Southfield’s Farbman Group Hires Vice President


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David Baratta

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Southfield-based Farbman Group announced that the full-service real estate firm has hired David Baratta as vice president, with a dual role in property management and development.

Baratta has 25 years of management experience in operations, real estate, development, construction, and law. He previously worked as senior vice president of real estate, facilities, and business development for more than 850 child-care schools across the nation.

Baratta earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Detroit Mercy, as well as a juris doctorate degree from Cooley Law School.

“At Farbman Group, we pride ourselves on attracting and retaining the best in the business across all of our expertise areas, allowing us to remain a leading, full-service commercial real estate firm in the Midwest with a global reach,” says Andrew Farbman, CEO, of Baratta and other recent hires. “These talented individuals bring a vast amount of knowledge and experience to the team and will help to uphold our reputation for providing outstanding service to our tenants and partners across the entire Midwest. We look forward to welcoming them to the team.”

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