Metro Commercial CEO Tom Londres Named One of Commercial Real Estate's Best Bosses of 2017

Metro Commercial Real Estate, Inc. (Metro), one of the nation’s leading full-service, independent retail real-estate firms, is pleased to announce CEO Tom Londres has been selected as one of Commercial Real Estate’s Best Bosses of 2017.

Annually Real Estate Forum magazine recognizes successful, ambitious, and financially accomplished leaders in real estate. Professionals have the opportunity to nominate their boss with a confidential reader poll held in early may to determine the winners. The chosen bosses will be featured in the annual June Leadership issue.

Tom Londres, President and CEO of Metro, has been with the company for nearly 30 years. Tom oversees a team of 70 across a variety of platforms including: tenant representation, owner representation, investment sales, graphics/GIS, property management, accounting/finance, and development services.
“It is an honor to be recognized by my team and professional peers as one if the best bosses in the industry,” said Tom Londres, President and CEO at Metro Commercial. “I am proud to lead an ambitious team of hardworking and dedicated individuals who strive to do their best for our clients.”
Tom has worked hard with retailers throughout the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico to ensure Metro is recognized as one of the nation’s leading full-service, independent retail real-estate firms.

About Metro Commercial
For nearly three decades, Metro Commercial has set the standard as one of the leading, full-service independent retail real-estate firms in the nation. Metro Commercial specializes in tenant and landlord representation, investment sales, property management and development services. We currently represent over 100 national retailers, serve as the exclusive leasing agent for more than 300 properties and manage over 6.5 millions square feet of retail space. Fueled by local expertise and national capabilities, our team delivers the results our clients expect. For more information, visit


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