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AMLIRESIDENTIAL
Community Manager
(GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO) This manager is responsible for theoperational and financial aspects of a property, and meetingcompany goals in those areas.

OPUS CORP.
Director of National Accounts, Opus SouthCorp.
(MINNETONKA, MN) The director is responsible for developing newrevenue-generating opportunities, as well as fostering existingrelationships within the company.

ERNST & YOUNG
Transaction Tax Manager
(NEW YORK CITY) Serve as a member of multiple client-engagementteams, participating in due diligence and structuring engagementsrelated to transactions that private equity and strategic corporateentities pursue.

JONES LANG LASALLE
Senior Asset Manager
(CHICAGO) This manager will have direct responsibility offive-to-seven multifamily properties of two-to-three LaSalleseparate account clients, and will assist in economic underwritingand due diligence, and more.
CB RICHARDELLIS
Real Estate Manager
(IRVINGTON, NY) The manager will coordinate the marketing andleasing of properties, oversee tenant move-ins and move-outs,negotiate early terminations of leases, review and reconcile groundlease rent and common area maintenance recovery charges, andmore.

HEALTHCARE REALTY TRUST
Asset Manager
(NASHVILLE) The REIT seeks a manager for two new medical officebuildings, under development, in Briargate.

LANDAMERICA
Commercial Profit Center Manager
(CHICAGO) Budgets, plans, and supervises the activities of anational and local commercial operation in accordance with policiesand procedures to include hiring and training of all sales people,on-going development of sales skills, and more.

DEUTSCHE BANK
Acquisitions Associate
(SAN FRANCISCO) Work closely with various local acquisitionsofficers to evaluate and underwrite new investment opportunities,perform due diligence, facilitate preparation of InvestmentCommittee memorandums, and more.
PromotionsNo more than one submission per company will be considered perweek.
Submissions with multiple names will be capped at three forcoverage in Executive Watch.
GSBSARCHITECTS
(FORT WORTH) Richard Williams and Samuel T. Jones becomestockholder partners.

HANLEY INVESTMENT GROUP REAL ESTATE ADVISORS
(IRVINE, CA) Kevin T. Fryman rises to vice president from seniorassociate.

LUCIEN LAGRANGE ARCHITECTS
(CHICAGO) The firm promotes four architects to principal, includingTim Hill, a former associate principal and Heather Weed, also anassociate principal.

STUDLEY
(LOS ANGELES and PHILADELPHIA) Michael Weiss becomes seniormanaging director of the Southern California Financial Group,rising from corporate managing director. In Philadelphia, the newsenior managing director is Gregory Soffian. The office also got anew corporate managing director and associate director with thechanges.

HGA ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS
(LOS ANGELES) Yu-Hsiang Tony Wang is elevated to associate.

GRUBB & ELLIS
(SANTA ANA, CA) Stephen P. Jenco and Patricia K. Raicht become vicepresidents of client services. Both executives have been with thefirm since 1996.

DAVIDSON HOTEL CO.
(MEMPHIS) The hospitality company elevates six professionals togeneral manager to head up new properties. Among the most seniorstaffers are Marisa Serrano, now assigned to lead the Hilton SanDiego Gaslamp Quarter; Michael Sanders, who takes over the HiltonSan Antonio Airport; and Mark Herron, who will head up theCleveland Embassy Suites.

LEGACY PARTNERS RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
(DALLAS) Richard Brownjohn is made senior vice president ofdevelopment after joining the company in 2005 as vice president ofdevelopment.

CB RICHARD ELLIS
(WASHINGTON, DC and TUCSON) Four professionals earn seniormanagement positions in the asset services group of the Washington,DC office and three in Phoenix are made first vice presidents. InWashington, DC, David Ayres rises to general manager while threeco-workers are made senior real estate managers. The threepromotions in Phoenix include Michael Chapman, the longest tenuredemployee in the office. He started in 1978 as a multifamily andinvestment specialist.
UGL EQUIS CORP.
(CHICAGO and LOS ANGELES) Jeff Miller climbs to senior vicepresident from vice president while Kyle Harding is made associatevice president after working as a senior associate. In Los Angeles,Brett Racanelli also is promoted to associate vice president. Hepreviously was senior associate and account manager of the firm'sglobal portfolio account.

JONES LANG LASALLE
(PARSIPPANY, NJ) The firm names veteran Jonathan Meisel as marketdirector to oversee all business in JLL's three New Jersey offices.He was co-manager of the firm's first New Jersey office, whichopened in 2004.

MARCUS & MILLICHAP REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTSERVICES
(PORTLAND, OR and ORLANDO) Tony Cassie is promoted to regionalmanager from sales manager. In Orlando, Dan Colachicco rises tosales manager.

HENRY S. MILLER COMMERCIAL
(DALLAS) James Hazard becomes vice president and division leader ofthe firm's Tarrant county office while Matt Anding rises to vicepresident of the office and industrial group in the headquartersoffice.

KEYSTONE PACIFIC PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
(IRVINE, CA) Illze Lemus takes over as group coordinator afterworking as senior community association manager.

