24B — August 31 - September 13, 2012 — Shopping Centers — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople & C ompany N ews

Bringing over 23 years of experience in retail business Katri joins the Goldstein Group as a sales associate years of experience in the retail business sector. Urban / Central business district locations.

Features energy efficient day lighting system Lakeland Bank relocates operations & training cntr.


ARAMUS, NJ —Con- tinuing The Gold- stein Group’s expan-

Emil worked with sev- eral department stores and gained expertise in retail marketing, store design, product placement, and the daily operations of retail businesses. He has expe- rience managing his self- owned single and multi-unit residential properties and is fluent in several languages. He will be specializing in and Wastewater Business. He then moved to Psomas, one of the top-ranked engineering firms serving clients in the transportation, water, site de- velopment federal and energy markets across the Western United States. Steve served the firm as the senior vice president/principal–Water/ Wastewater Division Head. In 2010, Steve formed his own firm, the Winchester Con- sulting Group LLC, to assist companies serving the water industry, including engineer- ing, technology and venture capital firms. also manage the firm’s work in the Marcellus Shale in- dustry. Viscuso previously served as vice president and commercial sector lead for Stantec. Viscuso brings 39 years of experience to Pennoni. His work specialties include site-civil design and land development permitting and entitlement. He currently serves as the Township En- has welcomed Martin Khait . Khait worked in Fameco’s Cen- ter City office as part of his col- legiate work/study program. Fameco’s Management divi- sion has increased the size of its portfolio with the addition of several high profile assign- ments including Stanbery Development’s Pennsylvania and New Jersey shopping cen- ter portfolio and other assign- ments frommajor Philadelphia based owners. This growth has necessitated the need for ad- ditional property management staff and two promotions. Doug Spinler has joined the team as a property manage- ment accountant. He spent the past 2 years at Stoltz Manage-

“We are excited to welcome Emil to The Goldstein Group as part of the on-going expan- sion of our sales and market- ing efforts to better service our clients,” stated Chuck Lanyard, president.  “Emil’s in-depth experience in the retail sector provides the ideal expertise for supporting the needs of our tenant and landlord clients.” n Steve has a B.S. in Business Administration and an M.B.A. in Finance andMarketing. His thirty years of broad-based op- erational experience, including international, mergers and ac- quisitions, turnarounds, sales and strategic planning will serve BLwell as we continue to grow and expand in our target markets. Steve joins current external Board members, Steve Fisher and Waite Dalrymple as well as four internal Board mem- bers: Mark Koellner, Jennifer Marks, Rainer Muhlbauer and Carolyn Stanworth. n gineer in Aston Township and the Township of Upper Chichester. He developed the curriculum for a Land Development course at Wid- ener University, where he serves as an Adjunct Pro- fessor, and he has spoken nationally on the permitting and entitlement process and written and published numerous articles on the topic. n ment Company and another 14 years at RREEF Manage- ment Company. In an internal move, Albert Yaghooty has been promoted to property management accounting su- pervisor managing the group’s 7 Property Management Ac- countants. Yaghooty formerly served as one of the group’s property management ac- countants for 2 years. Terri Stachowitz has been pro- moted and will assume the role of the accounting group’s executive assistant. Stachow- itz has been with Fameco for 1 year and came to the company with several years of prop- erty management accounting experience. n

sion efforts, Emil Katri has j oined as a sal es a s s o c i a t e , announced p r e s i d e n t Chuck Lan- yard of The G o l d s t e i n Group.  Emil brings over 23 Emil Katri

Winchester joins BL Companies’ Board of Directors with thirty years of experience

 Jefferson Mayor Russell Felter, and landlord John Azarian, center, get ready to cut the Lakeland Bank teal ribbon with members of the Bank’s senior management team Lou Luddecke, chief operations officer; Mary Ann Deacon, chairman of the board; and Thomas Shara, president and chief executive officer.

MERIDEN, CT— BL Com- panies announced that Steve Winchester has joined its Board of Di- rectors. S t e v e

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Re- gal Bank was recently rec- ognized as a 5-Star Superior Bank by BauerFinancial, Inc. , the nation’s leading bank rating and research firm. The prestigious 5-Star rating indicates Regal is one of the strongest banks in the nation, excelling in areas of capital and asset quality, prof- itability, and much more. “It’s been a goal for Re- gal Bank to provide the ut- most service to our customers while helping them reach their financial goals,” says Regal bank chairman David Orbach. “This 5-Star rating Lakeland Bank colleagues and the Board of Directors joined Jefferson Mayor Russell Felter, local dignitaries and landlord JohnAzarian at a Ribbon Cut- ting Ceremony. Once the teal ribbon was cut, Shara invited guests to tour the new office space and enjoy light refresh- ments with the Bank staff. Lakeland Bank purchases rights under theA&P lease to oc- JEFFERSON, NJ — Thomas J. Shara, president and CEO of Lakeland Bank , has an- nounced the relocation of Lake- land Bank’s Operations and Training departments to a site in Jefferson. “The opportunity to relocate our staff to a facility near our headquarters was a win for our colleagues and the Bank as well as the Jefferson community,” said Shara. “The Bank’s execu- tive teamwas pleased the reloca- tion would have minimal impact on our colleagues while helping to improve the appearance and business activity in this com- mercial zone.

testifies to our dedication to continued success and growth.” BauerFinancial, Inc. presi- dent Karen L. Dorway said, “As big banks grow increas- ingly complex and inflex- ible it’s encouraging to know there are still community banks, like Regal Bank, that have mastered the three R’s of banking. Regal Bank is 1) Responsive to its customers’ needs, 2) Responsible in its underwriting and invest- ments, and 3) Respected by the nation’s premier bank rating and research firm as well as its customers.” n The renovation of the former supermarket space into an of- fice environment included the installation of environmentally friendly day lighting. The use of day lighting will direct natural lighting to the center of the building which is good for our colleagues. Studies show that natural light makes workers feel and work better, prevents eye strain, and boosts productivity. Plus it’s good for the environ- ment. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Man- agement Program reports that day lighting can significantly cut lighting energy use for lighting building interiors, sometimes by up to 75% or 80%. n cupy the space at 5716 Berkshire Valley Road, which had been vacant since the A&P moved about 10 years ago. The Bank finished extensive renovations to 27,000 s/f of the facility in June, and completed the relocation of staff to the new center in July. The Bank is currently seeking a sub-tenant for the remaining 7,500 s/f.

started his career with McDonne l l Douglas and then joined Black & Ve- atch, a glob-

Steve Winchester

al engineering firm, where he served in various capacities for sixteen years ending as the regional manager of the Pa- cific Northwest Region’s Water

Pennoni Associates names Viscuso VP and office director for the West Chester location

CONSHOHOCKEN, PA - Fameco Real Estate, LP, announced that it has hired 3 new salespeople and has expanded its property man- agement group with the hire of a new property management accountant and several inter- nal moves to better support its growth. The newest addition to the Plymouth Meeting office is Rich Guthridge . Guthridge served as an intern at Fameco last summer. Haley Samsi has joined the Center City of- fice. Prior to joining Fameco, Samsi was the retail outreach manager for Philadelphia’s Center City District. Fameco’s Woodbridge, New Jersey office West Chester, PA — Pennoni Associates announced t h a t J o e V i s c u s o , PE, PLS , h a s b e e n named vice p r e s i d e n t and office di- rector for the firm’s West Chester location. He will Joe Viscuso

Regal Bank recognized as 5-Star Superior Bank by BauerFinancial

Fameco hires new salespeople & expands propety mgmt. grp.

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