Real Estate Journal — New Jersey — February 12 - 25, 2016 — 19B


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N ew J ersey

The NJ Chapter of the AIA names Frizzell 2016 First VP

Stypa of Cushman & Wakefield arranges transaction Tulfra completes lease-up of 63,000 s/f flex building

care facilities. Maynard and Williams rep- resented the landlord. The tenant was represented by Peter Scrivo from Palestina Scrivo Real Estate Agency . “We are pleased to congratu- late Scott Maynard and David Williams on the closing of this transaction,” said Udell. “Scott and David’s experience and expertise were key to making this deal a success.” n the importance of responsible building practices in New Jersey. I’m eager to help the organization continue to pro- mote sustainable architecture and to work with the rest of AIA-NJ leadership to create a safer Garden State.” Since 1999, Frizzell has been principal of Feltz and Frizzell Architects , an ar- chitecture firm based in Point Pleasant, NJ. She possesses commercial and residential experience with specializa- tions in green building, resi- dential additions, alterations and new construction. She is a licensed architect in New Jersey and Texas. Frizzell’s previous chapter involvement includes serving as chair of the AIA-NJ Com- mittee on the Environment (COTE), which works to advo- cate for quality environmental design practices. In 2011 she received the AIA-NJ Distin- guished Service Award and in 2003 was named the AIA Jersey Shore Young Architect of the Year. n Brian Cooper , co-CEO of Kensington Vanguard said, “In Property Title Group, Don and Marilyn have built a top flight firm with an impec- cable reputation in both the commercial and residential segments of the market. Their underwriting team, led by Marilyn and John Cannito, is of the highest quality in the industry. While Don and Marilyn will continue to man- age the operation, we look forward to the KV platform adding value to the firm and its clients.” Earlier this year, Progres- sive Title, co-founded in 1981 by Marilyn Henshaw, merged into Property Title Group. n continue to be co-managed by industry veterans Donald Cohen and Marilyn Hen- shaw , who retain ownership interests in the company.

BELLEVILLE, NJ — John Udell , president of Weichert Commercial Brokerage, Inc. , announced that senior vice president Scott May- nard and senior vice presi- dent David Williams leased 26,000 s/f of industrial space at 195 Cortlandt St. in Belleville. This property is being con- verted into a large, multi- spe- cialty medical building with onsite labs, x-ray and urgent PARSIPPANY, NJ — Kensington Vanguard Na- tional Land Services , one of the largest independent full-service national title in- surance and settlement agen- cies in the United States, announced that the company has continued to expand its national platform with the acquisition of a controlling interest in Property Title Group LLC , a New Jersey based title insurance provider. The transaction strengthens Kensington Vanguard’s posi- tion as a market leader in the Northeast, and furthers the company’s acquisition-driven national growth. The acqui- sition also builds upon the company’s diverse clientele of investors, developers, at- torneys, realtors and lenders. The Parsippany, NJ-based Property Title Group will BAY HEAD, NJ — The New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ) an- nounced that Verity Frizzell, AIA , of Bay Head, will serve as the organization’s first vice president in 2016. A commercial and residen- tial architect with more than two decades of experience, Frizzell has served the orga- nization in various capacities in the past, including second vice president and secretary. She also served as president of AIA-NJ’s Jersey Shore local section. Frizzell has served the national AIA organization as a member of both the AIA Culture Collective and the AIA Strategic Planning Task Force, and is currently serving on the AIA National Equity in Architecture Commission. “It is both a great honor and a significant responsibility to assume the role of first vice president of AIA-NJ,” Frizzell said. “Recent weather and in- frastructure-related events in New Jersey have underscored


EST CALDWELL, NJ —With the sign- ing of two new ten-

ants, 8 Fairfield Crescent, a 63,000 s/f flex building inWest Caldwell, is now 100% leased reports Sonny Jumani , presi- dent and partner of Tulfra Real Estate . “This avail- ability attracted substantial interest, and we are pleased to have been able to complete these transactions,” said Ju- mani, whose firm is a Rochelle Park, NJ-based industrial real estate management and devel- opment company. The two new tenants are Regi, an Italy-based contract producer of cosmetics, which will utilize the site for distribu- tion. The lease transaction was arranged by AndrewStypa of the Edison, NJ office of Cush- man & Wakefield . The second tenant is Inline, which develops crises inter-

8 Fairfield Crescent

vention products. The tenant was represented by Ken Ru- bin of Rubin Realty , Watc- hung, NJ. Originally constructed in 1975, 8 Fairfield Crescent “has been totally refurbished, from top to bottom,” said Jumani.

Located on a 3.2-acre site of- fering 104 parking spaces, the location is convenient to I-80, I-287, and Route 46. The build- ing includes a total of 10,000 s/f of office space and 53,000 s/f of warehouse space with 20-foot clear ceilings. n

Cann to lead BD efforts at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff’s Power Group

Kensington Vanguard acquires NJ-based Property Title Group

across the U.S. A part of the U.S. Industrial &Energy sec- tor at WSP | Parsons Brinck- erhoff, the power group is a leading provider of technical, project management and con- sulting services. The group’s work includes application of conventional technologies for new power generating facilities and rehabilitation of older plants, as well as more innovative techniques to increase energy efficiency, including cogeneration, com- bined-cycle generation and the use of renewable energy sources. Cann has over 35 years of experience in the power en- gineering and construction experience in the design, in- spection, and construction of bridges, retaining walls, and related highway facilities. “As our firm continues grow- ing, we have been specific and strategic in identifying the top talent available,” said Donald Mauer, Jr., PE, PP , RVE’s director, Trans- portation Infrastructure Divi- sion. “Mark’s reputation and proven performance as both a Project Manager and Bridge Engineer are second-to-none. His addition provides another versatile resource with the

industry, having managed major projects involving nu- clear generation, coal power, combined cycle systems, hy- dropower, power delivery, and energy plant upgrades. Before joining WSP | Par- sons Brinckerhoff, he served as vice president of the power and industrial business for the New York metro region at a global architectural en- gineering and construction company, responsible for the multi-billion dollar P & L for the business unit. Cann received a bachelor’s degree inmechanical engineer- ing from Manhattan College. He is a member of the Project Management Institute. n expertise needed to best serve the multi-disciplined nature of our clients’ assignments.” Grevas’ initial focus will be to serve RVE clients in Penn- sylvania and New Jersey. A Professional Engineer reg- istered in four states, Grevas earned a Bachelor’s Degree from the State University of New York (SUNY). His in- dustry software experience includes MicroStation, Auto- CAD, Primavera, and ECMS, as well as numerous struc- tural analysis and design programs. n

LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ — Francis Cann has been appointed a vice president

at WSP | P a r s o n s B r i n c k - e rho f f , a global engi- neering and professional services or- ganization. In his new

Francis Cann

position, Cann serves as busi- ness development director in the firm’s power group, re- sponsible for business devel- opment strategies in power generation, transmission and distribution, hydropower and energy services projects

Remington & Vernick Engineers, Inc. hires Mark Grevas, PE, as senior project manager

HADDONFIELD, NJ — Remington&VernickEngi- neers, Inc. (RVE) announced

Weichert Comm’l inks 26,000 s/f lease of industrial space in Belleville, NJ

that Mark Grevas, PE , has j o i ned the firm as a senior proj- ect manager in the Trans- portation In- frastructure Division.

Mark Grevas

Grevas has more than 30 years of experience serving as a project manager and bridge engineer with expertise and

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