Jade Enterprises, G H Palmer, Nuveen Real Estate.
Kent's career in commercial real estate began in 1992 when he joined Ludwig & Seeley in Michigan as a salesperson progressing to the role of Executive Vice President. Kent, along with the rest of the Ludwig & Seeley team, joined Colliers International in 2013 to become Colliers retail platform and continuing his career as one of Metro Detroit's top retail brokers. Kent relocated to the Los Angeles area with Colliers in the Spring of 2017
Prior to his career in commercial real estate, Kent was involved in the Department and Specialty store industry. Kent's previous experience as a retailer has proven invaluable to him and his clients throughout his brokerage career.
CoStar Power Broker: 2010, to present.
Serves on ICSC retail committees
Marketing and Merchandising Degree from Ball State University
Memberships & Involvements
ICSC, ACRE of Southern California
Jollibee Foods, (CVS, Rite Aid (surplus properties), Aqua Tots, Winmark Companies, One River School of Art and Design
Los Angeles - Downtown
Gabe Kadosh is a Vice President at Colliers International specializing in retail. Mr. Kadosh has expertise in both landlord and tenant representation relating to investment sales and leasing. Most recently, he has focused on leasing of mixed-use properties and currently represents the two largest multifamily REITS in the country, Equity Residential and Avalon Bay.
Kadosh has worked with notable retailers including Trader Joe's, CorePower Yoga, Mendocino Farms, and Island's Restaurant, as well as financial institutions such as US Bank Corp, Wells Fargo, Schools First Credit Union, and First Financial Credit Union.