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Andrew Stein


Bertram Rosenblatt


New york City, New York (Downtown)

Commercial Real Estate

Vicus Partners, LLC

Andrew Stein, Principal:

Andrew Stein is a founding Principal of Vicus Partners, LLC, a commercial real estate Firm dedicated exclusively to representing tenants in commercial transactions. 

As a senior member of Vicus’s management team, Mr. Stein oversees the firm’s strategic  direction as well as serving as a consultant, strategic planner and provider of specialized brokerage services to his roster of public and private sector clients.  His ability to find strategic and creative solutions to both quantitative and qualitative issues makes him a valuable real estate advisor. 

Some of Andrew’s recent accomplishments include negotiating on behalf of The World Lung Foundation for their U.S. headquarters in lower Manhattan, representing the Children’s Defense Fund with respect to their New York headquarters, representing multiple embassy’s, law firms, schools, non-profits and other businesses in leasing transactions throughout the five boroughs of New York City. 

Andrew is a graduate of Brown University and is currently a member of the Young Men’s/Womens Real Estate Association.

Bert Rosenblatt, Principal:

Bertram Rosenblatt is a founding Principal of Vicus Partners, LLC, a commercial real estate firm dedicated exclusively to representing tenants in commercial transactions. 

Prior to forming Vicus Partners, LLC with Andrew Stein, Bert spent eight years as one of the top producers at Schlesinger & Company, LLC.  From 1997 to 1999 he worked for Newmark Knight Frank, where he was awarded the Rookie of the Year Award in 1997. 

Bert specializes in strategic planning and implementation and has completed leasing transactions totaling more than 650,000 square feet with an aggregate commitment of over $350,000,000.  Some of his recent accomplishments include negotiating on behalf of General Electric Capital Aviation Services, Carnegie Mellon University, The Breeders Cup’, the New York Convention & Visitors Bureau and Marathon Asset Management. Additionally, he represents an impressive roster of law firms, non-profits, hospitals and assorted private sector businesses with respect to their New York real estate. 

Bert is a graduate of the State University of New York at Purchase and is currently a member of the Real Estate Board of New York, and the Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association.

Vicus Partners, LLC is the exclusive New York City – Downtown affiliate of the International Tenant Representative Alliance.


Tenant Representation

Lease Administration

• Strategic Consulting

• Broker Opinions of Value

• Site Selection

Leasing & Renewals

Subleasing, Assignment, Disposition

Practice Areas

• Non-profits

• Law firms

• Schools

• Government & Institutions

• Co-working & office sharing

• Office

• Medical & Dental

• Biotech & Life-sciences Laboratories

• Data-center & Colocation centers

• Work/Live

• Industrial

• Light manufacturing & Shop

• Warehouse & Storage

• Distribution centers

• Flex & R&D Showrooms

• Marijuana

• Yard space & parking lots

• Oil & Gas

• Retail

Following are a few interesting facts about New York City and its commercial real estate market…

  • New York is the most populous city in the United States, and the center of the New York metropolitan area, which is one of the most populous urban areas in the world.
  • It has been the country’s largest city since 1790.
  • The city is the home of several of the tallest buildings in the world, including the Empire State Building and the future Freedom Tower, which when complete, will be the tallest building in the United States.
  • The city’s population density, low automobile use and high transit utility make it among the most energy efficient cities in the United States.
  • As of August 2008, New York City has 5,538 high rise buildings, with 50 completed skyscrapers taller than 656 feet (200 m).
  • New York City’s financial district, anchored by Wall Street in lower Manhattan, is the financial capital of the world, and home to The New York Stock Exchange, the world’s largest stock exchange.
  • Time Square, Broadway, and countless other attractions brought over 40 million combined domestic and international tourists to New York each year of the past five years.