Robin Roseberry Anders, SIOR

Career Summary

Robin Roseberry Anders joined NAI Carolantic Realty in late 2007 after ten years as a Senior Leasing Representative with the real estate investment trust, Highwoods Properties, Inc. With in-depth experience throughout the Research Triangle area of North Carolina, Robin is directly responsible for transactions totaling more than $413.5 million and exceeding 4 million square feet. A specialist in office leasing with a special focus on medical, science and technology, Robin provides exclusive representation services to local, corporate and investment companies.


Robin earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a Minor in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Select Client List

  • Wexford Science & Technology
  • LRC Properties
  • The Connor Group
  • Alidade Capital
  • HealthPark at Kildaire
  • Flexogenix
  • Carolina Partners in Mental Healthcare
  • Coldwell Banker Howard Perry & Walston
  • 333 Ventures
  • Clinipace Worldwide
  • BioCryst Pharmaceuticals
  • Economic Development Partnership of NC
  • Research Triangle Regional Partnership

While representing area landlords, Robin completed transactions with such tenants as Intel, Microsoft, Paychex, GSK, ICON Clinical Research, Extreme Networks, GSA, NIEHS and the State of North Carolina.

Professional Designations:

Society of Industrial & Office Realtors (SIOR): Office Specialist. The SIOR designation is awarded to individuals who have met rigorous requirements based on their outstanding knowledge of the commercial real estate industry, professional and educational background and adherence to ethical standards. There are 2,500 active SIOR members in the US, of which 93 are in North Carolina.

Professional Affiliations & Organizations

NAI Global: Chair, Office Council. NAI Carolantic has been the Raleigh/Durham office for NAI Global since 1982. This organization enables us to assist clients in multi-market expansions or dispositions throughout the world.

Triangle Commercial Association of Realtors (TCAR): Past board member and current member. An organization of licensed commercial real estate brokers, enabling members to advance their education and knowledge of issues impacting commercial real estate on local, state and national levels.

Triangle Area Office Building Association (TRAOBA): Two-time President & Board member. An organization established to exert a beneficial influence upon matters affecting the office leasing industry, promote professionalism and continuing education and provide opportunities for members to exchange views and information on topics of common interest.

Band Together: Advisory Board. A nonprofit that uses live music as a platform for social change.

Triangle Commercial Real Estate Women (TCREW): Member. A network of area commercial real estate professionals that presents opportunities for leadership training, professional development and personal growth.


Triangle Commercial Association of Realtors Frontier Awards: Million Dollar Office Leasing Club in 2008, 2009, 2011-2013, 2015-2018; Million Dollar Sales Club in 2009; and Lifetime Million Dollar Office Leasing Club in 2013.

CoStar Group: Designated as a Top Office Leasing Broker in 2016.

Best Professional Commercial Real Estate Service Award: Presented at the 2010 Champion Awards by Triangle Commercial Real Estate Women (TCREW) to an individual who provides the best professional commercial real estate service, with consideration for industry knowledge, leadership ability, negotiating skills, work ethic and creativity.

Movers & Shakers: Awarded to up and coming business leaders in the Triangle by Business Leader Media in 2010.

40 Under 40 Leadership Award: Presented by the Triangle Business Journal in 2004, the award recognizes 40 of the most influential and highly accomplished young leaders in the Triangle Region.

Triangle Business Journal: 2003 Top Office Lease - 2nd Place, Real Estate Deal of the Year Awards

Leadership Triangle: A non-profit advancing leadership capacity to foster regional awareness and cooperation in the Triangle - 1999 Graduating Class