Prior to joining Ingram & Hebron, Caroline Pardo served as director of leasing at Jamestown, focusing primarily on Industry City, where she helped launch the redevelopment of six million square feet on 30 acres of industrial property. During her tenure, she leased over 500,000 square feet of retail, industrial, and office space. Notable leases included those of Li-Lac Chocolate, One Girl Cookies, Fashion Chef, Shyp, Juniper Design, Christophe Pourny, Alexis Bittar, Steven Alan, the MTA, and MakerBot.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Pardo held several positions at Two Trees Management Co., most recently as managing director for its commercial leasing division. At Two Trees she negotiated deals with Trader Joe's, Barneys, Urban Outfitters, Lenscrafters, Red Mango, Etsy, Huge, West Elm, Aiden, and Anais, to name a few.
At Ingram & Hebron, Ms. Pardo will use her vast owner and tenant representation experience to identify prospective tenants for the firm's extensive listings. She also will be responsible for creating ongoing new business opportunities with both landlords and tenants. She will help identify new ideas and concepts that further enhance I & H's position as a leader in Brooklyn real estate brokerage.
Ms. Pardo attended Hofstra University where she studied speech communications and rhetorical studies. She was recognized in BisNow's list of "New York Power Women 2014."
Ms. Pardo serves as co-chairperson of both the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce real estate development group and the Brooklyn Historical Society real estate round table. She is a board member of Jazz Reach, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, performance, creation, and teaching of jazz.
A resident of Brooklyn, Ms. Pardo is married and has four-year-old twins.