14A — January 30 - February 12, 2015 — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


P eople & C ompany N ews

KaplinStewartnamesSnyder &Farrell partners of the firm

Company donates $3,000 to The Delaware KIDS HHAselectsRicci andFlynnas 2014 Brokers of the Year

gotiating financing transac- tions. He built his practice by listening to client needs, be-

BLUE BELL, PA — Kap- lin Stewart announced that Marc A. Snyder, Esq. has

ing efficient without com- p r omi s i n g quality, and developing long-lasting r e l a t i o n - ships based on trust and integrity.

been named a partner of the firm. S n y d e r concentrates his practice in the areas of Real Es- tate Trans- actions.


23,856 s/f of warehouse, office and showroom space at 200 Anchor Mill Rd. in the Twins

EWPORT, DE — Harvey, Hanna & Assoc iates , Inc .

hard work and commitment to excellence to bring us a value- adding, stellar tenant,” said Thomas J. Hanna , HHA vice president and chief operating officer. In recognition of Ricci and Flynn’s achievements, HHA will donate $3,000 in the name of The Flynn Company to The Delaware KIDS (Kids In Dis- tressed Situations) Fund. This charitable fund was established by HHA to support a wide ar- ray of causes for local youth, including specialized support for hunger, shelter, and tuition scholarships. Since 1997, HHA has donated over $1 million to local charitable causes. n hundreds of projects, as well as thousands of traffic impact and parking studies nationwide. He is the second engineer to serve on the SEPTA Board of Direc- tors where he is the chairman of the Administrative Committee and the Audit Committee. Lanigan will work with Hearn and David Dannen- felser , managing director and principal of Colliers, in representing landlords and tenants in the Baltimore region. n president/partner of CBRE OK and Bob Knakal , Chairman of Massey Knakal , discussed the state of the commercial real es- tate market on a national level, and in the NY Metropolitan area. n TPD is a civil engineering firm specializing in trans- portation engineering and related construction and en- vironmental services with eight offices serving the Mid- Atlantic region. n information, and other as- sumptions. And because re- gional companies like Levin are in the market working with owners, brokers and investors every day, they are frequently the first to hear that an owner is ready to sell and can proactively work to source off-market acquisition opportunities. n

Spans Busi- ness Park in New Castle. “ W e a r e e x c i t e d t o welcome Art Guild to Twin S p a n s , a s they bring a cutting-edge

(HHA) an- nounced that David Ricci and Co l in F l y n n o f The Flynn C omp a n y ha v e b e e n selected as its “2014 Bro- kers of the Year.”

Amee S. Farrell

Marc A. Snyder

Snyder represents buyers and sellers, landlords and tenants, developers and in- vestors, and lenders through- out the country. A significant part of his practice focuses on retail, office and industrial leasing, sales and acquisi- tions of all types of commer- cial and residential projects, creating and documenting condominiums and planned communi t ies, preparing partnership and other joint venture agreements, and ne-

Amee S. Farrell, Esq. has been named a partner of Kaplin Stewart Meloff Reiter & Stein, P.C. Farrell concentrates her practice in the areas of land use, land development and zoning of commercial, public and residential real estate. Farrell represents private developers throughout Penn- sylvania and New Jersey before municipal board, state and federal agencies, and in state courts. n ued at more than $200 million, with 100 tenants. He is credited with industrial condominium sales of $67 million, investment sales of $95 million, and acqui- sitions totaling $100 million for the firm. Prior to joining Tulfra in 2006, he worked with a pri- vate, New Jersey-based real estate investor where he over- saw a portfolio of 600,000 s/f of offices and 120 apartments. Credited as a pioneer in the industrial condominium concept, Tulfra Realty Co. and its affiliates currently own and manage four million s/f of industrial and commer- cial real estate, encompassing more than 50 buildings with 200 public and private ten- ants in Northern and Central NJ. The firm currently has an additional 500,000 s/f under development. n Keystone has been expanding its Tri-State portfolio, acquir- ing over two million s/f of office space in a series of joint venture acquisitions and independent deals. Sklow will be tapped with utilizing his real estate intelligence and keen business acumen to redevelop and repo- sition the properties, enhancing the overall tenant experience. In addition to his expertise on the real estate industry and its trends, Sklow is a CPA and the recipient of an MBA from New York University, and pos- sesses significant financial and business acumen. n

