As vice president of Pollina Corporate Real Estate, Brent Pollina works closely with corporations in order to ensure that they achieve and surpass all of their real estate goals. Brent actively represents corporations in all aspects of the company’s real estate transactions, including site and building evaluation, lease negotiations, purchase contracts and lease administration. As a consultant, Brent assists clients nationally with strategic planning and all other forms of real estate consulting.
As part of the Pollina Corporate negotiating team, Brent is active in analyzing and negotiating state and local incentives on behalf of corporate clients. In addition to working for many corporate clients, Brent has performed numerous economic development studies for various regional and local economic development groups, as well as Chambers of Commerce.
Brent has authored multiple articles on site selection and state and local incentives, as well as contributed to the publication of the Pollina Corporate Top 10 Pro-Business States. In addition, Brent is also a member of the International Tenant Representative Alliance, an association of tenant representative corporate real estate brokers with offices throughout the U.S., Europe, Latin America and Asia.
Brent received his Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Drake University, and then went on to earn his Juris Doctorate from Marquette University. Brent has been admitted to practice before the Illinois and Wisconsin Supreme Courts and is an active member of the American, Illinois and Wisconsin Bar Association.