16C — August 20 - September 16, 2021 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


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O R T H P L A I N - FIELD, NJ — Denise Ciaravino has been Appointment notes major addition to CRE services firm LevinManagement promotes Ciaravino to portfoliomanager N

Fossi joins Enterprise CommunityDevelopment

tives throughout the region.” Most recently, Fossi guided the Mid-Atlantic region for The Community Builders, Inc. (TCB) as SVP of Real Estate. He led TCB’s entry into the Washington, DC, Baltimore, Richmond, and Charlotte mar - kets with ventures ranging from neighborhood-scale re- development to public housing transformation and mixed- income, mixed-use transit- oriented-development, with a particular focus onmeaningful sustained partnerships with local providers and advocates. Prior to joining TCB, Fossi was director of community development at Fannie Mae, where he structured and launched the Urban Deep Dive programand helped coordinate a $4 billion corporate and philanthropic response to the devastating 2005 hurricanes, channeling a variety of debt, equity, philanthropic, and human resources throughout the Gulf region. Fossi previ- ously held a position in senior leadership at Fannie Mae Foundation, during which his team redesigned, restructured and directed all national and multi-regional housing- and community development-relat- ed programs and investments, including grant-making and lending. MAREJ

BALTIMORE, MD — Mid- Atlantic nonprofit affordable housing provider Enterprise

ping center portfolio totaling 1 million s/f . In her new role as portfolio manager, Ciaravino will also be the single point of contact for a nine-property, 840,000 s/f management as- signment recently awarded to LMC. “Denise is a tremendous asset to our property manage- ment team, and we congratu- late her on this well-deserved promotion,” said Toscani. “It is always gratifying to promote individuals from within our organization. Advancing into this new role reflects Denise’s hard work, professionalism and dedication, as well as her outstanding contributions to the success of our leasing and management portfolio.” Ciaravino earned her bach-

elor’s degree in management science fromKean University, where she graduated magna cum laude. She also received the RPA (Real Property Ad - ministrator) designation from BOMI International . “It’s been extremely reward- ing to growmy career at Levin Management, and I am grate- ful for the opportunity to take on the role of portfolio man- ager,” said Ciaravino. “The knowledge and experience I have gained over the past 15 years from the firm’s upper management, my co-workers and vendor relationships are immeasurable. Inmy new role, I look forward to continuing the high level of service that our clients and tenants have come to expect.” MAREJ Welty has been in the real estate industry for more than 25 years and was most recent- ly a co-founder and managing partner at the real estate development firm Aspen De - velopment Partners. “Mike is a key addition to our team, having experience in both real estate development and finance,” Bruno said. Welty will leverage his expertise to develop growth strategies and spearhead real estate analysis for current SCCG cli- ents. A resident of Monmouth County, NJ, Welty holds a de- gree in history fromMoravian University. MAREJ

C o m m u - nity Devel- o p m e n t , Inc. has an- nounced that Rob Fossi will join the organization as senior vice president of

p r o m o t e d to portfolio manager at Levin Man- a g e m e n t Co r p o r a - tion (LMC) , announced Erika To- scani , vice

Rob Fossi

development. Fossi fills the role that was previously held by Chris LoPiano, who fin- ished a celebrated career with 10 years at Enterprise Com - munity Development and its predecessor entity CPDC. In his new role, Fossi will utilize his decades of experi- ence in the industry to manage the real estate development department for the seventh largest nonprofit affordable housing developer in the coun- try including new construc- tion, renovations, recapital- izations, and mixed-income projects throughout the mid- Atlantic region. Christine Madigan , EVP and chief business officer, said, “Rob brings tremendous know-how and passion for transformative affordable housing efforts. His contribu- tions will further advance our exciting development initia-

Denise Ciaravino

president of property manage- ment at the North Plainfield- based commercial real estate services firm. Ciaravino joined LMC in 2006 as property manager and was named senior property manager in 2009; for the past decade she has overseen the day-to-day operation of a shop-

