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10/06/04: On the heels of last week’s presidential debate, the current administration is eagerly awaiting the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ new job figures. The anticipation is well-founded since there’s an expected increase of more than 380,000 jobs. Well-timed indeed since Friday night’s second debate will focus on domestic issues. Based on performance, there is no secret about who won the first debate(substance is another issue and we’ll leave it to the pundits and spin masters to rate that for us, since they really aren’t interested in our opinions).However, I hope the President doesn’t lead with: “See, I told you, this economy is growing,” and attempt to take credit for what is out of anyone’s control. If the President can define the debate and make his case as a person who cares, he will be in good shape. If not he may be revisiting President #41′s plight.
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GE COMMERCIAL FINANCE REAL ESTATE (NEW YORK CITY) Dan Martin and Mike Connolly have both been promoted to regional directors at the firm for the Mid-Atlantic and New York regions, respectively. Martin was most recently loan originations director for the Mid-Atlantic region. Connolly moves up from a position at the firm in which he developed joint ventures with regional and local real estate investors.

HILTON HOTELS (BEVERLY HILLS, CA) Stefani Strategos has been tapped as vice president of project finance, stepping up from her previous role as director of project finance and investment analysis. She joined Hilton Hotels in 2000. Namit Malhotra has been named vice president of feasibility and investment analysis. Malhotra was most recently director of feasibility and investment analysis, and joined the company in 2003.

BRANDYWINE REALTY TRUST (PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA) Former US Congressman Wyche Fowler Jr. has joined the organization’s board of trustees. Fowler served in Congress for 16 years as both a US representative and senator from Georgia, starting with his election to the House in 1977 and continuing with his entrance to the Senate in 1986.

AMC DELANCEY GROUP (PHILADELPHIA) Rene H. Schiegg has been named general manager of the Radisson Hotel in Jacksonville. Schiegg has been involved in hotel management for more than 38 years. In other news, AMC Delancey president and CEO Kenneth P. Balin has been elected vice chairman of the Philadelphia District Council – Urban Land Institute.

PRIME RETAIL (BALTIMORE) The firm has tapped Eric R. Smithers as senior vice president and general counsel. Smithers will be responsible for all legal matters, business development and operations at the company.

WOODMONT PROPERTIES (PARSIPPANY, NJ) Dean M. Munley has been named vice president, development. Munley will be charged with managing the development process for residential, mixed-use and commercial projects.

RELIANCE ONE MORTGAGE (HOUSTON) Don McClain has been named president of the firm. McClain is the host of “Commercial Real Estate Insight,” a nationally syndicated radio show, and has more than 12 years of experience in commercial and residential real estate lending.

GRUBB & ELLIS (SEATTLE) Scott Clements has joined the firm as vice president in the investment services group. Clements was most recently at Leibsohn & Co., where he specialized in repping private investors in office and retail investment sales.

CRESA PARTNERS (NEW YORK CITY) Nancy Weinstein has joined the firm as vice president, in which she will participate in site selection, contract and lease negotiations and financial analysis. Weinstein was previously a broker at Norman Bobrow & Co.


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