March 2023

12B — March 2023 — New Jersey/Pennsylvania — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal

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NAI CIR team members work consists of 111 transactions NAI Global names Alderman among 2022 top 100 producers C

SIOR NJ elects chapter president The Blau & Berg Co. congratulates Kavanagh

president from The Blau & Berg Co., following Jason M. Crimmins, CCIM, SIOR , president of The Blau & Berg Co., who headed up the chap- ter in 2021, and Alessandro (Alex) Conte, CCIM , SIOR, executive vice president of The Blau & Berg Co., who is the outgoing 2022 president. Kavanagh brings almost 50 years of commercial and in- dustrial real estate experience to the position and was one of the original principal inves- tors in The Blau & Berg Co. in 1990. His stewardship began on January 1, 2023. MAREJ

SHORT HILLS, NJ — The Blau & Berg Co. , a commer- cial real estate brokerage firm in the NJ and Tri-State area since an- nounced that Charles T. Kavanagh, SIOR , execu- tive VP with The Blau & Berg Co., has been elected as the new SIOR New Jersey Chapter president. Kavanagh is the third consecutive SIOR Chapter Charles Kavanagh

transactions, encompassing 477,027 s/f and 263.28 acres of land. Some of his most no- table transactions from the year include: 3801 Paxton St., Harrisburg – 61,198 s/f office building along I-83 in Harrisburg sold. State Street Plaza, Lemoyne – 53,680 s/f retail/flex plaza lo- cated at 829 State Street sold. 421 Friendship Rd., Har- risburg – 16,268 s/f retail property sold. MAREJ Comprehensive Environmen- tal Response, Compensation, and Liability Act. “With his proven leader- ship and diverse environ- mental background, Jon will help to shape the new generation of ownership at Liberty Environmental”, said Jim Cinelli , president of Liberty Environmental. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environ- mental Resource Management from Penn State University. He and his family reside in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Outside of work, Jonathan enjoys running and spending time outdoors. MAREJ (Center for Food Action) • Center for Hope and Safety • Closter Food Pantry • Commu - nity Food Bank of NJ • CUMAC • Fair Lawn Food Pantry • Franciscan Community Devel- opment Center of Fairview • Helping Hands Food Pantry • Hoboken Community Center Pantry • International Rescue Committee • JFCS (Jewish Family & Children’s Services • Never Alone Again • Norwood Food Pantry • Oasis (A Haven for Women & Children) MAREJ dently, the combined compa- nies manage over 150 com- mercial properties, covering 15 million s/f in 10 different states with 57 employees sup- porting well over 1,000 com- mercial tenants. To leverage the strength of the combined organization, the co-branding will include an integrated web- site, that will serve the needs of both companies. MAREJ

Global. This places Alderman within the top 1% among NAI Global’s 5,100 professionals worldwide. NAI Global has more than 5,100 real estate professionals across 300 of- fices in 43 countries. At year end, NAI firms completed in excess of $20 billion in transaction volume. Making significant impact in the Central Pennsylva- nia region last year, Alder- man’s work consisted of 111 management and Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act reporting. Wickstrom joined Liberty at the inception of the firm in June 2004. He has more than twenty years of professional experience in environmental consulting, where he has as- sisted various industrial and commercial clients with en- vironmental compliance mat- ters. His career has given him exposure to a broad spectrum of environmental consulting service areas including regu- lated wetland delineations, site characterization and re- mediation, and environmen- tal due diligence under the

ENTRAL PA — NAI Global has recognized the Top 100 Producers in the world. In addition to earning NAI CIR’s 2022 Top Producer Award, Dan- iel J. Alder- man , has been recog- nized as the 32nd Top Producer for NAI Daniel Alderman

Liberty Environmental, Inc. announces the addition of Jonathan Wickstrom to principal

Lee & Associates NJ promotes industrial brokerage specialists

READING, PA — Liberty Environmental, Inc. an- nounced the addition of Jona-

volunteer with the American Diabetes Association, and has been active in local fundraising

than Wick- strom as a principal. Wickstrom is a senior project man- ager at Lib- erty Environ- mental and is a regulatory compliance

