seth gadinsky


Seth entered the real estate business upon graduation with a Masters degree in Civil Engineering from M.I.T. in 1983. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Tufts University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. Over the past 37 years he has developed, leased and operated shopping centers, large and small, and many single tenant projects for clients such as Walgreens and Starbuck’s. He has also represented tenants in their expansion and consulted with owners to help bring retail projects to life on their property. He is a partner in Dassett, Ltd. which recently completed the Indigo Hotel in Winston Salem and is building hotels in Charlotte, NC and Alpharetta, Ga. Seth is a managing partner in Vintage Real Estate Investment Fund and H3 Hospitality. In addition he has served as the Florida Board Chair for the Anti-Defamation League and currently chairs the The Mayor’s Blue Ribbon Panel to improve quality of life and business on Arthur Godfrey Road on Miami Beach.


justin schultz


Justin Schultz joined Inland Real Estate Sales, Inc’s Chicago office in 1995 shortly after graduating from the University of Wisconsin at Madison.  In 1998 Justin formed Urban Equities, LLC, a Chicago-based boutique firm specializing in investment sales and consulting.  In 2003 Justin helped form Interra Development Partners, a retail development firm capitalized by Prudential Real Estate Investors, and soon thereafter relocated to Miami Beach to oversee the company’s Florida projects.  Justin joined Gadinsky Real Estate (GRE) in 2008, and has since worked alongside Seth Gadinsky to expand the company’s development, investment and brokerage platforms.  In 2012 Justin and Seth formed H3 Hospitality, GRE’s sister company, which specializes in brokerage, development and consulting services for the hospitality, food and beverage and boutique retail sectors, both for tenant/operators and property owners.  Over the past 20 years, Justin has developed everything from single-tenant buildings to regional shopping centers, both for GRE’s portfolio and as a third-party fee developer, and negotiated and consulted on numerous retail, food and beverage, entertainment and office/warehouse leases. 



dennis kleier 

Project Leasing and Tenant Representation

 Dennis Kleier entered the real estate business in 1978.  He graduated from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor of Business Degree.  Over the past 34 years, he has been a real estate manager and development manager for 7-Eleven Food Store, Eckerd Drug Company and others.  In the brokerage side of the business,  he has represented retail tenants such as Foot Locker, The Fresh Market, Payless Shoes, Blockbuster, Kinko’s, Dot’, Office Depot, Radio Shack and several others.  He has been involved in single tenant projects for Walgreens, Eckerd, and others.  He spent several years with RAM Real Estate.



Sasha Dominguez

Project Leasing and Tenant Representation

Sasha Dominguez graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and Management. While she went to school and worked as a private banker with JP Morgan, she realized that commercial real estate was her passion and decided to transition into the industry. She now specializes in landlord representation, tenant representation, acquisitions and disposition in Miami-Dade County with a focus in urban retail properties. As an associate, she’s responsible for stabilizing assets through precise tenant-mix, marketing and leasing strategies. Working closely with land owners, developers and their consultants, Sasha has been able to reduce their risk exposure by underwriting prospects and analyzing financials statements meticulously. She has been successful in the strategic consultation with tenants throughout their expansion in various sub-markets to ensure they are well positioned for continued growth. Sasha is a native of Miami and an active member of the community, participating in organizations such as Commercial Real Estate for Women, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and The New Leaders Task Force, a group of the beacon council.



Project Leasing and Tenant Representation

Joe Chancy entered the real estate business in 2008 as a residential investor and initially transitioned to the commercial sector in 2013 to represent South Florida investors and developers in the acquisition of retail development parcels. Since joining Gadinsky Real Estate in 2015, Joe has worked with prominent shopping center developers to exclusively lease new-construction space and also represents national retailers such as RaceTrac Petroleum, Discount Tire and a leading regional Wendy’s franchisee in the execution of their strategic South Florida growth plans.  Joe served on the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Young Leaders Group committee and is an active member of his local community, serving on the Broward County Schools Facility Task Force, Feed South Florida and Habit for Humanity of Broward. Joe’s clients benefit from his local market knowledge and experience as a Broward County native and father, which has helped him successfully negotiate numerous retail lease transactions for landlords and tenants alike.


NIKKI Santander

Project Management and Project Leasing

Nicole Santander entered the commercial real estate business upon graduating from the University of Miami with a Masters degree in Business Administration in 2015. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Florida State University. Nicole was motivated to transition into commercial real estate by her background in hospitality and restaurant management where she developed a keen understand of the ever-changing Miami market. Nicole is a Miami native and active member of the community, participating in organizations such as Chapman Partnership and Leadership Miami.  


Alexandra klumpp

Project Management and Project Leasing

Raised in Coconut Grove and an alumnus of the University of Miami, Alexandra is deeply rooted in Miami. Alex started her career in public relations with Harrison & Shriftman and then created @BeyondSouthBeach, an Instagram highlighting Miami’s history, architecture and businesses, which remains a popular source for those seeking a view into Miami’s culture from a local perspective. Through deep exploration of Miami’s offerings and upon meeting various local business owners, Alex was inspired to enter the commercial real estate industry. Her knowledge of the city, combined with her persistence, communication skills and ability to connect with people fuels her clients' success.  Alex specializes in identifying and executing tenancy strategies for landlords and has already participated in the negotiation of multiple retail and food and beverage lease negotiations.  She is also an integral member of the Gadinsky Real Estate project management team.