Bob Flippin is an Executive Vice President at CBRE Group, Inc., the largest commercial real estate services and investment firm in the world. Based in New York City, Bob is part of CBRE’s transaction and advisory services group, specializing in the representation of large institutional corporations with their real estate needs throughout the New York tri-state region, as well as on a national and global basis.
Throughout his career, Bob has worked on significant, complicated transactions involving leases, portfolio analysis, property valuations and acquisitions, and corporate impact studies of real estate holdings, for all types of real estate asset classes around the world. Bob’s global business network is unparalleled, and has led to the development and expansion of numerous businesses, in addition to his real estate dealings.
A graduate of Princeton University, where he studied History and Economics, Bob was a Captain of the lacrosse team, earning All-Ivy and All American honors, and was awarded the Higginbotham trophy given to the player that best exemplifies improvement and leadership throughout their playing career. Bob was also a member of the Nassoons, a renowned University accapella singing group, and belonged to the Tiger Inn Club on campus.
Outside the workplace, Bob has supported youth sports activities, including coaching on multiple levels, and sponsoring inner city youth groups that combine education with sports to expand opportunities for underprivileged children to pursue secondary and college educations.
Bob is a resident of Greenwich, Connecticut, and is a married father of four sons.