Limbo
JobOpportunities
Holliday FenoglioFowler LP
Real Estate Analyst
(WASHINGTON, DC) Individuals would be responsible for executingreal estate capital markets transactions for clients within a teamenvironment. These transactions include sales, financings, jointventures and equity raises for commercial real estateproperties.

Grubb & Ellis Co.
Vice President/Data Center PortfolioManager
(MIDWEST or EAST COAST) This position will oversee the facilitymanagement of a portfolio of several data centers for aFortune 500 client in the Midwest and East Coast.

Prudential
Investment, VP
(PARSIPPANY, NJ) Job responsibilities include a focus on shoppingcenter investments, sourcing new shopping center transactions,supporting the establishment of retail JV relationships andmore.Fannie Mae
Senior Director, Facilities Management
(WASHINGTON, DC) The position is responsible for managingdirectors, project managers, consultants, and contract vendors.

AMLI Residential
Purchasing Manager
(CHICAGO) The hire will be responsible for managing the purchasingfunction within AMLI's property operations group. Specificresponsibilities will include analyzing operational spending,consolidating spending and vendor usage, vendor evaluation andselection, and more.
ParamountReal Estate Services
Portfolio Controller
(JUPITER, FL) Position reports to the CFO and responsibilitiesinclude, but not limited to, financial reporting and consolidation,monthly closing schedule, acquisition and disposition accounting,workpaper documentation and SOX compliance.

RCLCO
Senior Associate
(LOS ANGELES)The associates participate in the facilitation ofclient's advisory needs, developing innovative solutions tocomplex, high profile problems, leading to actionable solutions forimplementation.

Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority
Chief Development Officer
(CLEVELAND) The officer will be responsible for creatingtransformative regional strategies, developing and implementinginitiatives to create large scale investment through complexfinancing strategies, and assembling and beginning investment in aportfolio of property projects.
PromotionsNo more than one submission per company will be considered perweek.
Submissions with multiple names will be capped at three forcoverage in Executive Watch.
NBS REALESTATE CAPITAL
(PORTLAND, OR) David Dewey earns a berth as senior vice presidentas he nears his second anniversary with the firm.

CB RICHARD ELLIS
(PHOENIX) Jerry Noble and Patrick Devine become first vicepresidents after one year with the company.

CALLISON
(DALLAS and MEXICO CITY) Michael Martinez and Manuel Veytia arenamed directors for the retail design firm's offices in Dallas andMexico City, respectively.

STREAM REALTY PARTNERS
(DALLAS) Kyle Jacobs is made vice president in the tenantrepresentation group. He returned to the firm in 2006 as an adviserafter a one-year hiatus.

BEAL COS. LLP
(BOSTON) Stephen Faber is named senior vice president as he startshis 11th year at the firm.
SPERRY VAN NESS ASSET MANAGEMENT& LEASING
(IRVINE, CA) Donald J. Keena becomes vice president and regionalmanager. He had been a lease investment specialist for Sperry VanNess Commercial Real Estate Advisors.

METRO COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
(CONSHOHOCKEN, PA) Glenn Marvin rises to partner. As a licensedbroker in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, he is a key memberof the firm's tenant representation teams.

HGA ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS
(SAN FRANCISCO) Esther Gonzalez-Parber rises to associate fromproject manager.

GREATER JAMAICA DEVELOPMENT CORP.
(JAMAICA, NY) Justin K. Rodgers starts as the economic developmentdirector. He spent two years as the organization's manager ofbusiness services.

INTERCONTINENAL REAL ESTATE CORP.
(BOSTON) Tracy Stewart is elevated to property accountant in thefinance and accounting group, where she will assist the controllerof the US Real Estate Investment Fund LLC.
NewHiresNo more than one submission per company will be considered perweek.
Submissions with multiple names will be capped at three forcoverage in Executive Watch.
MARCUS& MILLICHAP CAPITAL CORP.
(SACRAMENTO) Christopher Du Pont starts as an associate directorafter running his own firm, Du Pont Equities in San Diego.

BEAL COS. LLP
(BOSTON) Peter A. Spellios joins as senior vice president andgeneral counsel. He most recently was a partner in Sherin andLodgen LLP and chairman of its land use, permitting and developmentpractice.

TELES PROPERTIES
(BEVERLY HILLS, CA) David Mossler joins the team as an agent,bringing John Iglar and Michael Phillips with him from his formerfirm, Mossler & Doe.

GVA KIDDER MATHEWS
(SAN FRANCISCO) Steve Bouret and Gregg Domanico, formerly with NAIBT Commercial, come on board to lead a Bay-area expansion, whichinclude an office on the peninsula. Bouret was the founder andleader of NAI BT's technology advisory group. Domanico led hisformer firm's life sciences' division.

ADVANCE REALTY GROUP
(LANDOVER, MD) The firm's new property managers are Stacie Dawsonin the headquarters office and Quicha Tresvant in the Chantilly, VAoffice. Dawson has returned to the company after a stint as aproperty manager for NAI the Michael Cos. Inc. Tresvant comes fromMonument Realty LLC.
GREINER-MALTZ
(LONG ISLAND, NY) George Margaronis starts as an associate brokerfor sales and leasing in the Brooklyn and Queens commercial andindustrial markets.

LINCOLN EQUITIES GROUP
(RUTHERFORD, NJ) Daniel S. Ackerman holds onto the title of seniordirector of leasing in the move from Mack-Cali Realty Corp.

RBI RETAIL BROKERS
(RIVERSIDE, CA) Angie Aragon starts as a retail specialist afterthree years as a Grubb & Ellis Co. associate.

LANDMARK LAW GROUP
(LOS ANGELES) Attorney Darren L. Hereford joins the firm fromWeston Benshoof, where was a partner in the firm's real estatepractice group.

HAMPSHIRE COS.
(MORRISTOWN, NJ) Brian Keary comes on board as assistant assetmanager to support the Hampshire Legacy Fund portfolio.

GRUBB & ELLIS CO.
(NEW YORK CITY) The company adds three directors: John Oliveri,John LaRocca and Lauren Davidson. Oliveri most recently wasdirector of retail brokerage for Eastern Property Associates.LaRocca was founder and president of Ideal Futures Inc. Davidsoncame from Cushman & Wakefield Inc., where she was a globalbusiness development associate.

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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.