April 2024

28A — April 2024 — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

Firm enters the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania market Horvath & Tremblay welcomes industry veteran Mark Taylor

Kaleb Hurley of Hurley RE & Auctions earns CAI designation

business development activities for LEGACY Global Sports, a worldwide sports event and logistics company based out of Portsmouth, NH. Boland graduated from The Boys’ Latin School and Johns Hopkins University where he is actively involved in both communities. “Since joining MacKenzie two years ago as part of an in- tact team with Patrick Smith, Chris has achieved tremendous success serving the real estate requirements of companies, developers, investors and own- ers,” said Scott Wimbrow , president of MacKenzie Com- mercial Real Estate Services, LLC. “He is extremely well known and highly-respected in the greater Maryland area and brings a motivational and com- petitive spirit to every assign- ment. Together with Patrick, the team has added diversified skill sets and depth to our team which, in turn, consistently brings value to our company.” Last year, The MacKenzie Cos. executed more than 850 separate real estate trans- actions and completed more than 185 construction proj- ects throughout the greater Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia area in 2023, both of which represent the highest totals in its 56-year corporate history. MAREJ The NAA is a membership- based organization and repre- sents a range of auction profes- sionals who service a variety of industries. The association is dedicated to being the voice of the auction industry and providing its members with educational programming and resources to help them advance themselves and, in turn, the industry. Members of the NAA abide by a strict Code of Eth- ics and are connected with an extensive network of auction professionals. MAREJ CAI candidates join auction professionals from across the world to learn from some of the nation’s most distinguished and respected industry leaders. About the National Auctioneers Association Founded in 1949, NAA is the world’s largest profes- sional association dedicated to auction professionals. Headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas, the NAA rep- resents the interests of thou- sands of auction professionals in the U.S., Canada and across the world.

GREENCASTLE, PA — Greencastle auctioneer, Ka- leb Hurley, of Hurley Real

Estate & Auctions , r e c e n t l y completed his training at the pres- tigious Cer- tified Auc- t i oneer s Institute (CAI) . Devel-

P HILADELPHIA, PA — Horvath & Trem- blay , one of the most

investment properties across 42 states. Previously senior manag- ing director investments at a national brokerage, he has es- tablished himself as a top agent in the investment real estate sales space, receiving numerous awards for his accomplishments. Horvath & Tremblay’s entry into Philadelphia marks the first new market for the firm in 2024, coming at the heels of a successful year in 2023, which saw the firm continue to execute on its overall stra- tegic growth plan. Horvath & Tremblay opened three new of- fices – New York City; Tampa, Florida; and Bethesda, MD. Horvath & Tremblay is head- quartered in Boston, MA and

has a total of thirteen offices across the United States. Horvath & Tremblay is one of the most active and success- ful Investment Real Estate Brokerage firms in the United States. The company’s advi- sors specialize in the sale of single tenant net-lease, multi- tenant retail, apartment and mixed-use properties, and have market pacing experience suc- cessfully structuring sale lease- back programs, portfolio dispo- sitions, and 1031 exchanges. The firm is dedicated to being the preferred source of informa- tion and expertise in the mar- ketplace for private investors, developers, institutions, and industry professionals. MAREJ

active and successful Investment Real Estate Brokerage firms in the US, has hired veteran bro- ker Mark Taylor as the firm en-

Kaleb Hurley

oped by the National Auc- tioneers Association (NAA) , the CAI program is the indus- try’s premier training program for auction professionals. Hurley joins an exclusive group as there were 725 current CAI designation holders in the world as of September 2022. The three-year designation is an intensive, executive development program offer- ing professional auctioneers instruction and coursework in business planning, operations, development and structure. The NAA conducts CAI ev- ery year in March at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN.

