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S hopping C enters Company promotes Burke, Feinberg, Tetreault, Quigley and Joyce

Wilder announces staff promotions


Wilder’s growing retail/mixed- use portfolio. Burke joined the company in 2006 as a Proj-

tor, retail leasing. Feinberg’s leasing focus is on specialty centers and mixed-use de- velopments throughout the Wilder portfolio. He joined the company in 2010 as an intern and rapidly developed a complete understanding of not only leasing strategies but how to complete a deal in today’s challenging retail environment. Feinberg is an active member of the ICSC. • Amy Tetreault to se- nior asset manager. Tetreault provides financial and opera- tional oversight for 1.3 million square feet of properties in- cluding retail, office and ga-

rage assets. She serves as the primary liaison to clients and owners regarding property op- erations and finances. Prior to joining the company in 2013, Tetreault spent nearly seven years at Samuels & Associates where she started as a Leasing Analyst and through several promotions became a regional general manager. • Paige Quigley to senior asset manager. Part of Wild- er’s property management team since 2007, Quigley over- sees financial and operational management for properties throughout a five-state area. She serves as the primary

liaison to clients and owners regarding property operations and finances. Prior to joining Wilder, Quigley worked for The Flatley Companies. In ad- dition to her shopping center experience she brings exten- sive knowledge and insight to her position as a former business owner and economic development director. • Matt Joyce to asset man- ager. Joyce joined Wilder in 2011 as a property manager, bringing several years of ex- perience in managing retail, office, industrial and mixed- use assets. His responsibilities for Wilder include managing centers from the Boston area to Connecticut. He joined the company from KeyPoint Partners and prior to that was an asset manager with KS Partners, LLC in Woburn, Massachusetts. Joyce is an active member of the ICSC and BOMA. “At Wilder we recognize our employees as our biggest asset. By promoting great tal- ent from within we are proud to continue building what we believe is one of the industry’s topmanagement, development and leasing teams," said Tom Wilder , principal.  ROCK Commercial Real Estate inks $475k retail sale YORK, PA — ROCK Com- mercial Real Estate recently completed the following trans- actions: • Cleaning Solutions I pur- chased a commercial prop- erty at 109 East Main St. in Windsor from Jay W. & Lisa J. Zortman for $153,500. John Birkeland , of ROCK Commercial Real Estate, rep- resented the seller in the transaction. • ColeCo PA Holdings LLC purchased a retail property at 1169 Eichelberger St. in Ha- nover from Dennis J. & Karen L. Axline. for $475,000. David Bode and Heather Kreiger , of ROCK Commercial Real Estate, represented the seller in the transaction. • Margetas Legal, LLC pur- chased a commercial property at 1815 West Market St. in York from Darren A. & Stella F. Surdich for $110,000. Ted Turnbull, Jason Turnbull and Ben Bode, of ROCK Com- mercial Real Estate, brokered the transaction. 

OSTON, MA — Wild- er, a national retail real estate develop-

ect Manager. With experi- ence in both pub l i c and private sec- tors as well as the service and c l i en t sides, Burke brings a vast

ment, man- agement and leasing firm announc ed that the fol- lowing em- ployees have recently been promoted: • K e l l i

Kelli Burke

Ryan Feinberg

amount of experience to Wild- er’s development department. Burke is a graduate of Worces- ter Polytechnic Institute with a degree in Civil Engineering. • Ryan Feinberg to direc-

Burke to senior vice presi- dent, development services. In this capacity Burke will continue to oversee the devel- opment, permitting, design and construction activities for

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