North American Properties (NAP) on Thursday announced industry veteran Mark Fetah has joined the firm as senior vice president and director for the Riverton Master Planned Projects, a $2.5 billion, 5 million-square-foot mixed-use development comprised of 400 acres on the Raritan River in Sayreville.
In his new role with NAP, Fetah will be responsible for design, engineering, permitting, approvals, construction and management of the multi-phased Riverton program.
Fetah is a hands-on real estate development and construction veteran who has successfully delivered more than 40 million square feet of commercial, residential, hospitality, retail, resort and mixed-use projects throughout the United States and abroad, NAP said. His work includes ventures such as Epcot Center in Orlando; Euro Disneyland in Paris; Canary Wharf in London; and 7 World Trade Center, the Staten Island Ferry Terminal Renovation, and Hudson River Park Trust in New York.
“Mark Fetah has worked on some of the world’s most recognizable real estate projects, and he will play a tremendous role in the growth and direction of Riverton as an innovative, retail-driven development,” said Mark Toro, managing partner at NAP-Atlanta. “We are thrilled to add his extensive background in real estate development, construction, and finance to the Riverton team and help us make Riverton a fun and exciting place for people to live, work, shop, dine and play.”
Mark Fetah will work in tandem with Kevin Polston, project executive for Riverton for the past 18 months.
Prior to joining NAP, Fetah oversaw the development, design, project management and CAPEX operations for two of the pre-eminent national real estate investment funds.