16C — September 27 - October 10, 2013 — Shopping Centers — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


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And partner of the firm Goldstein Group promotes Finkelstein to executive VP

For outstanding level of sustainability TrafficPlanning&Design achieves “Platinum”

On September 9, 2013, Traffic Planning and De- sign, Inc. (TPD) was pre- sented with Greater Val- ley Forge (GVF)’s highest recognition at their annual Fall Sustainability Break- fast. This Platinum Level award recognized TPD for its continued efforts to reduce congestion and improve air quality through outstanding achievement in implementing programs that provide and promote commuting alterna- tives for their employees and community. Rob Henry , executive director of GVF commented on TPD’s commitment to sus- tainability, “GVF is thrilled to recognize TPD at the plati- num level again this year. We applaud their leadership in the A/E/C industry for being committed to improving the environment and providing amenities to their employees, which makes it easier to com- mute to work and improves our air quality.” GVF is a not-for-profit transportation management association that partners with public and private enti- ties and exists to advocate and promote a viable trans- portation network for the Greater Valley Forge region’s economic vitality. TPD’s longstanding com- mitment to the environment is demonstrated through the organization’s “Green VIRGINIA BEACH, VA — Gerald S. Divaris , chair- man and chief executive of- ficer of Divaris Real Estate, Inc., (DRE) announced the appointment of DonnaMarie M. Morrison as assistant director of property services at its headquarters location in Virginia Beach. Morrison brings more than 15 years of experience in commercial and residential property manage- ment to Divaris. As assistant director, she will assist the na- tional director on all property management activities. Her individual portfolio consists of seven commercial proper- ties totaling more than one million s/f. Prior to joining Divaris, Morrison was the director of property management for First Potomac Realty Trust in Bethesda, MD, responsible for the entire Maryland portfolio of approximately 30 commer-


ARAMUS,NJ— Chuck Lanyard , president of the Goldstein Group ,

have made him a leader in NJ retail real estate brokerage and an important factor in the great success and growth of The Goldstein Group. Since joining The Goldstein Group, Lew has completed nu- merous sales and lease trans- actions for both landlords and tenants. Owners, such as KIN Properties, US Realty, Ivy Eq- uities, Madison Realty Capital, Oritani Bank, ARC Properties, CoFinance, and GoodrichMan- agement are just a few of the many landlords that Lew has represented. Among his most notable accomplishments, Lew has as- sisted many national retailers in their NJ expansion plans. Verizon, T-Mobile, Weight Watchers, Entenmanns, Retro made her a natural fit with the MSC team. “We are thrilled to add Casey to the MSC family,” said Michael Sa- love , presi- dent & CEO of MSC. “She is an incred- ibly bright and talented young lady and we are very much looking forward to her valuable contributions to our team.” MatthewA. Stein recently joined the Philadelphia office of MSC as vice president and Director of the MSC Universi- ty division (“MSC-U”). In this capacity, Stein is responsible for all operations of MSC-U including continued growth throughout the continental United States, Canada and Mexico. MSC-U is a full service advi- sory firm offering comprehen- sive real estate solutions to in- stitutions of higher education, developers, municipalities, medical centers, not-for-profits as well as professional service Matthew Stein

