March 2023

8C — March 2023 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal

O wners , D evelopers & M anagers

Award recognizes firm as one of the top firms in New Jersey across all asset classes Hudson Atlantic Realty wins 2022 CoStar Power Brokers Top Sales Firms Award

ATAWAN, NJ — Hudson Atlantic announced its se - lection as a CoStar Power Broker for the 2022 year in only its first year of business. This designation comes after a successful first year in which Hudson Atlantic closed more than $293 million in deals across 1,300+ apartments in 18 separate transactions. The award recognizes the firm as one of the top firms in New Jersey across all asset classes. Partners Jeffrey Otteau, Adam Zweibel and Christo- pher Otteau founded Hudson M

achieve the best outcome for their clients. "We are very proud to re - ceive this recognition from CoStar," said Adam Zweibel, managing partner of Hudson Atlantic. "It is a testament to our team's hard work and ded - ication that we have achieved this level of success so quickly after launching our business." Hudson Atlantic has grown rapidly since its inception, with a focus on providing su - perior commercial real estate services and results for clients throughout New Jersey. The CoStar Power Brokers

awards recognize commercial real estate professionals that have completed the most transaction volume for their respective markets over the prior year, and Hudson At - lantic was selected because it accomplished this impressive feat during its first full year in business. CoStar has been recognizing leaders in com - mercial real estate through its CoStar Power Broker Awards program, and these awards are highly sought-after by those involved in New Jer - sey's commercial real estate industry. MAREJ Kennedy Krieger Institute signs 13,365 s/f lease with St. John Properties, Inc. BALTIMORE, MD — Kennedy Krieger Institute has signed a lease with St. John Properties, Inc. for its third International Cen - ter for Spinal Cord Injury facility in the greater Bal - timore metropolitan region, joining its primary location in Baltimore City, as well as a site in Greenebaum Enter - prises and St. John Proper - ties’ mixed-use community of Maple Lawn in Howard County. The group intends to occupy a 13,365 s/f space this July within 425 Wil - liams Court in Greenleigh, a 1,000-acre mixed-use busi - ness community. Bill Jau- tze of St. John Properties represented the landlord in this leasing transaction. With plans to mirror its Maple Lawn facility and employ up to 30 people, Tom Novotny, director of opera - tions and business develop - ment for the center indi - cates the Baltimore County location will “incorporate state-of-the-art technology and equipment designed to achieve the most favorable patient outcomes possible,” and that the facility will “ri - val any of its kind through - out the world.” Kennedy Krieger Insti - tute’s positive experience with St. John Properties throughout the build-out process at Maple Lawn provided incentive for the healthcare organization to work with the company again with this latest real estate requirement. MAREJ

Jeffrey Otteau

Adam Zweibel

Christopher Otteau

Atlantic Realty to provide brokerage services to property owners, investors and devel - opers of commercial real es - tate. Their deep relationships

within the investment com - munity and comprehensive understanding of the market - place create a unique synergy and competitive advantage to

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