10A — October 25 - November 7, 2013 — Shopping Centers — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
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YORK, PA — Karen Neiderer , a PAlicensed Real- tor, joins Bennett Williams A Pennsylvania licensed realtor BennettWilliamsRealty welcomes Neiderer of York & Adams Counties (RAYAC).
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a year and a half ago,” he said. “I’m thrilled to have her on the team. She has a lot of great clients and connections.” Christman knows several of Arrow’s sales agents and they have shared with her “all of the opportunities that are available here. Believe me, I understand that camaraderie and coopera- tion are important to success. There’s an opportunity for a national network here. That’s very inviting to me.” Christman has spent consid- erable time in the development process as a project manager in residential development. That has put her in charge of every- thing from budgeting, hiring subcontractors, overseeing the construction manager, getting zoning approval for projects and going to settlement with clients. That type of diverse back- ground can only enhance her ability to serve the needs of her clients. As someone who’s owned, operated and managed retail businesses in the Philadelphia Tri-State area for more than 20 years, Robbie Betesh has developed an expertise that places fellow retailers in suc- “This year, March of Dimes is celebrating its 75thAnniver- sary. As a tribute to the amaz- ing work this organization has done over the past several de- cades, our goal is to make the 2013 Westchester Real Estate Breakfast a record breaking year. I firmly believe in the im- portant work March of Dimes is doing, and for this reason, I have agreed to serve as Chair for the event,” said Real Estate Award Breakfast Chairperson Patricia Valenti , Managing director, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank . “I am privileged to co-Chair the Real Estate Award Break- in the United States. NRDC’s portfolio is comprised of over 22 million s/f, consisting of retail power centers, grocery- anchored community shop- ping centers, and corporate/ industrial business parks. “Our entire team at NRDC would like to thank the March of Dimes for this recognition. We are proud to be a supporter of the March of Dimes and we are grateful for all of their dedication and commitment to infants in need,” said John G. Orrico , president, NRDC.
cessful situations. Betesh, who joined Arrow Real Estate Services in 2013, specializes in retail site selec- tion and lease negotiations, and has a keen ability to assist business owners in developing their targeted market expan- sion strategies. Russ Menk , a principal part- ner at Arrow, recruited Betesh to the team after they shared several business dealings, and was aware of his diverse busi- ness experience, interpersonal skills, local market knowledge and passion for the industry. Menk told Betesh about the incredible growth taking place at Arrow, and the married fa- ther of three girls from Bucks County jumped on board. “Rob- bie knows business and has real upside potential,” Menk said of his recruit. “It’s a great firm,” Betesh said of Arrow, which has more than 30 agents in eight states, with approximately 2 million s/f of listings, as well as a growing stable of retail clients. “They’re an incredible group of profes- sionals. The way everybody works together should be an inspiration for other companies to follow.” n The March of Dimes Real Estate Award Breakfast is one of the largest real estate events in the Tri-State area and is attended each year by approximately 500 real estate professionals. Past honorees include Alfred and Alan Weissman, Alfred Weiss- man Real Estate; Raymond Quartararo, Jones Lang LaSalle; Normandy Real Estate Partners, Avalon- Bay Communities, Louis Cappelli & Cappelli En- terprises, Jason Friedland and Shleppers Moving & Storage, Heyman Proper- ties, EastRidge Properties, GHP Office Realty, Ivy Eq- uities, Mack-Cali Realty Corporation and Mark We- ingarten, Esq. n fast on this, the 75th An- niversary of the March of Dimes. November is Prema- turity Awareness Month and the breakfast is the largest event in our area to both com- memorate the anniversary and raise awareness about the important work of the March of Dimes,” said Jim Hurley , president, Pavarini North East Construction .
Neiderer specializes in commercial real estate in the Central PA Region. Her commercial knowledge base continues to grow with her already expansive listing portfolio and client list. In addition to commercial real estate, Neiderer en- joys serving the community through volunteer and phi- lanthropy work. She has most recently worked with the Eas- ter Seals, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, and the Baltimore Rotary Club. n
Realty, Inc. with over 30 years com- mercial sales experience. While she is fairly new to the com- mercial real estate field,
the Real Es- tate Award B r e a k f a s t Commi t tee are pleased to announce N a t i o n a l R e a l t y & D e v e l o p - ment Corp.
