34A — November 9 - 22, 2012 — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

Since joining the company in 2007 River Drive Construction’s Boysen hits $100m in sales

To the board of directors Sebastian Riding Associates appoints Karin Corbett

ELMWOOD PARK, NJ — River Drive Construc- tion’s director of business

and maintain a solid pipeline of work. He’s a huge asset to the firm and we look forward to many more successful years with Marshal on board.” “My job is not easy by any means; but it’s that much easier working for a company like River Drive Construction, which has a strong reputation for quality and customer sat- isfaction,” said Boysen. “With my experience in the construc- tion industry and River Drive’s track record, which speaks for itself, I’ve been able to success- fully close deals with some of New Jersey’s leading retail, industrial and pharmaceutical companies.” He is active in the local chapters of the Industrial and Office Real Estate Bro- kersAssociation (IOREBA) ; CoreNet Global , an associa- tion for corporate real estate and related professionals; the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) ; and the Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP ). n staff participation in community ventures and philanthropic ac- tivities, and provides matching funds for employees’ charitable contributions. The company’s independent philanthropic arm, The Hollister Foundation, sup- ports a host of charities, includ- ing Strides for Sara, the All Stars Project of New Jersey, the Development School for Youth, Community Food Bank of New Jersey, Hugs from Home, and The Center for Autism. Working through The Hol- lister Foundation, Johnson has raised more than $750,000 for organizations that foster children’s education and health initiatives. n can result in a better stabilized fiscal position with a higher cash return and (2) to deter- mine whether the sale and/or purchase of multi-family prop- erties prior to the end of 2012 makes sense for them. Arnold D. Litt is a share- holder and real estate/ banking chair of the North Jersey Office of Archer & Greiner, P.C., a regional law firm with offices in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and New York. n


ollegeville, PA — Karin Corbett , a member of the Com-

Associates, a private non- profit organization in Colle- geville that provides equine therapy to children (and some adults) with disabilities. In her construction law practice Corbett represents individuals and entities in construction related disputes including cases involving con- tract claims, liens, construc- tion related statues, insur- ance coverage and bad faith New York for Madison Title Agency , MCRES’ flagship division. “As the title business contin- ues to accelerate with the re- covery of the commercial real estate market, we recognize that reinforcing the MCRES team with additional best-in- class professionals is a key to maintaining our competitive edge,” said Joseph I. Rosen- baum , president of MCRES. “Debra Smith is an excellent addition. She brings a broad background in commercial real estate law and a truly Property Trust. Previously, as an executive vice president with Jones Lang LaSalle, Dolan specialized in all facets of brokerage and investment sales. Earlier in his career, he spent 12 years with Grubb & Ellis Company, where he consistently ranked as one of the company’s top brokers nationally. In addi- tion to investment property transactions, he has experi- ence in development, private equity fund raising, financial analysis, and strategic real estate planning and imple- mentation. “We are very pleased to welcome Dave to Newmark Grubb Knight Frank,” said Robert Clements , executive Miller has eight years of experience in real estate lend- ing. Prior to joining TD Bank, he served as a director at Nord/LB and an Associate at Citigroup, both in New York. A Hoboken, NJ, resident, Miller is a 2006 graduate of the Columbia Business School

claims, surety bonds and construction site accidents. Corbett also handles com- plex commercial litigation, including trial, post-trial mo- tions and appellate practice. A good portion of her practice includes matters involving equine law representing pro- fessional equestrians and Olympians, horse owners, products companies and other business owners in the in- dustry. n customer-oriented approach to business. Her seasoned track record for handling large, complex transactions in the sophisticated NewYork market as well as her national expertise complements the requirements we are seeing from both current and poten- tial new clients.” Previously, Smith served as senior vice president of Fidel- ity National Financial (FNF). She has extensive experience in managing litigation related to title insurance and coverage law. n managing director, Philadel- phia region. “Having worked with him for many years, I can say with confidence that Dave’s unique skill set will be extremely valuable as we continue to build an integrated services platform with sophis- ticated capital markets capa- bilities. He is experienced in all facets of our business and has strong relationships with leading institutional and pri- vate investors in our market and throughout the country.” Dolan is a member of the International Coun- cil of Shopping Centers , CoreNe t Gl oba l , and NAIOP , the Commercial Real Estate Development Association . n in New York City, and a 1999 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy in West Point. He spent five years as an Army officer, with deployments to Bosnia and Iraq, where he re- ceived a Purple Heart and an Army Commendation Medal with V Device. n

development, M a r s h a l Boysen , hit $100 million in sales since joining the company in 2007. B o y s e n , who recently

mercial Liti- gation and Construction Law groups o f Kap l in Stewart in Bl ue Be l l , has been ap- po i nt ed t o the board of directors of Sebastian Riding Karin Corbett

Marshal Boysen

celebrated his five-year anni- versary with River Drive, has been marketing construction services for over 15 years. At River Drive, he has originated business from some of New Jersey’s most reputable de- velopers and property owners, including representative of the office, industrial and retail industries. “Marshal has been an in- tegral part of the growth of River Drive Construction over the past five years,” said Jo- seph Langan , president of River Drive. “Even in a down economy, he has been able to build fruitful relationships

Smith joins Madison Commercial Real Estate Services as associate general counsel

LAKEWOOD, NJ — Debra Smith, Esq. has joined the legal team of Madison Com-

m e r c i a l Real Estate S e r v i c e s ( MCRE S ) a s a s s o c i - ate general c o u n s e l . Wi t h s ub - stantial ex- perience in

Debra Smith

Hollister’s Johnson named finalist for Corporate Citizen of the Year

all facets of commercial real estate, Smith specializes in handling complex commercial real estate transactions in

PARSIPPANY, NJ — Hol- lister Construction Services announced that CEO Chris-

Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s capital markets platform draws Philadelphia, PA market veteran David Dolan

t o ph e r A . Johnson has been named a finalist in the Corporate Citizen of the Year category in the 2012 NJBIZ Busi- ness o f the Year awards program.

Philadelphia, PA —In- vestment sales professional DavidDolan has joined New-

markGrubb K n i g h t Frank Cap- ital Group as a senior managing di- rector. D o l a n brings three de c ade s o f

Christopher A. Johnson

Johnson was chosen as a final- ist based on his exemplary cor- porate citizenship and extensive philanthropic work throughout NJ Hollister actively encourages

David Dolan

commercial brokerage and leadership expertise to his new position, as well as an impressive track record of transactions for clients such as Amerimar, Computer Science Corporation, Madison Capital, Fortress Investments, Beh- ringer Harvard and Liberty

continued from page 12A By Arnold D. Litt, Esquire, Archer & . . .

of Gebroe-HammerAssociates, with corporate offices located in Livingston, New Jersey, recently indicated that his firm had one of its most active years in the sale and purchase of multi-family properties, con- sistent with the preeminence of the multi-family industry as a whole. In conclusion, multi-fam- ily property owners should be taking immediate steps: (1) to evaluate their portfolios in de- termining whether refinancing

NEW YORK CITY, NY — TD Bank has named Aaron C. Miller as vice president, senior loan officer in commer- cial real estate lending in New York City. He is responsible for real estate loan origination, serving TD Bank customers throughout Metro New York. TD Bank hires Aaron Miller as VP, senior loan officer

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