16B — November 18 - December 22, 2022 — New Jersey/Pennsylvania — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

Dreher joins Cushman & Wakefield as dir. in Pittsburgh

Philadelphia firm included in two practice areas Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox rank among Best Law Firms

management, and has closed transactions valued in excess of $1 billion. “Adarryl is an exception- al addition to our capital markets team,” said Jack O’Donoghue, SIOR , Cush- man & Wakefield manag- ing director. “The depth and breadth of his experience will be an enormous benefit to our clients, especially amidst a highly complex capital markets environment.” Dreher joins Cushman & Wakefield from Amani Devel- opment, where he was Presi- dent. Prior, he served as Vice President of Real Estate Invest- ments for RIDC. He is a gradu- ate of Robert Morris University and earned an MBA from Point State Park University. MAREJ New Jersey Capital Markets group for the last five years. Neuer has been a leader in the New Jersey market, closing some of the largest and most prestigious suburban office sales in New Jersey in 2018, 2019 and 2020, including Park Avenue at Florham Park, which was the largest suburban sale in New Jersey since 2008. Prior to his career in invest- ment sales advisory, he spent 18 years as a leasing broker providing him with a unique perspective on what modern occupiers desire for their office and workplace needs. “Jose and I have known each other for more than 20 years, and I am both extremely ex- cited and honored to be joining the premier team in the mar- ket,” Neuer said. “The depth of the team, the platform and, most importantly, the culture in place were major drivers in my decision to join JLL.” MAREJ and improving our resources, educational opportunities, and association support,” said Murdocca. “I look forward to helping the state association in my new role, as advocate and commercial liaison.” Murdocca’s commercial real estate career began in a prop- erty management role over two decades ago in Washington, DC. She has been with Land- mark Commercial Realty since 2013 and is a licensed Realtor. Landmark Commercial Real- ty, established in 1988, is a full- service commercial/industrial brokerage firm headquartered in Harrisburg, PA. MAREJ

PITTSBURGH, PA — Cushman & Wakefield an- nounced that Adarryl Dreher

has joined the firm as a di- rector with the firm’s capital mar- kets team. In his new role, Dreher will assist local and na-

HILADELPHIA, PA — U.S. News & World Report and Best Law- yers released their 2023 “Best Law Firms” rankings. Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP (MGKF) , the environmental, energy, safety, land use law and litigation firm located in suburban Philadelphia was in- cluded in national and regional rankings in two practice areas. National Tier 2 and Metro- politan Tier 1 - Philadelphia: Environmental Law Litigation - Environmental Earlier this year, more than 50 percent of MGKF partners were selected by peers in the environmental law commu- nity for inclusion in the 2023 edition of The Best Lawyers in America (“Best Lawyers” – [Copyright 2022 by Woodward/ White, Inc., Aiken, S.C].) They P

were recognized in the areas of Environmental Law, Energy Regulatory Law and Environ- mental Litigation. The U.S. News – Best Law- yers "Best Law Firms" rank- ings are based entirely on peer review. The methodology is designed to capture, as accu- rately as possible, the consen- sus opinion of leading lawyers about the professional abilities of their colleagues within the same geographical area and le- gal practice area. To be eligible for a ranking in a particular practice area and metro region, a law firm must have at least one lawyer who is currently recognized in Best Lawyers in that particular practice area and metro. For more infor- mation on “Best Law Firms” standards and methodology, please review this document.

