Stiles Retail Group Bolsters Regional Expertise with Addition of Industry Veteran Bill Pace

Stiles Retail Group (SRG), a division of Fort Lauderdale-based Stiles, announced today the addition of industry veteran Bill Pace, who joins SRG as Senior Retail Agent.

Pace will be tasked with helping to identify and evaluate new retail lease and investment opportunities to fuel the group's growth in South Florida while expanding throughout Florida. Stiles Retail Group has nearly 2 million square feet of retail assignments in its Florida portfolio, which includes more than 600,000 square feet of third-party assignments.

"We are pleased to add someone of Bill's caliber to our team," said Dan Coyle, Senior Vice President and broker of record for Stiles Retail Group. "His experience and relationships compliment SRG perfectly as we aim to expand our current retail pipeline and geographic footprint."

With more than 18 years of experience specializing in tenant representation in the entertainment, restaurant and retail arenas and net lease investment sales, Pace has extensive knowledge in providing comprehensive commercial real estate solutions with a specialty in multi-unit roll out expansion plans. He has also brokered more than $100M in sales of shopping centers and Net Leased single tenant buildings in Florida. In his previous position with the Rotella Group, Pace was instrumental in expanding the following brands: Game Time, PDQ, Wendy's, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Fitlife Foods, Burger King, Taco Bell, Great Clips for Hair, Pollo Tropical and Panda Express in South Florida. He holds a degree in Finance from Florida State University.

"I am very excited about the opportunity to work with Stiles Retail Group," Pace said. "Stiles has a great reputation for developing and leasing quality assets across the commercial real estate spectrum. Based on the high quality of the Stiles team, coupled with their extensive resources, I feel confident we will be successful in expanding the retail footprint throughout desirable areas of Florida."