ELMWOOD PARK, NJ — Lee & Associates New Jer- sey has two new assistant vice

for the Cys- tic Fibrosis Foundation since 2008. “I enjoy be- ing part of an organization that provides the resources and mentor-

presidents, having pro- moted indus- trial broker- age special- ists Joseph Komi t o r and William Ziegler . The appointments

Jonathan Wickstrom

specialist servicing a diverse client base. His primary sub- ject matter expertise is in air quality permitting and general industrial regulatory compliance, including waste

Joseph Komitor William Ziegler

ing to support professional de- velopment and encourages en- trepreneurship,” said Komitor. “As a broker, I am not defined by one asset class or geographic location. Our entire team works collaboratively to put together deals whenever and wherever they can be made.” Ziegler specializes in land- lord and tenant representation in the Northern New Jersey market. His expertise includes helping tenants identify mar- kets and properties that fit their needs and ensuring that lease negotiations proceed as seamlessly as possible. His work with landlords includes marketing properties and partnering with other brokers to secure suitable tenants. Ziegler earned a bachelor’s degree in business administra- tion from Ramapo College of New Jersey’s Anisfield School of Business, and is a member of IOREBA. “From the company founders to the newest employees, every- one here fosters a sense of com- munity around the common goal of growing the business,” said Ziegler. “Senior leadership has supported and guided me since I started here, and this promotion is reflective of the hard work and collective accomplishments of my entire team.” MAREJ

support the commercial real estate firm’s strategic growth initiatives in the Garden State. Komitor and Ziegler joined the Elmwood Park-based com- pany as associates in the In- dustrial Brokerage Division. Komitor has been with the firm since 2021, and Ziegler was hired shortly after serving as an intern in 2019. “Rewarding outstanding per- formance is critical to our suc- cess as an organization that prioritizes growth from within,” said Lee & Associates’ Jason Lynch, principal. “Joe and Will exemplify the caliber of profes- sionals who are helping us take our industrial brokerage plat- form – and the company – to a new level.” Komitor, who assists with private and institutional agen- cy leasing, site selection, tenant representation, and property acquisition and disposition in New Jersey and throughout the Northeast, has been involved in over 1 million square feet of transactions during his tenure with the firm. He holds a bach- elor’s degree in communication from Kean University and is currently pursuing a Certi- fied Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation. In addition, he is a member of NAIOP NJ and IOREBA, a

LYNDHURST, NJ — Team Resources, Inc. will once again be a sponsor in the an- nual March Mega Food Drive coordinated by the Jewish Fed- eration of Northern New Jersey. The drive aims to distribute 25,000 lbs. of food to northern New Jersey families struggling with food insecurity. Although organized by the Jewish Fed- eration, the food is delivered to anyone in need. Team Re- sources, an Elite Plus Sponsor of this endeavor, will be one of Team Resources - A co-sponsor and supporter of JFNNJ’s March Mega Food Drive! many drop off points for food donations. Our office is located at 1050 Wall St. West in Lynd- hurst. Please leave your bags of donated food items by the display in our lobby. If you wish to donate food, you may go to Federation’s website and click on March Mega Food Drive to see how you can participate. Monetary donations can also be made. Food Recipient Organizations include: Angela Cares, Inc. • CFA LMS Commercial Real Estate & Paramount Realty Services announce branding alignment under combined new name

estate industry in Central PA. Under the new banner, Paramount Realty, the Lan- caster office will continue to specialize in providing those same services to shopping centers, single tenant retail, mixed-use and professional and medical office properties in the mid-Atlantic region. While Both companies will continue to operate indepen-

LANCASTER, PA — LMS Commercial Real Estate has re-branded with Para- mount Realty Services, Inc. of Lakewood, NJ, under the Paramount Realty name. For over 30 years LMS Commercial Real Estate gar- nered a reputation for qual- ity property management, accounting, and leasing ser- vices to the commercial real

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