PerspectiveTony LoPinto is CEO of Equinox Partners, an executivesearch firm specializing in the real estate industry, and parentcompany of SelectLeaders. The views expressed in this article arethe author's own.
JobOpportunities
LEGACY PARTNERSCOMMERCIAL INC.
Property Manager/Senior Property Manager
(FOSTER CITY, CA) The senior property manager supervises the entireoperation and maintenance of the building, property or portfolio ofproperties and ensures that income is maximized, expenses areminimized and total value of the asset(s) is maintained.

SELECTLEADERS
Financial Analyst–Real Estate
(WASHINGTON, DC) This position provides asset management analysisand support for the existing portfolio, and also assists withproperty re-financings potential acquisitions of new properties,property dispositions as well as special projects.

ING CLARION PARTNERS
Vice President–CMBS/CRE Debt Investment
(NEW YORK CITY) The candidate will assume the role of a vicepresident in an investment management firm that manages a varietyof real estate related fixed-income products.

POTOMAC REALTY CAPITAL
Asset Manager
(NEEDHAM, MA) The asset manager is responsible for the overallmanagement and financial monitoring of a bridge and mezzanine loanportfolio.
ERNST ANDYOUNG
Senior Analyst Transaction Real Estate,Boston
(BOSTON) Specific responsibilities will include financial and cashflow modeling, market information research, analysis of real estatedocuments (including site/building plans, leases, appraisals, andmortgage underwriting/lending documents) and market studies.

FITCH RATINGS
Director, REITS
(NEW YORK CITY) We are seeking a director for coverage of the REITindustry. This position will have direct primary-analystresponsibility for a portfolio of 10 to 15 companies and back-upcoverage for an additional 10 to 15 companies.

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Vice President, Mixed-Use Development
(DETROIT) The successful candidate will take a leadership role inthe implementation of the company's mixed-use development strategyincluding the sourcing, underwriting, structuring, construction andcompletion of large-scale mixed-use developments.

BLUEROCK REAL ESTATE
Vice President–Acquisitions
(NEW YORK CITY) The hire will source, offer, negotiate, manage andclose individual property and portfolio acquisitions.

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Promotions
OPUSWEST CORP.
(PHOENIX) The firm doles out a series of promotions. John Boyle andJamie Godwin are made senior directors in real estate developmentand construction, respectively. New directors are David Lodwick inreal estate finance and sales and Theresa Schultz in theconstruction division. Curt Kremer rises to manager of real estatedevelopment and Linnaea Godwin is named marketing manager. CraigZupancic and Joel Wage become senior project managers and ChadBuck, project manager.

HAMPTON HOTELS
(MEMPHIS) Kurt Smith is made senior director of product service anddevelopment and leader of a six-member team. He formerly wasdirector of global brand integration.
TRANSWESTERN
(CHICAGO) Tamara Kos rises to executive vice president of agencyleasing services after five years with the company. Kos joined thecompany in 2002.

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NewHires
INGCLARION PARTNERS
(NEW YORK CITY) Sally Haskins is made a director in the clientservice and marketing group. She was head of property, Asia Pacificand based in Sydney, Australia for Russell Investment Group.

COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL
(SEATTLE) Brian Lennon is named general manager. He previously wasvice president and asset manager for Kennedy Associates Real EstateCounsel LP.

CONCORD EASTRIDGE
(ORLANDO) Craig Starkey and Sonia Nordelo join the team as vicepresident of development and development manager, respectively.Starkey most recently was vice president of development for FinlayDevelopment. Nordelo had been senior development manager forCentral Florida Investments Inc./Westgate Resorts Ltd.

GE REAL ESTATE
(DENVER) Richard D. Morean starts as senior director of GE's NorthAmerica Equity division. He most recently helped to build the realestate development program for national retailer, Furniture RowCos.

PANATTONI CONSTRUCTION
(ATLANTA) Paul D. Little becomes CEO of the Sacramento-basedcompany. Little, who will remain in Atlanta, spent the past 31years at Turner Construction Co., rising to senior vice presidentand overseer of the Southeast region.

DIVERSIFIED PROJECT MANAGEMENT
(NEWTON, MA) Patrick Oubre and Gretchen Barron rejoin the companyas project managers. Oubre had relocated to Texas in 2005 afterfive years at Diversified while Barron, also a former five-yearemployee, had shifted to a Downtown architectural firm.

NEWMARK KNIGHT FRANK
(BOSTON) James J. Adams comes on board as a principal to establishand oversee a Downtown office group. He most recently was seniorvice president and senior broker for the Downtown division of theCodman Co.

WRH REALTY
(JACKSONVILLE, FL) Tracy Williams starts as regional director.
LANECO.
(PHOENIX) Jerry D. Davis becomes development partner for the newlyformed Arizona and Southern California division. He was founder andpresident of Vision Residential Group LLC.

OAK REALTY GROUP INC.
(DEERFIELD, IL) Michael C. Lirtzman is named senior vice president,assuming the same title that he held at Trammell Crow Co.

BIXBY LAND CO.
(NEWPORT BEACH, CA) James Estrada comes on board as director ofleasing and Berkeley Davis as director of property management.Estrada previously was senior vice president of Trinity PropertyConsultants' commercial division. Davis previously was seniorproperty manager for the Irvine Co.

RANIER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
(DALLAS) Margaret Lonsford starts as vice president of assetmanagement. She previously was operations and asset manager forFirst Industrial Realty Trust Inc.

BRIDGE DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS
(CHICAGO) Anthony J. Pricco assumes a principal's role with thecompany. He most recently was vice president of McShane Corp.

THE LUND CO.
(OMAHA) Ryan Hill begins as CFO. He was the former controller ofthe Qwest Center Omaha Arena and Convention Center.

COMMERCIAL CAPITAL LENDING
(SAN DIEGO) Tammy L. De Witt starts as executive vice president andlending department president after five years with Vineyard Bank inSan Diego, rising to senior vice president and SBA creditmanager.

INTERCONTINENTAL REAL ESTATE CORP.
(BOSTON) Adam St. Jean rises to accounts receivable supervisor,responsible for maintaining all leases, renewals and securitydeposits. He previously was accounting coordinator at the HelmManagement Co. in La Mesa, CA.

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Anthony J. LoPinto

Tony LoPinto is the Global Sector Leader of Korn Ferry’s Real Estate Practice and founder of SelectLeaders. For the past 18 years LoPinto has been serving his clients with deep knowledge and perspective on talent needs and organizational challenges to public and private companies – knowledge gained from a 25-year career in real estate. Prior to his current position, he founded and served as chief executive officer of a boutique real estate executive search firm, where he oversaw offices in New York, Chicago, Washington, DC, San Francisco and Los Angeles. He has successfully led several high profile search engagements for chief executive officers, directors and a wide-range of executive level positions across all industries and sectors. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in European history from Loyola University in Chicago.