Senior Vice President | Senior Managing Director | SLN Capital Markets

About Doug
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Doug Aronson is the Senior Vice President & Senior Managing Director for SLN Capital Markets, a division focused solely on investment sales of single and multi-tenant properties. Doug rejoined S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co. in 2020 after spending several years in South Florida, most recently with Colliers International where he spearheaded the NNN (triple net) net lease division for the firm’s Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale offices.

Doug has been recognized as a consistent top producer and has won multiple awards and accolades for his production. He has been quoted in trade publications and is often tapped to provide market insight to both private and institutional investors.

Doug started his commercial real estate career with S.L. Nusbaum in 2005. Before that he was an Emmy-Award winning television news reporter. He also had a long-running stint as a drummer with a nationally touring rock band. Doug is a licensed broker in Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida with clients and business throughout the United States.


  • Licensed Real Estate Broker-Commonwealth of Virginia
  • Licensed Real Estate Broker-State of Florida
  • Limited Nonresident Commercial Broker – State of North Carolina
  • Member – International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
  • CoStar Power Broker Award Winner


  • 7-Eleven, Hialeah, FL $4.3 Million
  • Arby’s, Chesapeake, VA $2.03 Million
  • AutoZone, Coral Springs, FL $2.27 Million
  • Bank of America, Virginia Beach, VA $1.7 Million
  • Cash America Pawn, TN & FL $3.5 Million
  • Chiquita/Fresh Express, Windermere, FL $6.4 Million
  • Cumberland Farms, Deerfield Beach, FL $5.26 Million
  • CVS, Midlothian, VA $6.2 Million
  • Davita Dialysis, Denton, TX $2.14 Million
  • Dunkin/Subway, Virginia Beach, VA. $1.38 Million
  • Food Lion, Greenwood, SC $5.38 Million
  • Kroger Fuel Center, Chesapeake, VA $1.51 Million
  • Little Creek Marketplace, Norfolk, VA. $17.1 Million
  • McDonald’s, Fort Lauderdale, FL $2.5 Million
  • Miller Motte College, Columbus, GA. $3.95 Million
  • Private Buyer 1031 Exchange (Florida) $22 Million
  • O’Reilly Auto Parts, Orlando, FL $3.21 Million
  • Red Lobster, Woodbridge, VA $6.25 Million
  • Sam’s Club, Norfolk, VA $13.2 Million
  • Sleep Number/CareNow Strip Center, Clermont, FL $5.87 Million
  • Starbucks, Chesapeake, VA $1.73 Million
  • Sushi King, Newport News, VA, $1.9 Million
  • Tire Kingdom, Lauderhill, FL $2.0 Million
  • Walgreen’s, West Palm Beach, FL $6.5 Million


  • Boston University – Bachelor of Science – Journalism

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