MGKF concentrates its practice in environmental, energy, litigation, safety and land use law. We proudly celebrate more than 30 years of representing clients rang- ing from Fortune 100 corpo- rations to small, privately held enterprises, both in the Mid-Atlantic region and on a national basis. MGKF is also honored to be the top-rated law firm, since 2011, in the Top Workplaces surveys by the Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com . Offices are located at: Three Bala Plaza East, Suite 700, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania; 535 Route 38, Suite 145A, Cherry Hill, New Jersey; 5 Penn Plaza, 23rd Floor, New York, NY 10001; and 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7400, Ho- nolulu, HI. MAREJ benefits of partnering with us.” In his role, Kamhi will work closely with community asso- ciation board members to pres- ent FirstService Residential’s depth of resources, technology platforms and commitment to service excellence. Kamhi reports directly to David Cal- loway, vice president of sales. “We are excited to have Marc on the business development team. In addition to his time in the service industry, his sales experience and passion for providing solutions will serve him well in his new role,” said Calloway. MAREJ

Adarryl Dreher

tional clients in capital mar- kets’ investment sales and finance transactions and maxi- mizing values of clients’ proper- ties and portfolios. He brings over 15 years of diversified commercial real estate experi- ence to Cushman & Wakefield encompassing development, leasing, financing and property

JLL adds Neuer as office investment sales advisory leader in New Jersey

MORRISTOWN, NJ — JLL Capital Markets announced that Jeremy Neuer has joined

EATONTOWN, NJ — FirstService Residential named Marc Kamhi as its Kamhi joins FirstService Residential’s business dev. team Marc to the FirstService Resi- dential family,” said Michael Mendillo , president, First- Service Residential. “He has a proven track record of success and brings a wealth of experi- ence and a deep understanding of service industries.”

the team as a senior man- aging direc- tor in its New Jersey office. “We are thrilled to have one of the Tri-State areas most ac-

New Jersey/ New York market busi- ness develop- ment direc- tor. As an ac- complished b u s i n e s s professional, Kamhi brings

Jeremy Neuer

“I’m excited to be a part of the FirstService Residential team and for the opportunity to work with the industry leader,” said Kamhi, business development director, FirstService Residen- tial. “It is my mission to deliver the highest level of service and support to local associations as we educate them on the

tive and respected advisors on our team,” Jose Cruz , senior managing director and co-head of JLL’s New Jersey Capital Markets team said. “Jeremy’s market knowledge, drive and creative deal making skills will serve to help our clients on multiple levels.” Neuer will focus on office in- vestment sales advisory trans- actions in New Jersey and the Tri-State area. He joins JLL from a global commercial real estate firm where he co-led the

Marc Kamhi

his experience in sales and marketing, strategic planning and building relationships with clients to the role. “We’re thrilled to welcome

Moove In Self Storage participates in Adopt A Highway Cleanup

YORK, PA — On September 23, the Moove In Self Stor- age corporate office partici- pated in the Adopt A Highway cleanup program by picking up trash and debris alongside Greenbriar Rd. in York. The Adopt A Highway program is run through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). PennDOT provides the safety vests, trash bags, work gloves, “Litter Crew Ahead” signs, and will pick up the bagged litter from the roadside once the cleanup is completed. The cleanup crew is expected Growing up on a dairy farm, CEO of Moove In Self Storage John Gilliland was continu- ously finding litter on his fam- ily’s property, “Every spring once the fields were plowed, we would walk along the edge

Landmark’s Barb Murdocca selected to serve on PAR’s executive committee

CAMP HILL, PA — Land- mark’s COO, Barb Murdoc- ca , has been selected to serve

on the Penn- sylvania As- sociation of Realtors (PAR) execu- tive commit- tee. She will be represent- ing the com- mercial sector.

Moove In Self Storage corporate office participated in the Adopt A Highway cleanup program

of the property and collect bags upon bags of trash. I definitely gained a better understanding of why it’s so important not to litter,” he said. Gilliland applied to adopt Greenbriar Road in April of 2018 and that adoption was executed the following April, with the first cleanup tak-

ing place in May 2021. The adopted roadway begins at the Moove In location at the intersection of Greenbriar Rd. and Canal Rd., and ends at Cousler Park. Moove In will continue to participate in the Adopt A Highway program for the fore- seeable future. MAREJ

Barb Murdocca

“As the past chairperson for the Commercial, Indus- trial & Investment committee for PAR, I continue to be a strong advocate for our com- mercial association members

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