8A — January 11 - 24, 2019 — M id A tlantic
Real Estate Journal
M id A tlantic R eal E state J ournal Replaces Jeffrey Hoffman, CCIM John Birkeland, CCIM elected PA/NJ/DE CCIM Chapter president for 2019
EMOYNE, PA — The PA / NJ / DE CC IM Chapter has elected John Birke- land, CCIM as its chapter president for the 2019 cal- endar year. B i r k e l a n d replaces Jef- frey Hof f - man, CCIM who served as chapter presi- dent since 2016. Birkeland has been an active member of the chapter, and has served on its board since 2016. He served as Chairperson of the L John Birkeland
Central Pennsylvania Region. “Due to Jeffrey Hoffman’s tireless efforts, our chapter is headed in the right direction and has good momentum to continue educating commercial real estate practitioners on the benefits of earning the CCIM designation. I am grateful for the foundation that Jeffrey has built for our Chapter and am excited to build upon that foundation through educational and networking events,” said Birkeland. “After three years, I am very excited to turn over the presi- dency to John Birkeland. I’m also looking forward to continu-
ing to serve under his direction and help wherever I can,” said Hoffman on the transition. The PA/NJ/DE CCIM Chap- ter is comprised of over 150 members, both CCIM Desig- nees and candidates. The CCIM Designation is awarded to com- mercial real estate profession- als upon successful completion of a graduate-level education curriculum and presentation of a portfolio of qualifying indus- try experience. Less than one percent of commercial real es- tate professionals in the world hold the CCIM designation. All CCIMs earn the designation by passing the Institute’s Com-
prehensive Examination, the final element in the designation process. CCIMs are recognized ex- perts in commercial real es- tate brokerage, leasing, asset management, valuation, and investment analysis. The Chi- cago-based CCIM Institute is an affiliate of the National As- sociation of Realtors and is the governing body of the largest commercial real estate network in the world. The mission of the PA/NJ/DE CCIM Chapter is to provide its designees and candidates with the highest quality of market- ing and networking opportuni-
ties, services and education to broaden, enhance and enrich their business. Progress Capital’s Domenico secures $26.35M in financing for UES condo construction loan
176 East 82nd St.
NEW YORK, NY — On behalf of Shaky Cohen and Nexus Building Group ,
Br ad Do - menico of P r o g r e s s Capital se- cured $26.35 mi l l i o n t o finance the construction of a condo. complex at
176 East 82nd St. Located on the Upper East Side of Man- hattan Domenico negotiated and secured the construction loan with Michael Hoffenberg and Charlie Zabriskie of Trevian Capital . The non- recourse interest-only loan that will be used to fund hard and soft costs required to com- plete construction. DLC Management Corp. appoints Ressa to COO ELMSFORD, NY — DLC Management Corporation , a national owner and opera-
tor of open- air shopping centers, has recently an- nounced that e x e c u t i v e v i ce pres i - dent Chris Ressa has b e e n a p -
When it comes to getting deals done in today's fast-paced market, time is more important than ever. We think waiting 4-5 weeks for an appraisal is unconscionable
pointed COO. Ressa has pre- viously led DLC Management Corp’s Leasing Department and will continue to do so as COO reporting directly to Adam Ifshin , CEO of DLC.
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