Real Estate Journal — January 16 - 29, 2015 — 1A


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Meet Our Speakers & Moderators

Michael Nachamkin, Senior Managing Director, HFF | New Jersey Moderator: 11:00 AM | Industrial Generals “A special gathering of respect- ed industry experts in an open forum” BIO: Mr. Nachamkin is a Managing Director in the New Jersey office of HFF with more than 25 years of experience in the commercial real estate and finance industry. He specializes in industrial investment sales in the New York Metropolitan area and nationally. During the course of his career, Mr. Nachamkin has been involved in more than $1.5 billion of real estate trans- actions including the largest industrial portfolio sale of 2012 and 2014 in NJ. Mr. Nachamkin joined HFF in October 2010. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Nachamkin was Regional Partner and Executive Vice President of Oakmont Industrial Group, an Atlanta-based development and investment company. Prior to Oakmont, he worked at Prologis as Regional Director for the North- east US and Canada; President of Whitehall Industrial Properties, a Gold- man, Sachs affiliate; and Cushman & Wakefield. Paul Heilmann, Senior Vice President, Columbia Bank Speaker: 8:00 AM| Industrial 2.0: The new approach to industrial development BIO: Paul Heilmann is Senior Vice President (SVP) of Commercial Real Es- tate Lending and Commercial Construction Lending at Columbia Bank, one of New Jersey’s leading community banks with Total Assets of $4.3 Billion and 44 Branches. Heilmann is a member of the Bank’s Commercial Loan Committee and Senior Loan Committee. His responsibilities include over- sight of two lending groups. Prior to joining Columbia in 2004, he was the SVP of Commercial Lending at Penn Federal, a Newark, N.J. based bank for 10 years. Responsibilities included all commercial lending activities includ- ing real estate lending, loan workout and accounts receivable lending. Hei- lmann was also the Bank’s designated environmental officer. He has also held positions as a VP of loan workout for Barclays Bank during the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, and was a Senior Associate in leverage finance for CA-NY during the mid 1980’s. H. Gabriel, Executive Vice President Capital Markets, Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey Moderator: 10:00 AM | Opportunities in the Industrial Real Estate Market BIO: H. Gary Gabriel serves as Executive Vice President of the Metropolitan Area Capital Markets Group in C&W’s East Rutherford, New Jersey office. As one of three partners on a 13-member team, Mr. Gabriel is responsible for managing, underwriting and marketing investment properties for sale in the suburban markets surrounding New York City. His clients include pen- sion fund advisors, REITs and a range of domestic and foreign private inves- tors. Mr. Cruz is a Senior Managing Director in the New Jersey office of HFF with over 21 years of experience in commercial real estate. He specializes in investment sales in New Jersey, New York State and Connecticut. Over the course of his career, Mr. Cruz has been involved in over $18.4 billion of office, industrial, retail, multi-housing and land sales. George Molloy, President/Broker of Record, GM Realty Advisors Inc. Speaker: 8:00 AM | Industrial 2.0: The new approach to industrial dev. BIO: Mr. Molloy has been a commercial real estate service provider since 1983. During this period, he has completed several hundred transactions with aggregate values exceeding $1 billion. George has a proven track re- cord of success in the 4th largest industrial real estate market in North America. Combining strong intuitive skills, keen business knowledge, and timely lease & sales data results in value-added transactions for investors and customized real estate solutions for owners/occupiers of corporate real estate. Areas of expertise include: Buyer/Tenant Representation, Ware- house/Distribution/Office Properties, Build to Suit, Industrial Investment Sales, Industrial Property Adaptive Reuse, and NNN Sale Leasebacks. AFFILI- ATIONS & DESIGNATIONS: SIOR, IOREBA, CSCMP, New Jersey Licensed Real Estate Broker. Brian Milberg, Principal, Sitex Group Speaker: 11:00 AM | Industrial Generals “A special gathering of respected industry experts in an open forum” BIO: Brian Milberg, oversees acquisition and development opportunities throughout SG’s Target Markets in addition to working on the firm’s capi- tal market ventures and equity sourcing. He has over 14 years of industrial real estate and private equity investing experience: since 2004, Milberg has acquired and developed over $1 billion of industrial real estate. Prior to SG, Milberg was Senior Vice President of Acquisitions at KTR Capital Partners, an industrial real estate private equity firm. In 2013, Milberg was nominated as a “Real Estate Forums 40 under 40 in Commercial Real Estate.” Brian re- ceived his Bachelors of Business Administration in Marketing and Finance from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.

