20B — October 21 - November 17, 2022 — New Jersey/Pennsylvania — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

NAI James E. Hanson promotes Lambiase and Silverstein

Firm welcomes director Christopher Farmer Greysteel expands its practice in Philadelphia, PA

growth and are excited to see what he accomplishes in the future.” Also ar-

TETERBORO, NJ — NAI James E. Hanson announced the promotions of Lorenzo

Lambiase, MBA , and Cameron Silverstein to the role of associate vice president. Since join- ing NAI James E. Hanson in


riving at NAI James E. Hanson in the sum- mer of 2019, Silverstein has become a trusted ad- visor within the corporate

Chris join our firm where he is going to be an impactful se- nior member of our East Coast Multifamily Investment Sales and Capital Markets Group. Chris brings with him un- matched local market knowl- edge, a tremendous level of experience, and an exceptional consultative approach which will help serve our clients throughout the Philadelphia MSA and the broader state of Pennsylvania.’’ Said senior managing director W. Kyle Tangney. Farmer is a Philadelphia native who graduated from Villanova University, where he was a student-athlete receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Eco- nomics while playing for the school’s football team. MAREJ

the Philadelphia MSA. Farmer also recently joined the Greysteel Black Profes- sional Network , an internal organization that works to promote the growth, success, and retention of the firm’s Black & Minority employees through recruitment, educa- tion, career development, equity, and inclusion. Farmer has played an active role within the Philadelphia commercial real estate indus- try for nearly a decade. His experience consists of approxi- mately $1 billion in transac- tions throughout Pennsylva- nia, with a specialization in multifamily while with another national investment sales and mortgage brokerage firm. ‘’We are delighted to have

HILADELPHIA, PA — Greysteel , a national commercial real estate

investment services firm, we l c ome s Christopher Farmer as a director of the Invest- ment Sales and Capital Markets in

Cameron Silverstein

Lorenzo Lambiase

services sector of the northern New Jersey commercial real estate market and beyond. Working alongside Michael G. Walters, SIOR , executive managing director of the Cor- porate Services Group at NAI James E. Hanson, Silverstein has developed into an expert on analyzing the national and local data needed to complete complex transactions across various sectors. During his time at the firm, Silverstein has played a crucial role in the completion of 12 transactions valued at over $63M and is currently involved with mul- tiple industrial development projects across northern New Jersey. Hanson added, “During his time, Cameron’s exceedingly detail-oriented approach has inspired confidence from each of his clients as they navigate the increasingly complex com- mercial real estate transaction process. It’s gratifying to see Cameron develop in his career and we’re thrilled for all that is ahead of him.” MAREJ

the summer of 2019, Lambi- ase has solidified himself as a specialist within the increas- ingly competitive northern New Jersey industrial real estate market. Working on a team that includes Kenneth Lundberg, SIOR , and Pat- rick Lennon , Lambiase has completed over 50 industrial transactions valued at over $188M and is trusted to work alongside national investment and development firms such as Bristol Group and L&B Realty Advisors. Currently in the process of obtaining his CCIM , Lambiase is also a member of the NAIOP as well as IOREBA . “There are a number of fac- tors that lead to success in this line of work,” said William C. Hanson, SIOR , president of NAI James E. Hanson. “Lorenzo is the perfect example of how hard work, dedication and a true commitment to expanding your knowledge base can help you establish yourself and take the next step in your career. We’re proud to see Lorenzo’s

Chris Farmer

its Philadelphia office. As a director of the Philadelphia Investment Sales and Capital Markets team, Farmer will be responsible for providing dis- position and financing advisory services for commercial real estate transactions through- out the Northeastern United States, with a specific focus on

