Kevin Lott is Managing Director of National Leasing at Bridge Commercial Real Estate. In addition to leading the firms internal and third-party brokerage teams, Kevin provides leasing demand analysis and ownership strategies for Bridge’s acquisition initiatives. He has extensive experience helping owners enhance the value of their assets through strategic marketing to increase prospect velocity and successful negotiation of favorable deal terms. His experience includes all facets of landlord representation, from the conception and implementation of rebranding and marketing ideas to the budgeting process through to lease analysis, negotiation, and execution.
Prior to joining Bridge in 2018, Lott was responsible for the marketing and leasing of both CBD and suburban office portfolio in Atlanta at JLL with a focus on rebranding assets and large block leasing. Clients while at JLL include MetLife, Columbia Property Trust, Drawbridge Realty, Barings, Portman Holdings, Zeller Realty Group, M&J Wilkow, John Hancock, Wayzata Investment Partners, Alaska Permanent Fund, AEW, Highbrook Investment Management, DRA Advisors, and GE.
Previously, Mr. Lott worked for Cushman & Wakefield as a tenant representative for three years which enriched his ability to determine the needs and motivations of tenants and their representative brokers. Over his 21 year commercial real estate career, He received numerous awards from notable real estate industry organizations such as NAIOP and the Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS including recognition as a “Lifetime Member” of the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors and recurrent “Top 10 producer.”
Mr. Lott is a cum laude graduate of Wake Forest University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, an alumni of UNSW Study Abroad in Sydney, Australia, and a certified Birkman Consultant. He enjoys spending time with his wife Nicki, daughter and son, and their three dogs. In addition to his family time, Mr. Lott’s passions include mentoring next generation leaders, traveling, surfing, fly fishing, and basketball.