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The Brokery continues Valley expansion with new Scottsdale location

A view of The Brokery aesthetic found in the historic Arcadia district of Central Phoenix. (File Photos/

New digs to be found along Safari Drive in Old Town Scottsdale

Staff Reports | Digital Free Press

The Brokery is adding a fourth location in Scottsdale. Co-owners Tucker Blalock and Oleg Bortman closed on the purchase of the new office space on May 23 as the local real estate firm continues its expansion across the Valley of the Sun.

Atop the first level of the Safari Drive luxury condominium building on Scottsdale Road just north of Camelback Road, the new 2,000-square-foot space will host The Brokery’s newest office, according to a press release.

Representatives at the Brokery report the company is working with architect Kyle Miller on the build-out of the space, which is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

“From the beginning, we have been focused on offices that are a part of the fabric of a community,” Mr. Blalock said in a prepared statement.

“While many real estate brokerages are tucked away in corporate office buildings, we seek out locations in prominent spots where neighbors are comfortable coming in and chatting with our agents who have a deep understanding and connection to the community. We started with this model in Arcadia, where our iconic building designed by Studio Ma is located on 40th Street just north of La Grande Orange.”

Today, The Brokery has offices in Arcadia, in the Arizona Biltmore resort, and in north central Phoenix. In the first half of 2022, The Brokery grossed over $400 million in sales across the three offices, the release states.

“We are in growth mode,” adds Oleg Bortman, co-founder of The Brokery.

“We have 40 agents currently — and we expect to double that number by the end of the year. Our team is strong, and that is a function of our structure. We provide the sales, marketing, and design tools and support needed to help our agents grow their business. It’s a formula that works, and we’re excited to be expanding to Scottsdale and beyond.”

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