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COSTA MESA, CA-Donahue Schriber, the private REIT and retail development specialist, has named Jack Steinhauer to the newly created position of director of acquisitions and development as part of the firm’s plans to expand into additional western states. Steinhauer, who will be based in the Donahue Schriber corporate office in Costa Mesa, will be responsible for sourcing development and acquisitions opportunities in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. He joined Donahue Schriber in 2005 as a development manager working under Dave Mossman, executive vice president for development and acquisitions.

Mossman explains that Donahue Schriber’s strategic plan has always called for expansion into areas west of Denver. He says that Steinhauer has a knowledge of the Pacific Northwest that will help the locally based firm in its efforts to penetrate markets there.

The creation of the new position held by Steinhauer follows an expansion-oriented move reported on GlobeSt.com in 2006, when the shopping center developer created new roles for two of its executives to help manage the company’s growth in targeted market area of California, Nevada and Arizona over the next three years: Mossman became EVP of development and acquisitions, and Mark Whitfield assumed a new role as EVP of development.

Donahue Schriber has projects under way throughout the West, including one of its largest, the 735,000-sf Countryside Marketplace power center in the Inland Empire community of Menifee, in Southwest Riverside County. The Menifee project is one of 19 development properties totaling 3.7 million sf that the firm has under way.

Donahue Schriber has been involved in nearly 30 million sf of retail properties within its 39-year history. The firm owns and/or operates a portfolio of 93 neighborhood, community, power and community lifestyle shopping centers. Its operating and development portfolio totals 16 million sf throughout California, Nevada, Arizona and Oregon.

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