Mark Taylor

ters the Philadelphia market. Taylor brings with him over 35 years of commercial real estate brokerage experience. Taylor has an extensive track record in the industry, having brokered over $3.5 billion in

NAI CIR’s Executive VP, Bill Gladstone named one of NAI Global’s 2023 Top Producers Worldwide

NAI Global. “We are proud of Bill Gladstone’s success, and the dedication and commit- ment to service excellence he has shown. It underscores the power of NAI Global in building business and showcases the deep local roots and profes- sionalism of our professionals.” In 2023, the Bill Gladstone Group had a significant im - pact on the Central PA re- gion. He completed a total of 84 transactions, involving 437,045 s/f and 71.15 acres of land. Some of his most notable deals from that year include representing J.B. Hunt Transport in the sale of 11.57 acres at 2224 Paxton St. in Harrisburg and assist- ing a fellow SIOR/CCIM in securing a 23,100 s/f lease for a tenant at 140 Corporate

Dr. in Spartansburg, SC. Ad- ditionally, Bill facilitated the sale of a +/-22,000 s/f office investment at 3425 Simpson Ferry Rd. in Camp Hill. About NAI Global NAI Global is a leading global commercial real estate broker- age firm. NAI Global offices are leaders in their local markets and work in unison to provide clients with exceptional solu- tions to their CRE needs. NAI Global has +325 offices stra - tegically located throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific, with over 5,800 local market professionals, managing in ex- cess of 1.1 billion s/f of property and facilities. Annually, NAI Global completes in excess of $20 billion in CRE transactions throughout the world. MAREJ

HARRISBURG, PA — Each year, NAI Global recognizes the Top 100 Producers from its

+325 mem- ber firms across the globe. Bill Gladstone , executive vice presi- dent of NAI CIR , was recognized as the 36th

Mackenzie CRE Services promotes Chris Boland to vice president

LUTHERVILLE, MD — Chris Boland has been pro- moted to VP, MacKenzie

Commercial Real Estate Services, LLC , the full-service brokerage di- vision of The MacKenzie Companies, LLC . Former- ly senior real

Bill Gladstone

Top Producer among NAI Glob- al’s 5,300+ professionals. The award honors individuals who transact the highest volume of multimarket business within the NAI network. “This award represents out- standing performance within the organization,” said Jay Olshonsky , president & CEO,

Chris Boland

estate advisor, Boland joined the company in 2022 and has more than12 years of sales and business development experi- ence, including five years as a real estate broker. Based in the company’s Lu- therville offices, Boland spe- cializes in the leasing of com- mercial office and industrial/ warehouse space, as well as the sale of office and indus- trial properties throughout the greater Baltimore metropolitan marketplace. This includes pro- viding strategic real estate ad- vice and guidance to companies, property owners, landlord and investors to achieve successful real estate outcomes. Before joining MacKenzie, Boland worked as a commer- cial real estate broker for Blue & Obrecht Realty for three years. Prior to joining Blue & Obrecht, he handled sales and

Crystal Canada Windows announces alliance between Crystal Window & Door Systems and WINCAN Windows

QUEENS, NY — Crystal Window & Door Systems , the NYC-based US manufacturing firm has entered into an alliance with the manufacturing divi- sion of Toronto (Ontario, Cana- da) area WINCAN Windows & Doors . The new affiliate entity is known as Crystal Canada Windows . Crystal Canada uses a new logo stylized after the cur- rent familiar Crystal Windows logo but with a Canadian flag instead of a US flag. Crystal Canada will remain wholly owned by WINCAN and the two firms will operate with separate management teams. However, Crystal Canada and

alliance with Crystal Windows in the US ensures we will be the leader in manufacturing the best products for all our custom- ers, now and far into the fu- ture,” said Justin Chen , CEO of Crystal Canada Windows. “The formation of Crystal Canada is another strategic step in the ongoing growth and expansion of Crystal Window & Door Systems,” said Steve Chen , president of Crystal Windows. “The coming together of these two successful com- panies will deliver significant immediate benefits for each company and incalculable ad- vantages in the future.” MAREJ

Crystal Windows will increas- ingly work in collaboration on market plans, product design and development, production operations, logistics, and pur- chasing as well as longer term growth and expansion strate- gies. Crystal Canada’s products will continue to be fabricated exclusively in Canada. “At Crystal Canada Windows, we see windows as more than just glass and frames. They are gateways to better living. This

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