David Ricci

Colin Flynn

business model to the industry along with value-adding prod- ucts, jobs and services to the lo- cal economy,” said E. Thomas Harvey , president, HHA. “We thank and congratu- late David and Colin for their ing from his prior sales po- sition provides for a great transition into the commercial real estate industry. Adding him to our industrial leasing team is a great move for the company, and he is already establishing strong relation- ships within the Colliers’ offic- es nationally, as well as with ecutive) and Eric Menzer (York Revolution president and gen- eral manager), as well as his Team’s 16 other members, in “reviewing state agencies and providing insight into issues that will allow [the Governor- Elect] to have the knowledge necessary to hit the ground running on January 20th”. During his 30 year career as a transportation professional, Johnson has prepared and managed highway and inter- section final design plans for day, January 26th at the New York Athletic Club in NYC. The event was co-hosted with the SIOR NY/NJ Chapters. Guest speakers Angela West, SIOR, MCR , 2014- 2015 SIOR president and vice identify specific shopping center nuances, such as po- tential at-risk tenants and property deficiencies, and gauge the center’s position in relation to competing and proposed shopping centers. Finally, they can be valuable partners in the underwriting process, assembling capi- tal and expense budgeting

In the midst of a slowly recov- ering real estate market, Ricci and Flynn contributed greatly to HHA’s continued success in 2014, facilitating the lease of a new tenant, Art Guild, into

TPD’s Johnson joins Transportation Transition Team BALTIMORE, MD — Col- liers International hired Bobby Lanigan as a leasing and sales associate. In his new position, Lanigan will help lease and acquire the growing 3.5 million s/f of industrial, warehouse and flex portfolio along the I-95 corridor. “Bobby’s success and train- Colliers adds Lanigan as leasing & sales associate the larger users in the region” said TimothyHearn , CEO of Colliers | Baltimore.

Tulfra Realty Co. appoints Jumani partner & president

R O C H E L L E P A R K , NJ — Sonny Jumani has been named full partner and

president of Tulfra Re- alty Co. , an- nounced S. Lloyd Tulp and Sal Fra- ssetto , who head the Ro- chelle Park- based indus-

POTTSTOWN, PA — Traf- fic Planning and Design, Inc. (TPD) president, Kevin

J o h n s o n , P . E . , h a s been invited to join the Transporta- tion Transi- tion Team. Per the Gov- ernor-Elect, Johnson will

Sonny Jumani

trial real estate management and development company. “Sonny has a solid, established track record in the real estate industry, and is a highly val- ued member of our team,” said Tulp. “He is well-deserving of this new role.” Tulp and Frassetto will re- main as co-chairman. At Tulfra, Jumani oversees a portfolio of two million s/f, val-

Kevin Johnson

join the Team co-chairs, Kathy Dahlkemper (Erie County ex-

IOREBA co-hosts annual State Of The Market Dinner with the SIOR NY/NJ chapters at the New York Athletic Club

ISELIN, NJ — T he Indus- trial and Office Real Estate Brokers Association of the New York Metropolitan Area (IOREBA) hosted its an- nual State of the Market dinner and networking event on Mon-

Keystone Property Group hires Sklow as VP of development and leasing

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Keystone Property Group announced the hire of Thomas

J. Sklow as VP of devel- opment and leasing. S k l o w , an industry leader with more than 20 years of expe- rience in real

continued from page 2A Market for smaller retail property trades heats up

On the buyer’s side, good advisors know their markets on a granular level. Their role may include helping investors better understand market specific retail funda- mentals, providing market lease rates and other terms. They can also provide demo- graphic profiles for tenants,

Thomas J. Sklow

estate development, leasing and management, will be re- sponsible for overseeing Key- stone’s NY, NJ, and CT office properties. Over the past year,

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