SJP Properties said on April 19 it welcomed Alexander Erdos to the company as senior vice president — leasing and marketing.
In his new role, Erdos will work directly with SJP Properties Founder and Chief Executive Officer Steve Pozycki to oversee business development, leasing and marketing—focusing on expanding SJP’s entire portfolio, and spearheading progress on the company’s transformational projects, including M Station at Morristown, 200 Wood Ave. in Metropark, Waterfront Corporate Center in Hoboken, and Somerset Corporate Center in Bridgewater.
Erdos will also contribute to the strategic growth of SJP Project Solutions, the company’s third-party development, construction, and project management business.
“As commercial tenants seek out increasingly diverse real estate solutions, Alex’s experience working with a wide variety of occupiers and owners, particularly in the New York Metropolitan Area, will be crucial in managing and growing our pipeline,” Pozycki said. “His intricate knowledge of the office and life science sectors will catalyze our continued effort to grow these markets in New Jersey. We look forward to applying Alex’s expertise to our strategy as we continue to add more world-class companies to our roster of tenants.”
Prior to joining SJP, Erdos served as vice president at CBRE in Midtown Manhattan, where he was an integral part of the Northeast Consulting team responsible for advising and representing a broad range of owners and occupiers in the office and life science sectors. His decade of experience in commercial real estate, combined with his legal background, has enabled him to successfully navigate complex transactions for his clients.
During his career, Erdos has demonstrated a consistent ability to successfully guide owners in repositioning assets to maximize value, and has represented numerous venture-backed occupiers and publicly traded companies, including Sony, Pfizer and Nestlé.
“SJP Properties is an industry leader — consistently accelerating growth, while remaining nimble enough to partner with tenants whose needs are constantly evolving,” Erdos said. “Advising on both the landlord and tenant side, as well as within the capital markets and lending spheres, has given me a holistic view of the forces at work in today’s market. I’m eager to bring my hybrid skill set and understanding of nontraditional tenants to the SJP team.”d