Kristen Vance

SANTA FE, NM-Rosemont Realty LLC, a local commercial real estate investment company with approximately 18 million square feet of commercial office space under management, has hired Kristen Vance as asset manager to oversee 10 properties in five states. Vance reports to Rosemont Chief Investment Officer Don Henry, who also oversees the asset management team in multiple states in the Eastern US, and Albuquerque.

Vance, formerly senior vice president with PM Realty Group LP in Atlanta, GA is responsible for 2.3 million square feet, including the following:


  • Birmingham – One Federal Place


  • Fort Meyers – Metro Parkway
  • Jacksonville – Butler Pointe and Concourse
  • Tampa – Cypress Point Buildings


  • Cary – One Harrison Park
  • Durham – Headquarters Park and Meridian Building


  • Philadelphia – 2000 Market Street


  • Herndon – Dulles View

“The addition of Kristen to our asset management team gives us more depth in key markets where we’ve acquired four new properties representing more than 1.6 million square feet of Class A office space in the past 10 months,” Henry says. “Kristen has a long history of success in the industry and has the right mix of experience to provide asset management leadership for these important properties.”

At PM Realty Group, Vance was responsible for managing a team of operations, construction, and engineering professionals overseeing a 10 million square foot portfolio of office and industrial space. Prior to joining PM Realty Group, Vance was vice president at iStar Financial, where she was responsible for creating value and mitigating risk within a geographically diverse portfolio of assets with a market value exceeding $1 billion.

Vance also served as senior financial analyst at Cushman and Wakefield and was an acquisitions manager at Prudential Real Estate Investors.

Vance received her bachelor’s degree in international finance from the University of Georgia and an MBA in finance from Georgia State University.





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Sugar Land

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