Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — New Jersey — September 13 - 26, 2013 — 18A
P eople on the M ove
Levin adds financial & transaction support for clients Wcre expands services platform with strategic hire
Women-owned business CW So lut ions ranks among New Jersey’s top
MILLSTONE TWP., NJ — CW Solutions , a national real estate services firm fo-
of services that includes right- of-way, site acquisition, title research, zoning, permitting, regulatory compliance, project management and landman services. CWSolutions’ clients range from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. “We are delighted to be included in the latest NJBIZ List for Women-Owned Busi- nesses,” said Curtis, company president. “We make clients our top priority at CW Solu- tions, and our success comes from maintaining long-term relationships with people in the industry.” Both Curtis andWeible were instrumental in developing legislation that has made it easier for their wireless clients to construct, modify and install their networks. Working with the Wireless Infrastructure Association (PCIA) and New Jersey Wireless Association (NJWA), they helped push through New Jersey Senate Bill No. 2989, which exempts certain collocations of wireless equipment from site plan ap- proval. n
oorhees, NJ — Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE)
class “A” Southern New Jersey portfolio that consisted of more than 500,000 s/f of mid-rise of- fice buildings. His areas of expertise include sales and leasing, operations management, accounting, ren- ovation, brand development, and property management. “We are excited to have Todd join us and serve as a new resource for our clients whose needs include strategic guid- ance and thorough financial analysis throughout the real estate transaction process,” said Jason Wolf , founder and principal of WCRE. “His finan- cial expertise and counsel will emerging leaders with a sup- portive work environment, emphasis on professional growth and by rewarding out- standing performance. Managing director Robert Paz , a forward-thinking in- dustry veteran, and SMF ser- vice group leaders can address a broad range of accounting industry and business topics as well as emerging trends impacting small-to-mid-sized businesses. HACKENSACK, NJ —Ca- ryl Communications, Inc. announced its appointment as media correspondent for First Bergen Title Agency. First Bergen is a one-source solution for real estate pur- chases, refinances and lease- hold transactions involving residential and commercial properties. The agency, which has been involved in title insurance for some of New Jersey’s largest malls, hos- pitals, apartment complexes and office buildings, also is a designated qualified inter- mediary for 1031 exchange transactions through its sub- Lynch will have overall responsibility for managing the local operations for the Washington, DC/Virginia/ Maryland market. In addi- tion he will have an integral role in client retention and account executive responsi- bilities. Lynch will report directly
be especially valuable for our clients whose primary busi- ness may not involve regularly engaging in the commercial real estate process.” Levin will be responsible for advising and support- ing clients throughout their various commercial real estate transactions. “I look forward to helping WCRE clients meet their goals by making edu- cated real estate decisions,” said Levin. Levin is a licensed sales- person in New Jersey. He is a proud father who lives in Marlton with his wife and son. n Lynch currently holds cer- tifications from IICRC for Water Damage Restoration, Applied Structural Drying, Applied Microbial Reme- diation; Vic Industries and HG Industries-Stone Res- toration and Maintenance; National Asbestos and the Environmental Training In- stitute- Lead Safe Building Maintenance. n Founded in 1957 by Allen Meccia, Sr., as Common- wealth Lawyers Abstract Company, the agency is known for its integrity and ef- ficiency. The company writes title insurance through three well-respected underwrit- ers: Chicago Title Insurance Company and Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Com- pany, members of the Fidelity National Financial family of title companies, as well as Old Republic National Title Insurance Company, one of the largest independent title insurance providers in the United States. First Bergen’s hallmark is its longevity and strong industry reputation. Most of the agency’s key staff, includ- ing Managing Members Allen Meccia, Jr., and Leo Foose, have been with the company for more than 25 years, re- sulting in a higher level of knowledge for every transac- tion and an impressive client retention rate. n to Mark Schnurr , senior vice president.
