Duke Realty Corp. said May 26 that Seth Hall joined its New Jersey market team as assistant vice president of acquisitions.
Hall brings more than eight years of commercial real estate and financial experience to his new role in implementing Duke Realty’s acquisition strategy in New Jersey, a key growth market for the company.
“Duke Realty continues to invest heavily in the growth of our Northeast region, especially in opportunities in our New Jersey market,” said Art Makris, senior vice president of Duke Realty’s Northeast region. “Acquisitions are an important part of our coastal Tier 1 growth strategy and Seth’s expertise will help us expand our best-in-class portfolio.”
Hall joins Duke Realty from LRC Properties where he served as vice president of acquisitions for various southeastern markets. He was responsible for sourcing, underwriting, evaluating and executing on strategic real estate investments. Prior to joining LRC Properties, he was director of capital markets debt and structured finance at Newmark in New York City.
Hall earned financial experience at Mesa West Capital, a Morgan Stanley subsidiary, and Wells Fargo Bank’s commercial real estate division where he managed loan commitments in excess of $400 million.
“New Jersey’s distribution infrastructure and local population make it one of the most desirable logistics markets in the world. We are excited that Seth joined us to expedite our growth in this key market,” said Mark Crawford, vice president and head of acquisitions at Duke Realty. “We continue to be focused on acquiring industrial assets near the turnpike throughout New Jersey.”