As executive director of the Fort Monmouth Revitalization Authority, she is in charge of advancing the organization’s mission of redeveloping the 1,100-acre former military base in Oceanport, as well as overseeing all real estate and facilities/infrastructure initiatives.
Since being named CEO of what was then-Mack Cali Realty Corp. – now Veris Residential – in 2021, this executive has had an eventful tenure.
Founded in 1976 by Jon Hanson and led by James Hanson II as president and CEO, the Hampshire Cos. is continuing to carry on its 100-year-old family legacy in New Jersey.
The CEO at Carlstadt-based Russo Development – along with COO Michael Pembroke – is helping to shape where industrial is going in New Jersey – perhaps little surprise given the family-owned company’s long history in the space.
As president of NAI James E. Hanson, he remains focused on ensuring the firm remains the largest New Jersey-based independent commercial real estate brokerage in an increasingly competitive and challenging marketplace.
Since launching SJP Properties in 1981, he has built the company into a powerhouse that has developed more than 25 million square feet of ground-up real estate projects in partnership with major public and private institutions.
Under his leadership, New Brunswick Development Corp. continues to forge ahead with imaginative, innovative and complex projects.
Following a rebrand to Inspired by Somerset Development, the founder and CEO – and visionary behind the signature Bell Works project in Holmdel, the country’s first “metroburb” – continues to innovate and evolve.
As managing partner of Greek Real Estate Partners, he is responsible for new development and acquisition opportunities as well as expanding the nearly 60-year-old vertically integrated real estate firm’s core business of industrial development and building its ever-growing services.
“This campus, which has introduced a new, world-class warehouse/distribution opportunity in the heart of the Greater Port submarket, is the result of a strong public-private partnership,” said CHD Senior Managing Director Clark Machemer.
The longtime leader of Highland Park-based Kaplan Cos. was a Holocaust survivor and family man.
“This portfolio, which was heavily competed for, demonstrates the available capital for industrial assets despite the challenges that the market is experiencing,” according to JLL's Marc Duval, part of the team that arranged the transaction.