John G. Orrico
she has already completed courses with the Institute of Real Estate Studies and become an active member of the Realtors Association
Bala Cynwyd, PA — Jackie Christman is the lat- est sales agent to join Arrow Real Estate Services , one of the nation’s fastest growing commercial real estate firms. Christman, 52, of Chester County, has been in commercial real estate for 13 years, special- izing in the retail portion of the business, including landlord and tenant representation, hospitality and central business districts. She has known Sean Sab- losky , Arrow’s co-founder, for more than 10 years and the two have formed something of a mutual admiration society. “I’ve known Sean probably from the beginning of my career, and he’s a straight forward, standup person,” Christman said. “I respect Sean and know him as a person, and that had a lot to do with why I’m here. I know the kind of business he would structure, and I knowAr- row offers greater opportunities for success.” Sablosky described Christ- man as a “tremendous person” and “among the leaders in her field.” “I’ve been trying to get her here since we started this about Headquartered in Purchase, NewYork, NRDC was founded more than 50 years ago and has built a reputation as one of the leading privately-held commercial real estate owner- ship and development firms (NRDC) as the 2013 Real Estate Award recipient. This year marks the 26th annual Real Estate Award Breakfast as well as the 75th Anniver- sary of the March of Dimes. The breakfast will be held on Thursday, November 14, 2013 at the Renaissance Westches- ter Hotel in White Plains and each year honors outstanding individuals and companies whose commercial real estate activities have significantly enhanced the community.
PARAMUS, NJ — Chuck Lanyard , president of The Goldstein Group , one of Paret joins The Goldstein Group larly proud of the very talented team of professionals that make up our firm and look for- ward to the contributions Roy will bring to our continuously growing list of clientele.”
New Jersey’s leading retail real estate b r o k e r a g e f i rms , an - nounced that Roy Paret has j o ined the company. With over 20
Paret recently joined The Goldstein Group and has sales experience throughout amulti- tude of industries. Having ob- tained his Bachelor’s in Busi- ness Economics from Rutgers University, Paret started his career selling to retail stores in the Telecommunications industry. He has also worked at Ursillo Realty in their com- mercial, industrial and land division. Most recently he was Director of Sales as a pharma- ceutical representative in the medical field. n matched,” she said. “I especially like that the company is in a growth mode, which provides a great opportunity for me to establish longevity here.” Mer- cado holds a New Jersey real estate license. Minton has been involved in real estate for more than 15 years, with seven years of ex- perience in the shopping center sector. Her market knowledge spans NJ and Pennsylvania, as well as Texas, Oklahoma and Mississippi. For Minton, the quality of Levin Management’s portfolio was key in her decision to pursue a position there. “Levin has an outstanding reputation for upholding and enhancing its clients’ proper- ties,” she said. “As a leasing representative, this makes my job easier because tenants are naturally attracted to well- located shopping centers that look good and offer responsive management.” n
years of marketing and sales experience, Roy will be an integral part in the expansion of the firm. “We are pleased to welcome Roy as part of the on-going expansion of our sales and leasing team.” said Chuck Lanyard. “We are particu- NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ — In response to rebound- ing regional retail market activity, Levin Management has grown its team with two additional, seasoned leasing representatives, announced MatthewHarding , president. Gloria Mercado and Marcia Minton are involved in tenant transactions within the retail real estate services firm’s 90- property, 12.5 million s/f shop- ping center portfolio. Mercado, who brings more than 25 years of experience in retail real estate sales, leasing, tenant representation and site selection to her new position, is deeply familiar with the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic marketplace, where Levin’s portfolio is centered. She was drawn by the company’s history and current momentum. “Levin has been active in this region for more than 60 years, and its level of success is un-
Arrow Real Estate Services hires Christman and Betesh
Levin Management adds Mercado & Minton as leasing representatives
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