Livingston-based Integra Realty Resources (IRR) said John Gillooly rejoined the company as director of its northern New Jersey office.
Gillooly, has served the New Jersey marketplace for nearly three decades and will work alongside Senior Managing Director Paul Beisser and Managing Director Arthur Linfante to further expand the company’s consulting and litigation services.
He joins colleagues Elizabeth Cregan and Michael Cherello, who also recently rejoined Integra’s northern New Jersey office.
“John is a great addition to our team, and we are happy to have him,” said Beisser. “Over the past 30 years, he’s built strong relationships with his clients and colleagues, earned an enviable reputation for his integrity and professionalism, and become one of the foremost Right of Way experts in the state. He will certainly be an asset as we continue to grow our book of business.”
For the past two years, Gillooly served as first vice president in Newmark Knight Frank’s Valuation & Advisory Whippany office. Prior to that position, he was director of Integra’s northern New Jersey office where he worked for more than two decades, prior to the office being acquired by Newmark Knight Frank in 2017.
Gillooly has been actively engaged in a wide range of commercial real estate appraisal assignments across all product during his 30-year career. He is frequently tapped for his expertise in utility, telecommunications and transportation Right of Way (ROW) valuations and is a qualified expert witness in eminent domain and property tax assessment appeal litigation. Assignments include litigation consultation and expert witness testimony in condemnation, property tax assessment, as well as commercial mortgage financing and estate tax valuation, acquisition/disposition analysis.
Active in his professional industry and local community, Gillooly currently serves as director of the New Jersey International Right of Way Association (IRWA) Chapter 15 and is an active member and former board member at the Metro New Jersey Chapter of the Appraisal Institute. Gillooly is also a member and former director of The Meadows Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to the preservation and restoration of historic sites in New Jersey.