12C — November 18 - December 22, 2022 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

ORFOLK, VA — Lawson announced the hire of Tanita N Brings 16 years of multifamily experience to new role Lawson hires Tanita Davis as director of property operations

JLL adds project dev. professional to Government & Edu. practice

and experience identifying and evaluating new and re- development transactions for both market-rate housing and mixed-use developments, as well as LIHTC and work- force housing opportunities. Prior to JLL, Marcus was vice president of development at Stratford Capital Group and Van Metre Companies. Marcus earned a LEED AP designation from the U.S. Green Building Council and is a graduate of the State Uni - versity of New York at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Arts in Ur - ban and Public Policy Studies. She also has been a long-time member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI.) “Offering solutions to gov- ernment and higher education clients is highly rewarding, and I’m thrilled to join this JLL team in providing coun- sel and results to our clients,” Marcus said. MAREJ tracts, supervising personnel, selecting contractors, coordi- nating management opera- tions for property acquisitions, budget preparation, and lease administration. Harrison, who has more than 15 years of commercial real estate experience, joined Lee Chesapeake Property Management in July 2011 as a property manager. She transi - tioned to the role of Director of Lease Administration in 2018. Harrison earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Goucher College and a Master of Arts degree from Johns Hopkins University. MAREJ

WASHINGTON, DC — JLL announced that it has hired Stephanie Marcus

as vice presi- dent in its Local Mar - kets Adviso- ry Services group within JLL’s Gov - ernment and Education practice and

class A, LIHTC, mixed-use, and Section 8 assets. Davis currently holds a CA Real Es - tate License and is currently working on obtaining her VA license. She is certified to train and proctor type I, II, III, and universal HVAC certifications and is nearing completion of her HCCP and CPM profes - sional designations. Outside of the office Davis enjoys men - toring high school students and educating new graduates about career opportunities in property management. “We’re excited to welcome

Tanita to the Lawson family.”, said Lawson Realty Co. presi- dent, Susan Glancy . “Tanita brings deep experience to her role, and we look forward to her contributions to Lawson’s growing portfolio and mission to positively impact people.” In her previous position Davis was a director at The John Stewart Company in San Francisco, CA where she supervised teams of Senior Regional Managers with direct oversight of the operational and financial performance of multifamily portfolios. MAREJ

Davis as director of property op- erations. D a v i s brings 16 years of mul- tifamily ex- perience with lease-ups,

Stephanie Marcus

will focus on housing and mixed-use project develop- ment, project management, due diligence and feasibility studies for local government, federal agencies and higher education institutions. Based in Washington, DC, Marcus joins JLL with more than 20 years of real estate development experience rang- ing from initiation to comple- tion of construction projects valued at over $750 million. She has extensive knowledge

Tanita Davis

new construction, and rehab projects to her role. In the span of her career, she has managed conventional market-rate,

Boy Scouts of America honors DMR Architects' Lloyd Rosenberg & Deputy Mayor Canestrino

private investment, changed the landscape of downtown, and resulted in more than 4,000 new residential units. “I am honored to be recog - nized by the Boy Scouts and humbled for their recognition of the work that we’ve done in Hackensack,” said Rosen- berg. "DMR has been part of a dedicated team of profession- als and supporters that have spent the past 10 years trans - forming Hackensack into a pedestrian friendly urban transit community making it the most fitting location for us to discuss community re- development best practices.” "I am extremely appreciative and humbled to be honored by such an amazing organization as the Boy Scouts of America, who for over a century have provided children all over the country with exciting educa - tional experiences,” said Can- estrino. “This great event is not only a tremendous networking opportunity for the developers and builders who are vital to New Jersey's future growth but will also benefit a truly won - derful organization and help ensure it endures for decades to come, so I hope all who are able will attend. Once again thank you to the Boy Scouts of Amer - ica for this tremendous honor, and I look forward to working with them in the future as they endeavor to improve the lives of children across New Jersey." “We want to thank the Boy Scouts for choosing Print House for this meaningful industry event, and to congratulate Lloyd Rosenberg and Kathleen Canestrino for leading Hack- ensack through its incredible transformation,” said Pem - broke. MAREJ

