12A — January 27 - February 9, 2012 — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
P EOPLE ON THE M OVE
Brokers of the Year - 2011 Harvey, Hanna & Associates awards Italiano and Musi
PHILADELPHIA, PA — Crystal Garcia has joined Philadelphia-based Reger marketing program for the firm and its five offices. Reger Rizzo & Darnall is a general service law firm serv- ing clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region in a va- riety of areas, including cor- porate and business services, labor and employment, real estate, utility and zoning and land use. ■ Capmark Finance, and its pre- decessor company GMACCom- mercial Mortgage, in the firm’s proprietary lending group. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Middlebury College in Vermont and is a FINRA Series 7 and Series 63 Registered Representative. “HFF is excited to welcome Tom to the New Jersey office and expand upon our debt placement team in a continu- ing effort to serve our clients growing needs in this ever changing capital markets en- vironment both locally and nationally,” said Jon Mikula, senior managing director in HFF’s New Jersey office. ■ FLORHAM PARK, NJ – HFF announced that Tom Graziano has joined the firm as a director in its New Jersey office. Graziano will focus on debt, structured finance and joint venture equity transactions for office, retail, multi-hous- ing and industrial properties throughout the northeastern United States. Prior to join- ing HFF, Graziano was a vice president in the Loan Portfolio Strategies Group of Keefe, Bruyette &Woods, Inc. in New York. Prior to that, he worked as a director at The Ackman- Ziff Real Estate Group, LLC. Graziano began his career at PINE BROOK, NJ — GSH Group, Inc. , a global fa- cilities and energy manage- ment provider throughout the United States and Europe, announced that it has been approved as an ESCO, En- ergy Services Company (C036), by the State of New Jersey’s Division of Property Management & Construction (DPMC). This certification allows GSH to bid energy contracts for state agencies including municipalities and schools. In January of 2009, former- Governor Jon Corzine signed a bill that required all general GSH Group receives ESCO Certification contractors and ESCO’s per- forming public work activities under an energy-savings pro- gram to be classified with the DPMC. The agency’s applica- tion process requires the ap- plicant to provide evidence of its expertise, financial stabil- ity, and ability in performing a full complement of energy services. This includes utility analysis, site surveys, project management, measurement and verification, and financ- ing energy projects, as well as experience with a variety of energy conservationmeasures including mechanical and re- newable projects. ■ Colliers Int’l. names Miley assistant VP of engineering & project management HFF NJ welcomes Graziano as dir. in debt placement group Crystal Garcia As marketing director Garcia joins Reger Rizzo & Darnall, LLP Rizzo &Dar- nall, LLP as marketing di- rector. In her position, Gar- c i a wi l l es - tablish and implement an integrated
ILMINGTON, DE — Harvey, Hanna & Associates, Inc.
6 acres. As a consequence of this lease, 15 full-time jobs were created in Delaware. Italiano was the first-ever recipient of the HHA “Broker of the Year” in 2000, and now returns as an honoree eleven years later. Musi successfully negotiated the lease for The Tile Market of Delaware to relocate to a new commercial/retail space at 405 East Marsh Lane in the Newport Industrial Park, home to numerous redevelop- ment projects in 2011. The Tile Market of Delaware (tilemarketofde.com) is the premier Tri-State importer, distributor and retailer of fine ceramic tile, marble and gran- ite throughout the world. The 55,960 sq ft long-term leased space encompasses a design center and retail showroom for a wide array of products, including tile, stone, and cus- tom granite countertops. The leased space proves a central location for product import, storage, fabrication, distribution, and sales of tile and stone products, with a product inventory of over 1 mil- lion s/f of tile, stone, and slabs “Susan’s reputation as a prominent environmental at- torney makes her a strong asset to our firm,” said Michael D. Sirota, co-managing share- holder of Cole Schotz. “Her ex- perience strengthens our ability to serve clients throughout the country with environmental law needs.” Karp joins Cole Schotz with nearly 20 years of experience in counseling clients with envi- ronmental matters, particularly brownfields redevelopment, contaminated site remedia- tion, ISRA compliance and cost recovery. She is well practiced in identifying and pursuing financial incentive programs, man (shown left, the PAPA International Master Photog- rapher award for aerial photog- raphy excellence. He is also one of the few PAPACertifiedAerial Photographers in the US. Seeman is the owner of Capi- tol Aerials which is an aerial photography firm that has
