22A — January 25 - February 7, 2013 — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

oodbridge, NJ — Gr eenbaum, Rowe , Smi th & Li receives Arthur S. Horn Distinguished Service Award Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP welcomes Berman He will be located in the firm’s Woodbridge office. Greenbaum partner Chris-

Bringing experience in sales & marketing NAI Emory Hill adds Emily Drake as agent

N E W C A S T L E , DE — NAI Emory Hill ann o un c e d that Emily Drake has j o i n e d t h e firm as a com- mercial real estate agent.

friends. Their role is to provide advice and counsel in the areas of long-range planning, aca- demic programs, fundraising and public relations. The board provides advice and counsel to the Dean and senior staff in all aspects of the School; serves as a conduit between students, faculty and administration; and shapes and supports the school’s position within the university. McIlvain, a partner inArcher &Greiner’s Philadelphia office and a graduate of Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering, uses his engineering background to handle technical issues that arise in his commercial litiga- tion practice, which focuses on construction, development and environmental matters. n Drake has several years of experience in sales and mar- keting and a Bachelor of Sci- ence degree in Leadership from the University of Delaware. She will be representing all types of property transactions out of Emory Hill’s corporate offices in New Castle. She is a Delaware native, avid dancer and golf enthusiast. n previous title was director of strategic business develop- ment. Ebersole also serves on the Strategic Leadership Team and is responsible for leader- ship of the strategic business development, marketing and public relations efforts for the construction management and general contracting or- ganization. n resolution (or lack thereof) of those issues will impact the economy and the commercial real estate market. One of the lessons we learned from the fiscal cliff is that the market is always forward look- ing. We make decisions today based on how we think the out- come will be tomorrow. While there is reason to be optimistic about the commercial real estate market, there is much ahead of us that will undoubtedly bring unease and uncertainty in the financial markets. Leo Leyva, Esq. co-chairs Cole Schotz’s Litigation practice. n


development of real property law in New Jersey. An active member of the Bar for many years, Li most recently served as chair of the section’s Board of Consultors (2010-2011). Li focuses her practice in condominium and planned real estate development law, rep- resenting clients who include developers, sponsors of the conversion of rental properties, community associations, and lending institutions. Widely rec- ognized as one of New Jersey’s leading real estate lawyers, she is a Fellow of the highly selec- tive American College of Real Estate Lawyers, and a member of the College of Community Association Lawyers. n “She brings to us an extensive knowledge of the urban, multi- family market and a proven ability to conceive and execute comprehensive programs that are fresh, creative and cred- ible. We believe this is an ideal time to bring Kristina on board as we continue to strengthen our focus on new development opportunities in the multi- family sector and prepare to launch several new luxury rental buildings in key urban centers in 2013.” n local or global expertise right here from our home base.” Mr. Gabrielsen has repre- sented the top tier of insti- tutional and entrepreneur- ial owners having been the landlord representative for Class A properties owned by Amerimar, Acorn, Brandywine Realty Trust, BPG Properties LTD., Buccini Pollin Group, Keystone Property Group, Kal Dolgin Affiliates, O’Neill Properties Group, The Provco Group and the Robbins Com- panies to name a few. Gabrielsen has served as a member of the Board of Direc- tors of The Tri-State REAL- TORS CommercialAlliance which is the preeminent advo- cate for the Commercial and Industrial practitioners in eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. He is also the chairman of the Board of Cuddle My Kids, a non- profit organization which pro- vides no-cost in-home support for children whose parents are battling cancer. n

tine F. Li was honored by the New Jersey S t a t e B a r Association Real Proper- ty, Trust and Estate Law Section at its January 22,

Dav i s LLP are pleased to announce that Gl enn Ber- man f ormer Judge of the Superior Court Of New Jer- sey has joined the firm as Of Counsel.

Emily Drake

Archer &Greiner P.C.’s McIlvain elected to board at Duke U.

Glenn Berman Christine F. Li

2013 Annual Dinner. Li will be the 2013 recipi- ent of the prestigious annual Arthur S. Horn Distinguished Service Award, in acknowl- edgment and recognition of her significant and long- standing contributions to the

Philadelphia, PA —At- torney Brad McIlvain of Ar- cher &Greiner P.C. in Phila-

Berman will focus his prac- tice on mediation, arbitration, and discovery management of complex family, commercial, estate/probate, and general equity matters, as well as law enforcement investigations.

delphia has been elected to the Board o f Vi s i t o r s of the Pratt Schoo l o f Eng ineer - ing at Duke University .

LIVINGSTON, NJ — BNE Real EstateGroup announced the hiring of Kristina Hedden Hedden joins Bne Real Estate Group onsite staffing and promotional strategy. She will focus, in par- ticular, on BNE’s growing port- folio of luxury rental properties currently being constructed along the NJ Gold Coast.

The Pratt School of Engi- neering offers bachelor, mas- ters and doctoral degrees in biomedical engineering, civil and environmental engineer- ing, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical en- gineering and materials sci- ence. The Board of Visitors comprises some of the school’s most distinguished alumni and

as vice presi- dent of mar- keting. In her new position, Hed- den will over- see the firm’s new develop- ment market-

David R. Binswanger , president of the Binswanger Companies said, “While our company has grown around the world, we have always taken pride in our Philadel- phia home. Scott Gabrielsen has been a driving force in the substantial activity we have had in the Philadelphia region and we are excited by the next generation of leadership that his promotion will create for our firm in the area where my grandfather started the busi- ness over 80 years ago.” Gabrielsen added, “I am proud to be part of the con- tinued success of Binswanger and leading the great teamwe have in place now, but to also add a few key people to ensure that we can continue to pro- vide the highest level of service to those with commercial real estate needs in the Delaware Valley”. Philadelphia is full of major industries and entre- preneurial companies and I believe that Binswanger is in a unique position to provide Hedden was previously em- ployed at The Marketing Di- rectors. “Kristina has worked along- side some of the most highly- respected and well-trained professionals in the industry,” said Jonathan Schwartz , senior vice president of BNE.

Kristina Hedden

ing efforts, with responsibilities ranging from market position- ing and product development to

Hollenbach names Ebersole as strategic VP, business development/marketing

Binswanger announces appointment Scott Gabrielsen to president of Philadelphia Metro Commercial Division

Boyer - t o w n , Pa — Hol- l e n b a c h Construc- t ion, Inc . has named Glenn Eb- ersole , stra- t e g i c v i c e

King of Prussia, PA — Binswanger announced the promotion of Scott Ga-

brielsen to president – commercial philadelphia metro. Gabri- elsen will re- sponsible for ove r s ee i ng commercial ope r a t i ons

Glenn Ebersole

president, business develop- ment/marketing. Ebersole’s Forecast for 2013 . . . continued from page 2A it is reasonable to assume that 2013 will be a year of transi- tion with plenty of uncertain- ties remaining in the markets in general. Many companies will continue to be cautious on expanding their business until they know the full impact of the implementation of the Afford- able Care Act (“Obamacare”), which will take place in 2014. Likewise, the current deficit spending of the Federal Govern- ment is simply unsustainable. At some point, the Federal debt ceiling and other related issues will need to be addressed and it remains to be seen how the

Scott Gabrielsen

for the Philadelphia region. Consistently one of the top producers for the company, Gabrielsen has been respon- sible for landlord and tenant representation and the acqui- sition, disposition, and leasing of office properties since 1993. His excellence is credited by his ability to understand the specific needs and objectives of his clients and implement them through firm, yet fair ne- gotiations. During his twenty years with Binswanger, he has completed hundreds of transactions totaling millions of square feet.

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