HACKENSACK, NJ — On Thurs., Oct. 27th, the North - ern New Jersey Council, Boy Scouts of America honored community leaders Lloyd Rosenberg, AIA , president and CEO of DMR Architects and Kathleen Canestrino , Deputy Mayor of Hackensack with “Good Scout” Awards for exemplifying the ideals of the Scout Oath and Law through their efforts to lead Hacken - sack through its redevelopment initiatives. The annual Building Con - nections Networking Recep- tion was held at Print House, Russo Development, The Hampshire Company , and The Fourth Edition’s newest luxury residential rental offer- ing at 160 River St. It featured networking and a panel discus- sion with some of New Jersey’s most recognized names in real estate development. Trends in NJ Real Estate and Construction-Strategies for De- veloping and Redeveloping our Communities panelists were: • NJ State Sen. Holly Schepisi , District 39, and part- ner at O’Toole Scrivo, LLC • Nicholas A. Dinallo, director of development at Terminal Construction Cor- poration • Mike Pembroke, COO for Russo Development • Francis Reiner , redevel- opment consultant/ partner at DMR Architects • Jorge Santos chief of staff for the New Jersey Economic Development Authority • Michael G. Walters, SIOR , executive managing director at NAI James E. Hanson • Brian Whitmer , vice chairman at Cushman and

Lee Chesapeake Property Management promotes Harrison to director of operations

TOWSON, MD — Lee Chesapeake Property Man- agement , the asset manage -

ment affili- ate of Lee & Associates | Mary - land , has promo t ed Katie Har- rison to di- rector of op- erations.

Wakefield. • Moderator: Jim Kirkos , CEO of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Com- merce “In today’s world, many young people are unsure of their futures and career paths. The Northern New Jersey Council (NNJC) is committed to the growth and expansion of our future workforce through the Scouting program,” said Michael Semeraro , executive vice president, Langan Engi- neering and Building Connec- tions event chairman. “NNJC provides career options to youth through Exploring a career- based program where youth learn the skills and knowledge needed to pursue a career within their area of interest. This is helping develop our next generation of our workforce.” DMR Architects has been the municipal planner on record for Hackensack since 2010, acting as a collaborator on the city’s downtown revital - ization plan that has since cul - tivated more than $1 billion in Lloyd Rosenberg and Kathleen Canestrino pose with their “Good Scout” awards received for ex - emplifying the ideals of the Scout Oath and Law through their ef - forts to lead Hackensack through its redevelopment initiatives.

Katie Harrison

In her new position, she will oversee the daily functions of Lee Chesapeake Property Management including client relations, negotiating and approving management con-

Mosaic Development Partners opens first hub office outside of Philadelphia

job creation, diversity and community acceptance. We partner with those who share our vision and add value. We take on the tough problems. We seek innovative solu- tions—subtle or radical—that help bring a project to frui - tion. And, we seek solutions that drive community wealth, especially for those that have been systematically disen - franchised. The projects the firm will develop will continue their mission in ground-up con- struction and adaptive reuse of commercial properties by successfully using compli- cated financial instruments to mitigate investment risk and help stabilize and grow communities. MAREJ

NEW CARROLLTON, MD — Mosaic Develop- ment Partners (MDP) has opened a second office, located in New Carrollton, MD that will encompass an array of new developments. With a pending portfolio excess of $1B, these projects will be on track to match the book of business in Philadelphia, PA, the company’s home base. The new campaign will include student housing, mixed in - come housing, retail, universi - ty office and amenities overall and collegiate development. Mosaic Development Part - ners identifies real estate projects that have the poten - tial to bring positive change to a community. We seek sustainable developments,

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