Jerrold G. Bermingham, Executive Vice President
Jerrold G. Bermingham has enjoyed a diverse career encompassing real estate brokerage, financial analysis and land development. For the past 24 years at National Realty & Development Corp., he has performed a range of services including property acquisitions, retail/office leasing and commercial and residential development.
Founded more than 50 years ago, National Realty & Development Corp. (NRDC) has built a reputation as one of the leading full-service, privately-held real estate owner/ development firms across the eastern United States. NRDC has amassed a portfolio of 78 projects in 14 states, including large retail power centers, grocery-anchored community shopping centers, residential communities and corporate/ industrial business parks.
Bermingham began his career at National Realty & Development Corp. in 1993 after seven years as a successful commercial real estate broker at Cushman & Wakefield. As Executive Vice President of Development/Acquisitions at NRDC, he is responsible for the identification and purchase of real estate for ground-up commercial and residential development, obtaining entitlements and redevelopment of existing shopping centers.
He manages the approvals, engineering and design for the projects integrating outside professionals with the in-house construction, leasing and legal departments. Throughout his tenure, he has overseen the development and redevelopment of over four million square feet for dozens of projects which are valued at over 500 million dollars including WatermarkPointe, the firm’s current luxury condominium project in Westchester County, NY.
In his capacity as President at WatermarkPointe, he has guided the project through zoning, sales and construction of 72 luxury waterfront condominiums with beachfront living and majestic panoramic views from Davenport Neck in New Rochelle, NY.
Bermingham is a graduate of New York University where he obtained a Masters of Science with a concentration in Development. He is also a member of the foundation board of the State University of Oneonta where he obtained his undergraduate degree.