16B — May 21 - June 17, 2021 — New Jersey/Pennsylvania — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


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Sattler brings 16 years of real estate finance experience The Hampshire Cos. bolsters internal financial capabili ties

For the eleventh consecutive year MGKF awarded Top Workplaces Awardwinner

worked hard to maintain our extraordinary culture and continue to provide top notch service and support to our cli- ents. Whether we are working from home or in the office, our teamwork enables us to rise to any challenge.” "During this very challeng- ing time, Top Workplaces has proven to be a beacon of light for organizations, as well as a sign of resiliency and strong business performance," said Eric Rubino, Energage CEO. "When you give your employ- ees a voice, you come together to navigate challenges and shape your path forward. Top Workplaces draw on real-time insights into what works best for their organization, so they can make informed decisions that have a positive impact on their people and their busi- ness." MGKF concentrates its prac- tice in environmental, energy, litigation, safety, and land use law. It represents clients ranging from Fortune 100 cor- porations to small, privately held enterprises, both in the Mid-Atlantic region and on a national basis. MAREJ

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP (MGKF) has been


analysis oversight and finan- cial reporting for several of The Hampshire Companies’ funds and direct investment vehicles. Ndao will draw on his nearly 19 years of accounting experi- ence, including skills acquired in his most recent position as accounting manager for Lee & Associates, LLC. Further bolstering Hamp- shire’s finance team, Janki Patel and Tanya Mendes both join as fund accountants and will be responsible for assisting in all aspects of the accounting close process and fi- nancial reporting and analysis process including working with third-party administrators and third-party tax preparers. Pri- or to joining Hampshire, Patel

served as senior accountant for PEF Services. Mendes brings deep experi- ence in real estate accounting at firms including Vornado Re- alty Trust, Thor Equities and Aetos Capital Real Estate, LP. Providing further support to the growing finance team, Lauren Cook has been hired as a finance associate. Cook previously worked with The Hampshire Cos. in a contrac- tual role. The company has al so tapped Daniel Levy as fund analyst. Working with the development team, Dean Pezzino joins The Hamp- shire Companies as a cost ac- countant. Prior to joining The Hampshire Cos. MAREJ

O R R I S T O W N , NJ — The Hamp- shire Companies

awarded a Top Work- places honor by The Phila- delphia In- quirer 2021 Top Work- p l a c e s f o r the eleventh consecutive

announc ed several stra- t e g i c n e w h i r e s t ha t have joined the company throughout 1Q 2021. J o i n i n g Hampshi re

Carol McCabe

year. The lists are based solely on the results of an employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey admin- istered by employee engage- ment technology partner Ener- gage. The anonymous survey uniquely measures 15 cultural drivers that are critical to the success of any organization including alignment, execu- tion, and connection, just to name a few. “The Top Workplaces rec- ognition is always an honor for the firm and carries even more significance this year because of the challenges of remote work”, said MGKF managing partner Carol Mc- Cabe . “Despite not being physically together, we have

Lauren Sattler

as director of finance, Lauren Sattler brings 16 years of real estate finance experience into her role. Working closely with Sattler, Elhadji Ndao and Larisa Vandenko join The Hamp- shire Companies as fund con- trollers where they will provide systems while providing more storage solutions and real-time data insights. Increasing Healthcare Equipment, Supplies & Drug Manufacturing Output in the US Some experts recommend that US manufacturers ramp up their capacity to produce more healthcare products domestically. The pandemic threw into stark relief the risks associated with relying on in- ternational supply chains. A new approach includes diversi- fying supply — raw materials, finished products, pharmaceu- tical ingredients, and medicine — so the US isn’t dependent on a single supplier, country, or region. This strategy will require transparency initiatives to help assess risk. Manufactur- ers will need to share infor- mation about their supplies and sources, contingency and redundancy protocols, and more to help the government: • Track availability • Evaluate supply chain performance • Identify supply sources • Predict potential trouble spots in real time These experts predict the in- crease of tax incentives or low- cost loans to help US manufac- turers invest in automation strategies that will increase their market competitiveness against overseas manufactur- ers with significantly lower overhead costs. Other options to incentivize the domestic pur- chase of healthcare supplies

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CBRE continues hiring push during pandemic

delphia region. Morris also joins the firm from Newmark, where he

PHILADELPHIA, PA — CBRE announced that Mike Maloney and Tim Morris

may include requirements that government purchasers, like the VA, obtain a good percent- age of their medical products from domestic markets. Telehealth: Here to Stay While some people took ad- vantage of telehealth prior to 2021, its use skyrocketed dur- ing the pandemic. More provid- ers and polices now reimburse telehealth services. According to one study , 80% of employers think virtual care will significantly impact the delivery of care in the future, and 53% of employers an- ticipated implementing more virtual solutions in 2021. Other studies showed that home care, remote monitor- ing, and telehealth can reduce how much time patients must spend hospitalized for chronic illnesses. Telehealth expands access to populations that tend to have more risk for those chronic illnesses — low income, high risk, elderly, and rural populations, for example. Acknowledging the Power of Consumers Patient expectations about their healthcare experiences

have evolved. Mary Edwards, president of Healthcare Pro- vider Business at NTT Data Services says, “Consumers’ expectation levels around virtual and digital healthcare are also rising, and busi- ness processes will change to meet those expectations. As a result, technology will help healthcare providers meet the new expectation levels of ‘digital’ in their healthcare offerings, and consumers will take the driver’s seat in their own healthcare journeys.” Value-based care wi l l continue to expand as will improvements in manufac- turing and data collection infrastructure — and other healthcare IT initiatives. Key shifts that had begun prior to the pandemic, but which have continued to accelerate over the past year, will — many experts hope — improve the cost, quality, reliability, and data infrastructure of health- care. Darren Lizzack, MSRE and Randy Horning , MSRE are associate VPs at NAI Hanson. MAREJ

s e r v e d f o r seven years as an associ- ate director specializing in represent- i n g o f f i c e l a n d l o r d s and tenants wi th i n the

have joined the firm as senior vi ce p r e s i d e n t and first vice p r e s i d e n t , respectively, and will both be based in Radnor, PA.

Mike Maloney

Tim Morris

suburban Philadelphia office market and on a national ba- sis. Prior to Newmark, Morris spent three seasons playing minor league baseball in the Seattle Mariners organization. “Despite a global pandemic and unprecedented challenges facing our industry, CBRE has continued to actively re- cruit top talent in the region,” said Adam Mullen , CBRE’s Greater Philadelphia Market Leader. “Both highly regarded in the commercial real estate industry and beyond, Maloney and Tim bring years of experi- ence to our market leading advisory platform, including well established client relation- ships and unmatched market knowledge.” MAREJ

Maloney and Morris will part- ner together and focus on repre- senting tenants and landlords in the greater Philadelphia region, as well as multi-market occupier accounts. Maloney joins CBRE having spent 10 years at Newmark Knight Frank, most recently serving as managing director where he specialized in repre- senting office and industrial tenants in the Philadelphia area and internationally. While at Newmark, he earned nu- merous industry recognitions including the Philadelphia Business Journal’s “Forty Un- der 40” and “Heavy Hitter of Real Estate” awards. In 2020, Maloney was Newmark’s #2 producer in the greater Phila-

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