Brian Hosey, Regional Manager, Marcus & Millichap of NJ Moderator: 8:00 AM | Industrial 2.0: The new approach to industrial dev. BIO: Brian Hosey is Regional Manager for Marcus & Millichap’s New Jersey office. Brian joined the firm in September 2010. He was named “MVP” of theManhattan office and in 2012 received his first sales achievement award. Hosey joined the management team in February 2013 as sales manager of the Manhattan office. In April 2014 he was promoted to regional manager of the New Jersey office. Prior to joining the firm, Brian worked as a talent agent in the music business. He graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University with dual Bachelor’s degrees in business and communications. Jeff Milanaik, Principal, Bridge Development Speaker : 11:00 AM | Industrial Generals “A special gathering of respected industry experts in an open forum” BIO: Jeff Milanaik previously served as president/partner of Heller Industrial Parks Inc. and holds over 28 years of experience in commercial real estate. Jeff increased Heller’s industrial development activities to grow the portfo- lio by over 10 million s/f to a total of 16 million s/f in 6 states. He currently serves on the national board of directors of NAIOP and is past president and member of the board of trustees of NAIOP-NJ. In addition, he serves on the advisory board of the New Jersey School of Architecture – NJIT, and is a member of SIOR and IOREBA. Meryl Gonchar, Partner/Co-Chair (Redevelopment & Land Use Department), Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis Speaker: 8:55 AM | The Power of Collaboration – City/Counties partnering on economic development projects BIO: Meryl A.G. Gonchar is Co-Chair of the Redevelopment and Land Use Department at the New Jersey law firm of Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith and Da- vis LLP. Her practice encompasses all aspects of land use, zoning and related litigation. She represents property owners and developers in appearances before planning and zoning boards throughout the state in connection with obtaining land use approvals and permits for residential, retail, office, in- dustrial and mixed use projects. She also represents clients in land use and related litigation before the Superior Court of New Jersey. Dennis Toft, Co-Chair, Wolff & Samson Moderator: 8:00 AM | Industrial 2.0: The new approach to industrial dev. BIO: Dennis Toft, co-chair of Wolff & Samson’s Environmental Group, is a re- nowned environmental lawyer who applies a keen understanding of science and the complexities of regulatory process when addressing the wide range of issues that his clients face. He provides counsel on all aspects of environ- mental law, including regulatory counseling, environmental due diligence, permitting, enforcement and environmental litigation, development/redevel- opment and environmental insurance. BIO: Eugene Preston is a Partner of Dermody Properties based in Con- shohocken, PA. He is responsible for all land and building acquisitions, build-to-suit projects, development activities, and asset management in the Eastern United States. Previously, Preston was Managing Principal at Wood- mont Industrial Partners, LLC responsible for the company’s acquisitions and operations. Prior to forming Woodmont Industrial Partners he was Se- nior Vice President at Prologis where he directed development and acquisi- tion activities the company’s Northeastern Region. Collectively, Mr. Preston has developed or acquired over 12.5 million square feet of industrial space. Preston is a long time Trustee of the New Jersey Chapter of NAIOP and is a member of NAIOP’s Industrial Development V National Forum. Eugene A. Preston, Partner (East Region), Dermody Properties Speaker: 11:00 AM | Industrial Generals “A special gathering of respected industry experts in an open forum”

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