cusing on the wireless tele- communica- tions, power, p i p e l i n e , title, and oil/ gas i ndus - t r i e s , wa s recognized by NJBIZ mag- azine as one
announ c ed the hiring of Todd Levin as senior as- sociate. Levin adds a unique blend of pub- lic account- ing, and com- mercial prop-
of the 2013 Top New Jersey Women-Owned Businesses. Ranked #62, CW Solutions is proud to contribute to the economic growth of the state. The list, which was released in August, ranked 100 New Jer- sey-based companies across all industries based on 2012 revenues. In 2002, Stacie Curtis launched CW Solutions with partner Robert Weible . Since then CW Solutions has grown from a local New Jersey land acquisition corporation to a nationwide corporation with annual revenue exceeding $1 million. The firm offers a range CHATHAM, NJ — Cassidy Turley announced the addition Raymond A. Sohmer, se- nior vice president, and Carol Reed , senior property man- ager, bolstering the ranks of the firm’s brokerage and property management divisions. This announcement, which comes on the heels of a recent 12-member hiring spree, reflects the contin- ued strategic growth of the New Jersey office. Sohmer brings a wealth of commercial real estate experi- ence and is highly regarded for his expertise in tenant repre- sentation, lease negotiation and strategy implementation. Reed will lead the property manage- ment division as senior proper- ty manager, bringing more than 17 years of experience in real estate management, operations and project management. Sohmer specializes in corpo- rate office tenant representa- tion and provides advisory and brokerage services to clients in New Jersey. Prior to join- ing Cassidy Turley, he served as executive vice president at Jones Lang LaSalle and was the senior managing director of brokerage operations in New Jersey for CBRE. Prior to joining CBRE, he was a senior broker at Grubb & Ellis, where he was one of the top three producers in New Jersey for six
erty operations management experience to the firm. Before joining WCRE he assisted cli- ents with financial operations and tax issues, and also served as operations manager for a
Green Brook, NJ — BRAVO! Facility Services, Inc. announced that David Lynch joins BRAVO! Facility Services tries in Rockaway, where he was employed for the past 24 years.
Lynch has joined BRA- VO! Facility Services as vice presi- dent of op- erations. He mo s t r e c e n t l y served with Allan Indus-
Cassidy Turley adds Sohmer and Reed straight years and top 100 pro- ducers nationally for four years. He has completed more than 10 million s/f of office leasing transactions during his career and played a key role in many of New Jersey’s most significant lease and sale transactions. He has represented such pres- tigious companies as Merrill Lynch, Maidenform, Marsh & McLennan, IBM, Motorola and Tyco.
SMF and First Bergen Title Agency appoint Caryl Communications as media correspondent sidiary, First Bergen Deferred Exchange LLC.
PARAMUS, NJ — Caryl Communications, Inc. an- nounced its appointment as media correspondent for Sax Macy Fromm & Co., PC of Clifton. Serving closely held independent and family- owned businesses throughout the New York tri-state area, SMF offers a broad portfolio of accounting, auditing and tax consulting services. SMF’s core industry service groups include the commer- cial real estate, construction, manufacturing and distribu- tion, not-for-profit, health- care, professional services, wealth management and financial sectors. The firm’s principals possess decades of combined accounting and consulting experience, which spans a wide range of eco- nomic cycles. Founded in 1956, SMF is one of the area’s largest single- office accounting and business consulting firms. Selected as one of the 50 “Best Places to Work” in New Jersey, the firm is committed to attracting the industry’s most talented
In her new role, Reed will manage Cassidy Turley in New Jersey’s 5 million s/f property management portfolio. Prior to joining Cassidy Turley, Reed served as senior property man- ager at Mandelbaum & Man- delbaum, where she oversaw a portfolio of over 1.5 million s/f of commercial properties including office buildings, retail shopping centers and industrial properties in New Jersey, North Carolina, Virginia and Florida. She began her career in prop- erty management at Zepka Goldberg Real Estate. “We are attracting talented professionals and recruiting tomorrow’s industry leaders to build strong and diverse teams,” said Raymond P. Trevisan , managing principal, Cassidy Turley. “The additions of Ray and Carol will compli- ment our existing teams and enhance our client services.” n
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