16B — March 16 - 29, 2012 — Pennsylvania — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal



Talented team assembled 8 new comm’l. realtors to join Frederick Group

Liberty Property Trust promotes vice president Cohen named city manager of the Philadelphia Region

ALLENTOWN, PA — Ken- nethPalumbo has joined The Frederick Group to offer his

careers. They are Kevin Yar- nall, Elias Aoun, Hal Vas- vari, Barry Miller, Connie Miller, Brandon Reed and Michael Klingener . Kevin Yarnall, who is a member of the LVAR board of directors, coordinated the transition of the commercial agents to The Frederick Group and states; “As I looked for a real estate company to be affiliated, my goals for that Company were to have an established com- mercial presence in the Le- high Valley, more especially a company with a recognized reputation of integrity and of serving their clients well.” Doug Frederick, Broker/ Owner, said, “We are proud this talented assembly of com- mercial Realtors has decided to associate with our notable commercial team. They share our core values of market knowledge and client service,” concludes Frederick. ■


ALVERN , PA — Liberty Property Trust announced the

and success of Liberty in our hometown during the past seven years,” said John Gat- tuso, senior vice president and regional director for Liberty’s urban portfolio. “His energy, drive and team leadership have resulted in the success- ful implementation of some of our most exciting develop- ment projects, such as the Philadelphia Navy Yard, the Penn Health at Washington Square office tower, and the Tasty Baking Production fa- cility, among others. Just as important, Brian has helped to create an outstanding Liberty team to serve our growing ten- ant base and to seek out new opportunities for growth.” Currently, Cohen is respon- sible for overseeing the devel- opment of five buildings in the City of Philadelphia totaling approximately 515,000 s/f and representing approximately AIA, LEED AP. “She develops evidence-based planning and design solutions to achieve the best possible patient, staff and operational outcomes.” Launched in 2008, the EDAC program was the first attempt to standardize the practice and process of evidence-based design, and qualify an indi- vidual’s knowledge of that process. The CHD’s mission is to develop a community of certified industry profession- als through education and as- sessment of an evidence-based design process. Miovski has special expertise in planning for the full range

$160 million in investment in- cluding: a 205,000 s/f LEED® Platinum office building for GlaxoSmithKline, a 56,000 s/f LEED® Gold office building for Iroko Pharmaceuticals, two 50,000 s/f LEED® Certi- fied flex buildings and the aforementioned 150,000 s/f LEED® medical office build- ing for Penn Health. Recently completed devel- opment projects for which Cohen has been responsible include One Crescent Drive, the nation’s first developer owned LEED Platinum build- ing, Three Crescent Drive, a LEED Gold office building and the development of the 345,500 square foot LEED Silver bakery facility for Tasty Baking Company, all in the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Cohen joined Liberty Prop- erty Trust in 2001 as the Di- rector of Market Research. ■ of healthcare functions, from outpatient clinics to complex inpatient environments, and has completed projects at the Geisinger Medical Center, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Health System, St. Christopher’s Hos- pital for Children and Hospital for Special Surgery. As part of her commitment to evidence- based design, Miovski, regu- larly performs post-occupancy evaluations and shares her findings at national confer- ences including Healthcare De- sign, the Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo and the American Society of Healthcare Engineering. ■ Jamie is responsible for the execution of tasks including: development of property pre- sentation books and brochures; print ad copy writing, design and production; PowerPoint presentations; publishing of team, personal and property pages through cbre.com; and public relations including press release writing and distribu- tion. Prior to joining CRE, Jamie has worked as a Graphic De- signer/Marketing Coordinator. Her experience in the creative field covers a wide variety of marketing and advertising materials including advertise- ments, brochures, newsletters, event invitations, direct mail- ers, website, blog and email marketing. ■

services spe- cializing in commercial real estate leasing and sales. He relocat- ed to Lower M a c u n g i e Township in

promotion of vice presi- dent Brian Cohen t o c i t y man - ager of the c ompany ’s Philadelphia portfolio. In this role, Co-

