Justin Gallagher is a Vice President in the Retail Fund at Crow Holdings Capital. He has been affiliated with the firm since 2016. Justin is responsible for acquisitions of food and service oriented strip centers for the Retail Fund throughout the Northeast and Western regions.
Justin previously worked at Goldman Sachs in the Real Estate Finance Group. At Goldman Sachs, Justin was responsible for the origination of conduit and balance sheet loans across all product types. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Justin worked as an Asset Manager at Prescient Inc., where he was responsible for management and selling of Real Estate Owned (REO), which was owned by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).
Justin received a B.A. degree in Business Economics from Brown University, in Providence, RI. Justin is an active member of International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and The Real Estate Council.
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