Brian Harpel
Brian HarpelSenior Vice President
With nearly 30 years of background in the commercial real estate industry, Brian brings a unique set of skills and experience to the Landlord Advisory group. While heading up Velocity’s Tucson office, Brian is also well-versed in all aspects of the Phoenix market, working with clients locally, regionally and nationally.

Brian possesses expansive knowledge of the market, and has extensive experience in successful negotiations. He is known for having the ability to understand both sides of the transaction to the benefit of all. He has a deep level of relationships garnered throughout his career, and is known for providing superior customer service.

As an Associate Broker in our Tucson branch office, Brian is able to lead the Landlord Advisory Services group within Velocity Retail to help expand our client reach with the ability to serve a broader group of clients.

VELOCITY RETAIL GROUP

2415 E Camelback Road, Suite 400
Phoenix, AZ 85016

Phone: Phoenix: 602-682-8150
Tucson: 520-721-7999

Mobile: 520-909-8505

Web: velocityretail.com

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  • EOS Fitness Chandler

EoS Fitness Opens Chandler Location

January 8th, 2020|Comments Off on EoS Fitness Opens Chandler Location

EoS Fitness has opened their newest club in Chandler, Arizona. Velocity Retail Group’s Dave Cheatham, Darren Pitts, Brian Gast and Brad Ranly represented the Landlord, FAE Ray & Rural, LLC

Morgan Danhoff Promoted to Associate Vice President

December 17th, 2019|Comments Off on Morgan Danhoff Promoted to Associate Vice President

Velocity Retail Group has promoted Morgan Danhoff to Associate Vice President. Since joining the firm in 2015 Morgan has consistently advanced in her role with the company. Working closely with

NAIOP-AZ Retail Market Leader Series

September 17th, 2019|Comments Off on NAIOP-AZ Retail Market Leader Series

The Past, Present & Future of Retail Five retail industry icons spoke during an engaging presentation to discuss how retail has evolved in Phoenix from the 1960s through today. Dave