16B — August 19 - September 15, 2022 — New Jersey/Pennsylvania — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

New addition brings more than 15 years of CRE expertise Warwick joins WCRE as executive vice president

Program offers post-pandemic strategies NAIOP NJ holds seminar "Transformational Leadership”

M ARLTON, NJ — Wolf Commer- cial Real Estate

International alliance contin- ues to open up new business opportunities,” Wolf added. Over the course of nearly 15 years in real estate, Warwick has represented both owners and occupiers and worked directly for several REITs and Private Equity ownership firms. She brings a unique perspective as she has devel- oped strategies and completed transactions from all sides. Prior to joining WCRE, War- wick worked with Liberty Prop- erty Trust, Somerset Proper- ties and Nessel Development. Erin’s commercial real es- tate career began in property management/marketing/leas- ing administration for Liberty Property Trust. Subsequent to Liberty selling off their core office assets, Warwick then joined Somerset Properties in 2014 and focused on leasing and tenant relations for over 200 office tenants including Virtua Health, Morgan Stan- ley, PMA and American Water. She analyzed the workflow of the company, created business plans, and became an expert on buildings and systems. Erin also coordinated the efforts of dispositions of assets at the end of Somerset’s hold vs. sell model.

Most recently, Warwick was asset manager for Nessel Development, an innovative, environmentally sustainable real estate investment firm centrally focused in Southern New Jersey with a splash of a few retail, manufacturing, and grocery store holdings in the US and a few offices in North Jersey. Nessel Development helped Warwick to cultivate the tenant relationship while acquiring new assets to grow its investment strategy of so- lar installation. Nessel’s core values included incorporating various green practices into its properties and sharing the financial success of its efforts with the community. “WCRE is widely regarded as one of the most innovative and forward-looking com- mercial real estate broker- age and advisory firms in the Philadelphia area and beyond,” said Warwick. “I am honored to join this team of accomplished professionals and look forward to using my experience to transform and grow the WCRE brand across the region. Warwick graduated from University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor of Business Administration. MAREJ in the sale of multifamily and other investment properties throughout northern New Jer- sey. He received Kislak’s 2011 Rookie of the Year award and was promoted to a vice presi- dent in 2017. Scheinerman is having an extraordinary 2022 with sales through mid-year totaling more than $100,000,000. Among them are two marquee luxury multifamily sales in Hacken- sack, NJ: the $38,500,000 sale of 22 Sussex, a new 88-unit building, and the $36,000,000 sale of the VUE Hackensack, a 78-unit building. Additional sales include the $22,5000,000 sale of Bella at Bergenfield, a new 62-unit luxury building in Bergenfield, NJ and the $8,441,836 of a three-property multifamily portfolio in North Arlington, NJ. Scheinerman earned a Bach- elor of Arts in business ad- ministration from Townson University and an MBA in real estate and finance from New York University. He is also a licensed real estate salesperson in New Jersey. MAREJ

(WCRE) an- nounced the hiring of Erin Warwick to lead the firm’s growth in the Pennsylvania & New Jersey markets. “Add i ng

Erin Warwick

NAIOP New Jersey’s workplace-focused seminar shown (L-R): Keynote speaker Xiangmin (Helen) Li and panelists Roselyn Feinsod, Terry Har- ris, Jessica Casey, Joseph Galley (moderator) and Jeffery Fuller.

Erin to our team is going to provide a huge boost for both our current and future plans. Her vast industry experience, community involvement, re- lationships and knowledge of the market is a perfect match for WCRE, and we could not be happier to have Erin join our team”, said Jason Wolf , managing principal at WCRE. Warwick’s new role comes amid WCRE’s continuing ex- pansion in the region, adding numerous seasoned brokers and increasing its activity in the Southern New Jersey, the Greater Philadelphia region, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Northeastern Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley. “Erin’s guidance will play a key role in managing our growth and recruiting new talent, especially as CORFAC