Landmark’s Barb Murdocca elected to GHAR BOD

Greater Harrisburg Associa- tion of REALTORS (GHAR) Board of Directors. The term begins January 2023. The mission of the Greater Harrisburg Association of REALTORS is to serve real estate professionals through a commitment to promote ethical and competent real es- tate practices, to support the preservation of real property rights, to provide leadership

in adapting to advances in the industry, and to enhance each member’s opportunity for success. Murdocca’s commercial real estate career began in a property management role over two decades ago in Washington, DC. She has been with Landmark Com- mercial Realty since 2013 and is a licensed Realtor. MAREJ

CAMP HILL, PA — Land- mark’s chief operating of- ficer, Barb Murdocca , has

been elected by the mem- bers of the Gr e a t e r Harrisburg Association of Realtors the to serve a two-year term on the

Barb Murdocca

Preservation Alliance Honors Mission-Oriented

Foerd estate. Congressman Dwight Evans narrated a spe- cial tribute to Weinstein. “Ken has dedicated his life to revitalizing neighborhoods and empowering the com- munity,” said Paul Steinke , Alliance executive director. “His work as a preservation- minded, award-winning en- trepreneur and do-gooder is legendary. Weinstein is a natural choice for our first ever DeNadai Award.” Named for a co-founder of

the Preservation Alliance, the Mary Werner DeNadai award goes to a civic leader who has made a lasting impact in his- toric preservation. Weinstein serves as presi- dent of Philly Office Retail , which has renovated more than 350 deteriorated com- mercial and residential units in the Philadelphia region over the past 35 years. He serves as Board Chair of the Philadel- phia Housing Development Corporation . MAREJ

PHILADELPHIA, PA — The Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia

JLL Capital Markets affordable housing production team welcomes Danté Thomas

presented the inau- gural Mary Werner De- Nadai Award to German- town-based real estate developer Ken Wein-

most recently served as vice president of Product Origina- tions for Berkadia Commercial Mortgage, working directly with originators, clients and capital providers to structure transactions geographically dispersed throughout the coun- try. Before spending four years with Berkadia, Thomas served as the director of Real Estate for the Housing Partnership Equity Trust, which is now ma- jority owned by Lincoln Avenue Capital. Thomas started his ca- reer as a senior asset manager and underwriter with Fannie Mae’s multi-housing mort- gage business and also worked for the District of Columbia’s Housing Finance Agency as a Senior Development Officer. Thomas earned a Master of Sci- ence in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins University and Bach- elor of Business Administration in Finance from Georgia State University. MAREJ

PHILADELPHIA, PA — JLL Capital Markets has welcomed managing direc- tor Danté Thomas to its affordable housing pro- duction team. Thomas is based in the Philadelphia office and re- ports to senior managing director Angela Kelcher . Thomas joins JLL in a leader- ship role with the responsibility of optimizing financing solu- tions from a variety of capital sources, including Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. “I am thrilled to join a team committed to offering clients exceptional service and techni- cal expertise that provides a unique and rewarding experi- ence,” said Thomas. Prior to joining JLL, Thomas Danté Thomas

Ken Weinstein

stein on Thursday, Septem- ber 22nd at the historic Glen

CBRE Announces Brian Golden has Joined the

landlord and tenant represen- tation, will represent a wide range of clients in the develop- ment and implementation of real estate strategies through- out the Northeast Region. “Brian’s addition to our in- dustrial and logistics advisory team further enhances our abil- ity to deliver superior outcomes to our clients throughout the northeast region,” said Jeffrey Hipschman , senior managing director, CBRE. “He is a trusted

advisor to many institutional owners and occupiers, with a long track record of delivering ourstanding results.” Prior to joining CBRE, Gold- en was an executive managing director at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), representing clients in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Before his tenure with JLL, he served as senior leasing manager in New Jersey for Prologis. MAREJ

SADDLE BROOK, NJ — CBRE announced Brian Golden has joined the firm’s indus t ry - leading in- dustrial & logistics ad- visory team in New Jer- sey as an ex- ecutive vice president. Golden, who specializes in institutional Brian Golden

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