4A — August 11 - 24, 2017 — M id A tlAntic

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tom Bove to expand WCRE’s relationships in professional service sector Wolf Commercial Real Estate promotes Mannino, Esq. to chief operating officer

been named C O O a t Wolf Com- m e r c i a l Real Estate ( W C R E ) . M a n n i n o has served as vice presi- dent, Corpo- M

independently-owned, com- mercial real estate broNerage firms in 4 8.6. marNets and world wide. “Tony’s guidance within the firm will pla\ a Ne\ role in managing our growth, espe- cially as our CORFAC alliance opens up new business oppor- tunities,” said Jason Wolf , managing principal of WCRE. “His efforts will ensure that our team continues to deliver class-leading real estate ser- vices to our clients.” Mannino came to WCRE af- ter nearly ten years serving as

chief of staff to two members of Pennsylvania’s General Assembly. Prior to his years of public service, he was a liti- gation attorney in the private sector for more than a decade, practicing in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. /iNe hi s co l l eagues at WCRE, Mannino has been an active supporter of many civic institutions in Philadelphia, from community associations to advocacy non-profits. He is currently a board member of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority and the Pres-

ervation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia. WCRE is pleased to an- nounce the hiring of Tom Bove, who will serve as busi- ness development officer. %ove brings more than 0 \ears of sales leadership and business development experience to complement the sNilled team at WCRE. As business development officer, %ove will worN closel\ withWCRE’s sales profession- als and its Director of Strate- gic Relationships to generate new business relationships with service professionals in the region. A consummate business con- nector and manager, Bove has developed an extensive networN of trusted relationships lead- ing sales teams and managing customer accounts for the past two decades. In addition, his experience in the tech and IT sectors will open new avenues of opportunity for WCRE. “Each new member of our team strengthens our ability to meet specific client needs,µ said Jason Wolf. “Tom brings a valuable bacNground as a leader who can build and manage new business rela- tionships, allowing WCRE to serve clients in new ways.” n Brandywine announces relocation of HQ to FMC tower at CiraCentre South RAdNOR, PA — Brandy- wine Realty trust (Bran- dywine) announced plans to relocate its 5adnor headquar- ters to the new, Brandywine- owned, developed, and man- aged, FMC Tower at Cira Cen- tre South in University City. The re-location of the com- pan\·s corporate headquarters to Cira Centre 6outh signifies Brandywine’s commitment to Philadelphia and belief in the future of the burgeoning University City and West Philadelphia neighborhoods. Brandywine Realty Trust will join other major compa- nies who have chosen FMC Tower, including FMC Cor- poration, University of Penn- s\lvania, 1A6'A4, 6parN Therapeutics, Lutron Elec- tronics, Iron Stone Strategic Capital Partners, Freedom Pay, myCIO, Pareto Captive 6ervices, and 35 Capital LLC, SSCP Management and E-House China. n

ARltON, NJ — An t hony Man - nino , Esq . , has

tions and growth strategies of the firm. Mannino’s new role comes

asWCREhas an expanding presence in the region, adding four n e w b r o - Ners and in- creasing its ac t i v i ty in s ou t he a s t -

Anthony Mannino

Tom Bove

rate Strategies since joining :C5( in 2ctober, 05. As COO, Mannino will have a broader focus on the opera-

ern Pennsylvania. Earlier this year, WCRE became a regional affiliate of C25)AC ,nternational, a networN of

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