ROSELAND, NJ — Com- mercial real estate companies, like all businesses, are grap- pling with recruiting and re- taining talent in a candidate’s job market – and at a time when COVID-19 has trans- formed both the workplace and the workforce. NAIOP New Jersey’s recent seminar, “Transformational Leadership: The Workforce of Tomorrow,” provided research-based in- sights and actionable strategies to help organizations and their leadership meet the consider- able challenges of the post- pandemic workplace. Discussion moderator Jo- seph Galley , VP with GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc., said the genesis of the program began when the commercial real estate development asso- ciation’s board of directors met to talk about issues impacting the commercial real estate market today. “At our NAIOP NJ leadership training in Feb., we were asked, ‘What’s keep- ing you up at night?’ It came down to the fact that we are all dealing with hiring employees, finding employees and keeping employees. This program is the result of those discussions.” Keynote speaker Xiangmin (Helen) Liu , a professor in the School of Management and La- bor Relations at Rutgers Uni- versity , recommended strate- gies for improving workforce engagement that are grounded in current academic research. “In today’s business environ- ment, companies cannot al- ways buy the right talent,” she said. “Transformational leaders should personalize and digitize learning, and expand the focus from the development of skills to the development of mindsets and capabilities that will help workers perform well now and adapt in the future.” Galley led the panel dis- cussion, which focused on recruitment, retention and

workplace strategy from a range of perspectives, includ- ing consulting and executive search as well as leadership of both large and small firms. The panelists were Terry Harris , market director and COO for JLL ; Jessica Casey , manag- ing director with Ferguson Partners; Roselyn Feinsod, principal at Ernst & Young; and Jeffery Fuller , COO of Alfred Sanzari Enterprises . Key takeaways included: Maintaining existing teams and recruiting talent requires prioritizing location, sched- ule flexibility and rethinking workspaces, as well as com- petitive compensation. The pandemic has changed the way people define rewards and compensation, with flex- ibility and work/life balance taking precedence. Companies can no longer take a one-size- fits-all approach. The Great Resignation could also be dubbed “career epiph- any” as people leave not just jobs, but their industries, in pursuit of something new. It is important to move away from the idea of “ex-employee” to “alumni,” as some may come full circle in the future. NAIOP NJ CEO Michael McGuinness noted, “The thought leaders and experts gathered here have offered compelling data and an in- sightful exchange of informa- tion that will help businesses navigate the current workplace environment and be better pre- pared for the future.” Founded in 1970, NAIOP NJ is a chapter of NAIOP, a leading trade association for developers, owners investors, asset managers and other pro- fessionals in commercial real estate with 19,000 members in North America. NAIOP advances responsible commer- cial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy. MAREJ

Kislak announces executive promotions accomplishments.”

HAMILTON, NJ — The Kislak Company, Inc. an- nounced two executive promo-

Demaris Liquori joined Kis- lak in 2006 and was most re-

cently the firm’s mar- keting man- ager. She is at the forefront of Kislak’s nu- merous mark- ing initiatives and leads the firm’s mar- keting and

tions at the firm’s annual summer out- ing, which was held this year at the Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton. Demaris Liquori was

Demaris Liquori

Andrew Scheinerman

research teams. Liquori is responsible for the planning, development and implementation of Kislak’s branding and public relations initiatives. She also oversees the firm’s marketing technol- ogy used to enable Kislak’s salespeople and leasing agents to efficiently market, sell and lease properties for clients. Liquori earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and lin- guistics from Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences and an MBA in marketing and management from Rutgers Business School. Andrew Scheinerman joined Kislak in 2011 and specializes

promoted to director of market- ing and Andrew Scheiner- man was promoted to a senior vice president. “These promotions are ex- tremely well-earned and well- deserved,” said Jason Pucci , chief executive officer. “Demaris and Andrew contribute greatly to our firm’s success. They bring a unique skill set and successful approach to our business with Demaris successfully leading all of our marketing efforts and Andrew as a dominant invest- ment sales and multifamily specialist in his market. I thank and congratulate them for their dedicated work and numerous

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