Fitness, and 7-Eleven, have all utilized Lew’s expertise in securing locations. Most notably, Lew represented 7- Eleven Corporation in their extensive expansion plans of opening a great number of stores throughout northern and central New Jersey over the past 4 years. Most recently, T-Mobile has selected Lew in securing prime locations throughout New Jersey. “I am very pleased with the success and the promotion of Lew. He has been a real asset to the firm and we look forward to his continued success for years to come” said Lanyard. In addition: The Goldstein Group is pleased to welcome Roy Paret to their team as a sales associate. n companies, including, but not limited to: market analysis, portfolio evaluation, master planning, concept design, re- tail merchandising, existing lease analysis, strategic long term planning and transac- tional brokerage. Stein’s diverse experience within the higher education sector was developed during a 9 year career at American Campus Communities. While with ACC, Stein held various positions in both management and development. Stein spent the majority of his tenure at ACCmanaging on-campus de- velopments, and was respon- sible for multiple ground-up, mixed-use projects totaling over $500 million in invest- ments for institutions includ- ing Arizona State University, Drexel University and the University of New Mexico, amongst others. Stein has relocated from Austin, TX to the Philadelphia, PA office of MSC where he will share division management responsibilities with MSC CEO and founder Michael S. Salove. n Lauren Santee , in addi- tion to her role as a Landscape designer and planner, is now also a project coordinator. As a Project Coordinator, Lau- ren assists project managers and facilitates communication between clients, consultants, and in-office team members. n

one of New Jersey’s full service retail b r o k e r a g e f i rms , an - nounced the promotion of Lewis Fin- kelstein to e x e c u t i v e vice president and a partner of the firm. “Lew has been with The Goldstein Group for over 13 years and has consistently been one of our top producers” said Lanyard. “His high level of expertise in sales and leas- ing, along with his outstanding reputation in our industry, Lewis Finkelstein

Initiatives,” TPD’s concen- trated effort to incorporate environmentally-friendly green practices throughout company policies and work environments. The firm of- fers a “Green Allowance,” a monetary incentive provided to staff for using alternative modes of transportation in an effort to reduce vehicle emis- sions, greenhouse gases, traf- fic congestion, and promote responsible land use practices when practical. Bike racks and preferred carpool parking are also provided to encourage staff to use “green” modes of transportation for their com- mutes. TPD also participates in recycling programs and provides staff with remote ac- cess to the business network which reduces commute trips to the office. n TPD executive vice presi- dent, C. Donald Jacobs, P.E., accepts the Platinum award from GVF Assistant Director, Maureen Far- rell and the Master of Cer- emonies, David Murphy of 6ABC.

Michael Salove Company adds Casey Pollock and Matthew Stein

Philadelphia, PA – Michael Salove Company (“MSC”) announced the hir-

ing of Casey Pollock as an a s s o c i - a t e a t i t s Center City, Philadelphia based head- quarters. In this position, Pollock will handle ten-

Casey Pollock

ant and landlord representa- tion and investment sales assignments throughout the Delaware Valley region. Casey will embark her career at MSC with immediate contributions to multiple national accounts including Qdoba Mexican Grill and T-Mobile, amongst others. Casey joins MSC after a suc- cessful career in medical de- vice sales with GEHealthcare. While there, Pollock managed a teamof 20 sales professionals and was annually recognized as one of the top performers in the nation. Pollock’s diligent work ethic and knack for re- sults-oriented sales strategies

Morrison joins Divaris R E, Inc. cial office, office/flex and in- dustrial properties consisting of over four million s/f. She oversaw a staff of 20 includ- ing five property managers, three administrative person- nel and the entire engineering department. During her time with FPO, Morrison’s property management teammaintained tenant renewal rates of more than 80 percent as a result of their high level of customer service and satisfaction. She was also responsible for net- ting overall savings of more than 25 percent as a result of consolidating services for jani- torial, landscaping, fire alarm testing, alarm monitoring, pest control, window washing and trash removal. In addi- tion, she was responsible for the implementation of various taskforces involving income strategies, customer service excellence, and creating com- pany best practices. n

Norristown, PA — Bar- tonPartners announced two recent staff promotions. Jeff DiRomaldo,AIA, CGP , has been promoted to senior project manager. As a senior PM, Jeff is involved in the management and coordination of projects with clients, consul- BartonPartners Architects Planners announce staff promotions tants and office-staff alike. Jeff has been with BartonPartners since 2004 and brings a vari- ety of project experience and talents to his new position, in- cluding: mid-rise and high-rise apartments, adaptive reuse, historic redevelopment, and infill, mixed-use development.

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