routinely in stock. The new facility employs 45 persons. “Both Steve Italiano and Ken Musi leveraged their respec- tive expertise in bringing high- value business enterprises to the most suitable and strategic locations in Delaware,” stated Thomas Hanna, HHA vice president. “It was impossible to choose between the talent, business savvy, and the hard work that culminated in both of these transactions, and we there- fore are pleased to recognize the immense contributions of both Steve and Ken for 2011,” Hanna added. In recognition of the achieve- ments of both Mr. Italiano and Musi, HHA will donate $3,000 in the name of CB Richard Ellis and Musi Commercial Properties, respectively, to The Delaware KIDS (Kids In Distressed Situations) Fund. This charitable fund was es- tablished by HHA to support a wide array of causes for local youth, including specialized support for hunger, shelter, and tuition scholarships. Congratulations, Steve and Ken, and thank you for your splendid accomplishments! ■ grants and loans applicable to cleanups and redevelopment projects. She has pursued nu- merous Redevelopment Agree- ments with the New Jersey Economic Development Authority and cleanup grants through the New Jersey De- partment of Environmental Protection, under which clients have qualified for substantial reimbursements of cleanup costs. Karp is on the board of direc- tors of the Industrial Com- mercial Real Estate Women of New Jersey and is serv- ing her second term as the organization’s Philanthropy Director. ■ been in business for 26 years. Capitol Aerials offers complete custom service and stock aerial images for real estate, construc- tion, solar, residential and legal interest. It provides service to the continental U.S., Hawaii, parts of Canada and other countries. ■
(HHA) announced that Steve Italian o of CB Richard Ellis and Ken Musi of Musi Com- mercial Properties have been jointly selected as its “2011 Brokers of the Year.” In the midst of a challenging real estate market, both gen- tlemen contributed to HHA’s continued success in 2011. Italiano successfully nego- tiated the lease for MAGCO Incorporated, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Kissner Group of Ontario, Canada, now leasing 618 Lambson Lane, Delaware River Indus- trial Park, New Castle, DE. The Kissner Group (kissner. com) produces a wide array of award-winning earthen and ice-melting products appli- cable to both commercial and residential applications. At the New Castle facility, organic materials, including com- post, are stored and processed as feedstock for subsequent product formulation and ap- plication. The Kissner Group is leasing more than 94,000 s/f at this site, including warehouse and office space over a span of
Capitol Aerials’ president receives master photographer award
EDISON, NJ — The International Professional Aerial Pho- t ographer s Association h a s g i v e n Mark See-
Schotz welcomes Karp to Environmental Dept.
HACKENSACK, NJ — The law firm of Cole, Schotz, Meisel, Forman & Leon-
ard, P.A. an- nounced the addition of Su- san C. Karp as a partner in the firm’s Environmen- t a l Depar t - ment. She will be based in
ence, specializes in both new construction and renovations for public and private orga- nizations. Prior to joining Colliers International, she managed projects for Heery International, a professional services firm specializing in architecture, engineering and construction management. She has managed diverse civil and architectural proj- ects. ■
BALTIMORE, MD — Col- liers International named Emily Miley assistant vice president of engineering and project management. Miley oversees tenant and owner improvements for retail and commercial properties as well as helps manage the engineer- ing department. Miley, who has more than 25 years of construction and project management experi-
Susan C. Karp
Cole Schotz’s Hackensack office. Karp was previously a partner with Farer Fersko in Westfield, where she practiced with Rich- ard Ericsson, who joined Cole Schotz this Fall to Chair the environmental department.
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