As the leader of Jacksonville commercial real estate firm Prime Realty, Tyler Saldutti has seen his company grow exponentially as the market has rebounded. In the past 18 months, Prime Realty has more than doubled its staff to meet client demand.
"We've attracted the very best talent in this city, mostly because of the culture fit" he said. "The strength of our firm comes from our diversity. A variety of backgrounds and beliefs help our team look at each challenge and opportunity from multiple perspectives."
Raised in New Jersey, Saldutti says real estate is in his blood. His father, grandfather, and uncle were all in development and construction. After working in south Florida and London, Saldutti moved to Jacksonville and began his firm.
The company takes a boutique approach to commercial real estate, he said, with high-quality services for a handful of clients.
"I have a passion to help people generate transgenerational wealth" he said. "They're trying to build something for the future and have something to pass on."
Saldutti has served as a judge for Jacksonville University's Dolphin Pitch and volunteers for Daniel Kids Foundation and the American Heart Association. He also started a community garden in Ponte Vedra.