Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — May 11 - 24, 2012 — 35A
P eople on the M ove
Welcomes Danahy to head new office NAI Emory Hill opens second location in Lewes
Bushnell, Markham, Rysak, Bankert, Hassan & Blank Pennoni announces associate vice president promotions
Lewes, DE — NAI Emory Hill is opening a second loca- tion in Lewes to better serve
role of creating and growing. A graduate of the University of San Diego, Brittany majored in Business with an emphasis in Real Estate and has also worked for Grubb & Ellis/BRE Commercial and Marcus and Millichap . As a licensed real estate bro- ker in both Delaware and Cali- fornia, she looks forward to the global resources and local con- nections that NAI Emory Hill will provide to better serve her clients. “I am thrilled to work with NAI Emory Hill because they have such a huge array of commercial property listings throughout the state,” Danahy said. “I’m joining an outstand- ing team of knowledgeable and experienced professionals including a top-notch support staff and can now offer my clients so much more including exceptional marketing capabili- ties and connections. Plus we offer the state’s largest variety of real estate services including construction, property man- agement, maintenance and residential sales.” n to expand my focus on a na- tional basis, collaborate with colleagues and establish long- standing, loyal client base.” Foster frequently ranks among Cushman & Wake- field’s Top 100 brokers glob- ally, including the past four consecutive years. In 2010, he was among the firms Top 10 New Jersey brokers and last year was the highest produc- ing leasing broker in its East Rutherford office. Foster also is a Cushman & Wakefield shareholder. “The executive vice presi- dent position at Cushman & Wakefield reflects a level of success made possible only through focus, dedication, per- sistence and integrity,” said Gualberto “Gil” Medina, the firm’s New Jersey executive managing director. “However, above all else, success here hinges on impeccable client service. Curtis embodies the best attributes that define the heart of this company. His promotion is very well deserved.” Foster earned a bachelor’s degree in business adminis- tration from American Uni- versity-Kogod School of Busi- ness. He is a licensed real estate broker in the state of New Jersey. n
hiladelphia, PA — Pennoni Associ- ates announced the promotion of six new associate vice presidents. “Becoming an Officer of Pennoni Associates is truly an honor, one that shows earned respect, trust, and confidence of Pennoni’s Board of Direc- tors, and also of peers, col- leagues, and subordinates,” said Pennoni president and CEO Tony Bartolomeo. “These outstanding individuals have demonstrated the skills, val- ues, integrity, pride in their profession, and business acu- men necessary to represent our firm as an Officer.” Erin Bushnell, SPHR serves as the director of hu- man resources and has been with the firm for more than 10 years. James Markham, PE serves as the transportation division manager in the Phila- delphia office. Melissa Rysak, CPSM P Bethesda, MD — Ralph Duarte, CCIM has joined the Sperry Van Ness – Miller Commercial Real Estate team. Duarte will be operat- ing a satellite office of SVN – Miller in Bethesda. Duarte was previously affili- ated with Sperry Van Ness and just recently joined the SVN – Miller team. Prior to joining
the needs of its commer- cial real es- tate clients i n S u s s e x County. With the opening of the new of- fice, Emory Hill hopes to
grow from its strong roots in New Castle County to expand its offerings throughout the entire state of Delaware. BrittanyDanahy has joined Emory Hill to head the new office as a commercial real estate broker. Brittany comes to Emory Hill from Sperry Van Ness/Miller Commer- cial Real Estate where she specialized in the sale and lease of retail and professional office space throughout Kent and Sussex counties. Prior to joining Sperry Van Ness, she served as a commercial realtor for OceanAtlantic Commercial, which she played an integral
LarryBankert, PE, PTOE, serves as transportation divi- sion manager in the Mechan- icsburg office. Thomas Blank, CIH, CSP serves as office director for the Monroeville office. n
serves as the director of corpo- rate communications and has been with the firm for eight years. Khaled Hassan, PE serves as the office director for King of Prussia, PA.
Sperry Van Ness - Miller Commercial Real Estate expands to Washington, DC
Cushman & Wakefield promotes Foster to executive vice president
Sperry Van Ness, Duarte was a senior vice president for CapStar Commercial Realty, where he listed, leased and sold more than $12 million in commercial property in his first 12 months. While at CapStar, his primary focus was investment property sales and leasing services. Duarte brings more than 30
years of real estate industry experience to the SVN – Miller team. He holds the Certi- fied Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation, serves as the president-elect of the Maryland/Washington, D.C. CCIM Chapter, and is also a member of the Interna- tional Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). n For excellence in sales in the Million Dollar Club cat- egory, Laurie McManus won for New Home Sales at the Silver Level with over $7 mil- lion in sales. Rick Saparito won at the Bronze Level with over $3 million in sales. Danielle Edreff won for Op- tions/Upgrade Sales Achieve- ment with over $1.2 million in sales. n At WCRE, Seligman will be responsible for the company by building relationships with prospective clients and develop- ing custom solutions to achieve their real estate goals. He will also work to cultivate the next generation of real estate inves- tors, and provide support and resources to help more experi- enced investors advance. n
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ — Curtis Foster has been promoted to the position of ex-
ecutive vice president at commercial real estate services firm Cushman& Wakefield . Foster began his career at the East
WCRE hires Seligman as director of business development business. BARNEGAT, NJ— Walters Group has been honored by the Shore Builders As- sociation of Central New Jersey (SBACNJ) with four FAME (Fabulous Achieve- ment in Marketing Excel- lence) Awards and five indi- vidual achievement awards. Walters won awards for Best Logo Design for a Multi- Family/Multi-Unit Commu- Shore Builders Association of CNJ honors Walters Group nity and Best Sales Office for a Multi-Family/Multi-Unit Rental for Stafford Preserve.
Rutherford-based company 27 years ago and has risen through the ranks as one of its consistently top-producing leasing brokers. He has received his firm’s Service Excellence Award for “Outstanding Brokerage Professional – Best in Class in Pursuit of Total Client Sat- isfaction” multiple times. “Cushman & Wakefield is known as a career company in an industry where profession- als tend to jump from place to place, and I am the proof,” Foster noted. “I chose this firm because of its pristine brand, and I have remained here for the same reason. Cushman & Wakefield is a world-recog- nized, well-respected service provider, and to this day I am humbled to be able to carry its card. This company has afforded me the opportunity
twenty years of experience in commercial real estate devel- opment, advisory services, the insurance industry, and invest- ment services. Over the course of his career he has successfully advised and serviced clients ranging from start-ups to small businesses to large corporations on invest- ments, insurance, site usage, benefits, and other aspects of In the category of Best Builder Member Direct Mail Piece, Walters Homes earned the award for its “Shack” post- card promotion. The Walters Homes luxury design center in Barnegat also won for Best Corporate Design Center.
Voorhees, NJ — Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) welcomed Scott Selig-
man (shown) as director, business de- ve l opment . Seligman is an awa r d - w i n n i n g professional with nearly
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