George Bonvillain

Commercial Real Estate Agent – Office Sales & Leasing Specialist

George Bonvillain is a Louisiana native and proud LSU graduate. Prior to joining Elifin, he spent one and a half years with a global sports agency in Manhattan where he negotiated marketing and endorsement deals for professional athletes. Before moving to New York, George earned his law degree from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at LSU.

George is a skilled negotiator and represents clients with tenacity and a strong attention to detail. He excels at anticipating client needs and delivering applicable solutions.

He works with sellers and landlords to actively market their properties as well as with tenants and investors to service their real estate needs.


Greater Baton Rouge Association of Realtors, Commercial Investment Division (CID) – Member (2018-Present)
Baton Rouge Area Chamber’s Quality of Place Committee – Member (2019-Present)
Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation LA/MS ChapterBoard of Directors
Louisiana State University Museum of Art – Board of Directors (2019-Present)
Sigma Phi Epsilon Alumni – Alumni Board Member (2018-Present)
Wex S. Malone American Inn of Court – Member (2016-Present)
Vinson-Elkins Trial Advocacy Program – Outstanding Performance Award

The Latest Content From George

During this COVID-19 pandemic, we have been hard at work checking on clients, keeping deals moving forward, and doing our best to see around the corner of what this unprecedented event will mean for our commercial real estate industry. We felt that it would be helpful in this time to share some of the feedback and insights we’ve received from......

Most people in Baton Rouge are probably familiar with the Spanish Town neighborhood. Beautiful homes, incredible architecture, and classic Southern charm. Some people might think that in order to be a part of this incredible neighborhood you simply have to buy a house here. Well I’m here to tell you that most of those people would be wrong. 611 North......

Never is a very strong word, a word that is personally out of my lexicon, and that holds true here. There’s not really any certain thing that you should NEVER do as a landlord. Since each landlord’s situation varies widely, from your situation with your building to your particular tenants, it really depends on your goals and what the business......

This is a great question since commercial buildings and their uses vary so widely. There are also a lot of factors to consider when making this determination. The lease rate for an office building is going to largely depend on market conditions. Where are people moving to? What areas of town are the most desirable office submarkets? What’s going on......

Deciding whether to buy or lease a building can be one of the biggest decisions you’ll make as a business owner. While there are advantages to both and your decision will be based on a number of factors that determine what is best for you, the biggest advantage to owning office space is that… you own it! Owning the building......

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