Ken Palumbo

1990 from New York City to work at Rodale Press in a Management position. Kenneth received his Real Estate license in 2003 and has since worked at Coldwell Banker Heritage and Legend Properties. In addition, Ron Eichen- berg, managing director com- mercial sales & development, announced 7 commercial Realtors have selected The Frederick Group to further their commercial real estate

Brian Cohen

hen will manage development and oversee the leasing and property management of Liberty’s properties located in the City of Philadelphia (including Center City Phila- delphia and the Philadelphia Navy Yard), where he has been involved in some Phil- adelphia’s most environmen- tally responsible commercial developments. “Brian has made significant contributions to the growth

Kurowski & Wilson of K&W recognized

Miovski of EwingCole receives her EDAC

Harrisburg, PA — J. Marc Kurowski , Principal of K&W Engineers and Consultants

ThomasP.Wilson, PE, Prin- cipal at K&W Engineers and Consultants, recently accepted

PHILADELPHIA, PA — EwingCole announced that principal Natalie Miovski

in Dauphin C o u n t y , r e c e n t l y earned the MS Leader- ship Award f r om t h e N a t i o n a l Mu l t i p l e S c l e r o s i s

a position on the American Heart Associ- ation Capital Region Heart Walk Execu- tive Leader- ship Team. Tom will be he lping to

has received her Evidence- based Design Accreditation and Certifica- tion (EDAC) f r o m t h e Cen t e r f o r Health De- sign (CHD).

Thomas P. Wilson

J. Marc Kurowski

Natalie Miovski

Society of Central Pennsylva- nia. This award honors ex- ecutives for their outstanding contributions to the civic, busi- ness and cultural betterment of the Central Pennsylvania area. A proud supporter of MS research, Marc also raised close to $8,000 as part of the organization’s overall fundrais- ing goals. The National Multiple Scle- rosis Society is dedicated to ending the devastating effects of MS. They simultaneously fund research for a cure while also helping people who cur- rently live with MS lead more fulfilling lives. L A N C A S T E R , PA — RETTEW, an Engineering News-Record top 500 design firm providing engineering, transportation, environmen- tal consulting, planning and surveying services, recently welcomed Robbin L. Gregory, ASLA , as director of land devel- opment. As director of land develop-

lead a healthy movement in the Capital Region, raising aware- ness of cardiovascular disease and encouraging people to un- derstand the link between their overall health and their risk of heart disease and stroke. The American Heart Asso- ciation is a national volunteer agency dedicated to creating healthier lives free of cardiovas- cular disease and stroke. The Heart Walk is part of a larger American Heart Association, My Heart. My Life. healthy liv- ing initiative, designed to help Americans understand what it means to be healthy, and to take action. ■

“Natalie recognizes the ef- fects of planning and design on patient stress, patient and staff safety, staff effectiveness and quality,” said EwingCole’s President S. Mark Hebden,

CBRE’s Office Brokerage Group hires Brindle & Novotnak

the Scripps College of Commu- nications. Prior to joining CBRE, Brindle

PITTSBURGH, PA — Na- than Brindle is an associate within CBRE’s Office Broker-

was employed at Pennsylva- nia Commer- cial where his primary focus was general commer c i a l brokerage. As c l i ent services spe-

age Group , with a pri- mary focus on leasing office space in the Central Busi- ness District. C u r r e n t l y, B r i n d l e i s hard at work

ment, Gregory is responsible for maintaining extensive client contacts on all phases of proj- ects, growing and sustaining land development operations throughout RETTEW’s regional offices and providing quality assurance/quality control. Addi- tionally, Gregory is tasked with business development/market- ing and client retention. ■ RETTEW welcomes Gregory as director

Nathan Brindle Jamie Novotnak

cialist for the Office Brokerage Services Group, Jamie No- votnak provides brokers and staff with creatively designed marketing materials such as brochures, proposals and print advertising, as part of her over- all duties supporting the owners of over 10 million square feet of office buildings in this region.

representing over 1 million s/f of office space for lease. While primarily engaged in landlord representation, Nathan also works with corporations and sellers to meet their real estate related needs. Brindle graduated in May 2011 from Ohio University where he earned his B.A in from

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