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Coach’s Corner: Top 3 ways to elevate your CRE career in 2019

The Quarter features 30,600 s/f of commercial space Vocon completes design of Snavely Group mixed dev.

mercial real estate. The more you can connect the dots and understand how all the pieces fit together the more valuable you are and the better you can do your job. From salespeople, to lenders, to title folks, to engineers, to environmental experts there are a significant amount of sectors that touch commercial real estate. Once a month go to lunch with people in different disciplines to find out what is going on in their world. 3. Strengthen the non- technical skills. In many industries employ- ees focus on enhancing tech- nical skills in that discipline. Those are the primary skills that are part of the job descrip- tion. The differentiators are the soft skills. Public speak- ing, goal setting, or creative thinking are some soft skills that are non-specific to any one role, but typically help in every role. Christopher Ressa, CLS is Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer at DLC.  Kislak sells and leases historic restaurant and tavern SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The Kislak Company, Inc. announced the recent sale and lease of the former South Mountain Tavern, a historic restaurant and tavern space in downtown South Orange. The sale price for the proper- ty and a liquor license was $2.8 million. Terms of the related lease were not disclosed. Kislak marketed the 10,000 s/f property on an exclusive basis on behalf of the seller, 37 BBJN, LLC, with senior vice president Joni Sweetwood handling the assignment. Se- nior vice president Scott Da- vidovic represented the pur- chaser, B&D Holdings, LLC, a longtime Kislak client. In order to facilitate the sale of the property, Sweetwood also procured The Fox & Falcon as a tenant for the restaurant and tavern space. The Fox & Falcon is the latest project of renowned restaurateur and South Orange resident DavidMassoni, featur- ing elevated American cuisine, an inviting and open atmo- sphere and artisanal cocktails. The property is located in the heart of downtown South Orange across from the train station among many new and planned multifamily and mixed-used developments. 

1. Hit the road. Commercial real estate is a tangible asset class. While

techno l ogy has enabled us to do our jobs better there is no s ub s t i t u t e for being at properties in person. No matter your

LEVELAND, OH — Vocon provided archi- tectural and interior design services for The Quarter, a five-story, 270,400 s/f, mixed- use building in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood. The Snavely Group , a Chagrin Falls-based construction and real estate group, completed construction of the mixed-use project in July 2018. The Quarter features 30,600 s/f of commercial space and 194 rental apartments. Located on the corner of Detroit Ave. and West 25th St., the property fea- tures sweeping views of down- town Cleveland, Ohio City and C

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role in commercial real estate you learn more, have a greater understanding of markets, and most importantly are inspired with new ideas when you are in the field. 2. Connect with people outside of your discipline. There are vo luminous amounts of disciplines in com-

The Quarter

Lake Erie. The ground floor of the building houses several lo-

cal businesses, including a gro- cery store and a music school. 

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