Andrew and Michael join our team,” Bruno said. “Their ex - perience is a great match for Stone Creek Construction Group adds Smith &Welty to project completion.” Smith comes to SCCG after a stint at PROTECS Inc. He is a graduate of Drexel University with a degree in construction management and resides in Philadelphia. MATAWAN,NJ -—Twosea- soned commercial real estate executives have joined Stone

SCCG and our clients.” S m i t h brings more t h a n 1 7 years of con- s t r u c t i o n management exper i ence for projects

Creek Con- s t ruc t i on G r o u p ( S C C G ) , i t was an- nounced by M i c h a e l B r u n o , president of SCCG. An-

Andrew Smith Michael Welty

Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP hires Danielle Bagwell as a litigation associate

across a wide-range of in- dustries. “Andrew’s plethora of knowledge and resources are a tremendous benefit to our clients,” said Bruno. “His expertise in pharmaceuti- cal, semiconductor, indus- trial manufacturing, office and other industries provides our clients information and know- how that further streamlines the construction process for them, from pre-construction

drew Smith and Michael Welty have joined the design- build firm as construction manager, and operations and development manager respec- tively. These additions come amid Stone Creek Construction Group’s continued growth, most especially in the pharma life sciences and healthcare manufacturing sectors. “We could not be happier to have

Law where she was a member of the Temple Law Review and earned numerous honors for best exam including in torts and products liability courses. She was also the recipient of the Reinstein Scholarship which is awarded to the stu- dent with the highest GPA at the completion of the first year. In law school, Danielle served a year-long Federal Ju- dicial Clerkship Clinical with the Honorable Louis H. Pollak in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Penn - sylvania and also interned with the Honorable Dolores K. Sloviter of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Bagwell holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Honors from Carnegie Mellon University, where she played on the soccer team, and a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from New Mexico Highlands University. Prior to law school, Bagwell worked as a case manager for the severely disabled mentally ill population. MAREJ

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP (MGKF) , an en-

v i r o nme n - tal, energy, l a n d u s e law and liti- gation firm based jus t ou t s i de o f Philadelphia is pleased to a n n o u n c e

Dermody Properties promotes Robert Borny, CCIM to partner

Danielle Bagwell

that Danielle Bagwell has joined the firm as a litiga- tion associate. She came to MGKF from a large national Philadelphia-based firmwhere she was a key member of their Trial Group conducting medi- cal device products liability, class action and commercial defense work in both federal and state courts across the U.S. She has also advised and represented global and For- tune 500 company clients in a variety of high-profile mass tort matters. Bagwell graduated cum laude from Temple Universi- ty’s James E. Beasley School of

more than one million square feet of new developments and acquisitions between three projects, quickly demonstrat - ing his ability to source and execute transactions consistent with our strategy,” said Gene Preston , East Region partner at Dermody Properties. “His experience, execution and re- lationships will continue to benefit our customers, inves - tors and the company.” In 2020, Borny was named a GlobeSt. Fifty Under 40 award recipient – the award recogniz- es the achievements of young professionals in the commercial real estate industry. Before

joining Dermody Properties, Borny was a director at HFF in New Jersey, where he was responsible for sourcing and marketing industrial invest- ment property sales. Borny will manage land and building acquisitions, build-to- suit projects, development ac- tivities and asset management in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, New York, Maryland and Virginia. Borny i s a member o f NAIOP, the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the In- dustrial & Office Real Es - tate Brokers Association (IOREBA). MAREJ

MORRISTOWN, NJ — Dermody Properties an- nounced the promotion of Rob-

ert Borny, C C I M t o p a r t n e r . Bo r ny ha s b e e n w i t h the company since October 2017 and pre- viously held the position

Robert Borny

of senior vice president of Capital Deployment in the East Region. “In the three and a half years he’s been with Dermody Properties, Rob has sourced

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