RTKL ASSOCIATES
(DALLAS) Wayne Barger and John L. Castorina, both in the healthcaregroup, are promoted to senior vice president.

LEE & ASSOCIATES
(NOVI, MI) Joseph G. Pellerito and Mark T. Schafer are madeprincipals after earning top sales honors as senior associates. Thepromotion also makes them part of the Michigan board of directors.
NewHiresNo more than one submission per company will be considered perweek.
Submissions with multiple names will be capped at three forcoverage in Executive Watch.
COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION
(NASHVILLE) Frank Weber starts as business development director. Hemost recently was a broker for Nashville Commercial Real EstateServices.

INTEGRAL INC.
(WASHINGTON, DC) Michael Galway joins as principal. He has logged26 years as a mechanical engineer and project manager for a varietyof projects, including federal and state governments, colleges anduniversities and healthcare.

CB RICHARD ELLIS
(OAK BROOK, IL and PHOENIX) Marcy Wood is named vice president ofthe retail services group. Prior to joining CBRE, she was a memberand co-founder of Americorp Realty LLC. Joining the Phoenix team isRon Monat, who starts as vice president in the multifamily privateclient group. Monat most recently was an agent for Marcus &Millichap Real Estate Investment Services.

CAPE HORN GROUP
(CHICAGO) Heather A. Korpella joins the sales team at the LaSalleWacker, a 41-story office tower. She most recently was headarbitration clerk, and electronic trader at Wiklund TradingLLC.

JACKSON-SHAW CO.
(DALLAS) Justin Ridnour and Jason A. Nunley start as vicepresidents of development. Ridnour has managed the development andoperations of portfolios in Texas and Mexico while Nunley isexperienced in managing office, industrial, retail andinstitutional-caliber projects.

RANDALL HAGNER LTD.
(WASHINGTON, DC) Tom McHugh and A.J. Wood join as senior vicepresident and vice president, respectively. The team formerly waswith the McLean, VA office of CB Richard Ellis, where McHugh was asenior vice president and Wood was a senior associate.

OPUS WEST CORP.
(IRVINE, CA) Greg Wattson begins as vice president of retaildevelopment for the six-state western region. He most recently wassenior vice president of retail for Trammell Crow Co. For 18 years,he led Wattson Brevast's development and repositioning projects onthe West Coast.

OPUS NORTH CORP.
(BURR RIDGE, IL) Kimberly Mans joins as marketing director andassistant property manager of Burr Ridge Village Center. Mostrecently, she worked for Simon Property Group.

REGENCY CENTERS
(DENVER) Mark Peternell begins as vice president of sustainability,a newly established position.
KALMON DOLGINAFFILIATES
(BROOKLYN, NY) Grant Dolgin joins as a salesperson for the firmafter three years as a professional equities trader.

MISSION CAPITAL ADVISORS
(MANHATTAN) James Barnard comes on board as a director to structureloan sales transactions. Most recently, he was an associatedirector for Bear Stearns.

GOVERNMENT SOLUTIONS INC.
(NEWPORT BEACH, CA) The firm adds Julie Cavanaugh as senior projectmanager. The professional brings more than 25 years of planning andpublic participation experience to the firm.

LASALLE INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
(CHICAGO) Michael Smith begins as director of client services inthe Asia Pacific, joining the firm from Skandia InvestmentManagement Ltd. At Skandia, he led institutional and internationalsales for multi-manager and single-strategy mutual funds.

COLLIERS MEREDITH & GREW
(BOSTON) Joining the company is Todd S. Alexander, a former seniorproperty manager for Carruth Capital in Westborough, MA.

JONES LANG LASALLE
(SAN FRANCISCO and PARSIPPANY, NJ) Lynda Ward comes on board asvice president of the strategic consulting team. She previously wasa senior principal at Sun Microsystems' open work practice. In NewJersey, the firm adds Peter Nicoletti and Joseph Garibaldi IV asmanaging directors in the capital markets group.

FULLER REAL ESTATE
(DENVER) The firm adds Marty Slaught as vice president tospecialize in sale and leasing of office buildings. Slaught mostrecently was leasing director of Lauth Property Group's westernregion healthcare division.

CENTERPOINT PROPERTIES TRUST
(OAK BROOK, IL) Chris Tecu joins as vice president of theinvestment group. Tecu spent eight years with Trammell Crow Co. andthe past year at CB Richard Ellis.

PIRCHER, NICHOLS & MEEKS
(LOS ANGELES) Coming on board is Joshua L. Bauder, who begins as anassociate in the real estate department. He most recently was a lawclerk at Greenberg & Weinmann.

ATWELL-HICKS
(NASHVILLE) Daniel Strebel starts as senior project manager andGary O'Brien and Douglas Ball-Chandler begin as project managers.Strebel previously was development director for VastlandDevelopment LLC. O'Brien comes from Actus Lend Lease, where he wasa senior project manager. Ball-Chandler was founder and presidentof Latitude Land Surveying Inc. and was assistant survey managerfor Littlejohn Engineering & Associates before joiningAtwell-Hicks

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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.