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Douglas Elliman Scott Associates announced the addition of four brokers to its staff, including Sarah L. Cagninelli, Lynn Julian, Patricia Redican, and Sharon Rodda. Cagninelli joined Douglas Elliman Scott Associates from Prudential Wheeler Real Estate, and Redican and Rodda joined from William Pitt Real Estate. Julian came from the Douglas Elliman office in Greenwich, Conn.

Cagninelli, a resident of Darien for more than 20 years, has been a broker for five years, after a previous career in banking. She is a certified home finding specialist and home marketing specialist. She was awarded the Prudential Leading Edge Award for her success in transactions. Cagninelli has a B.A. from Hamilton College and an M.A. from Middlebury College.

Julian, before becoming a licensed realtor, was co-founder of Alexander Julian, Inc., in New York City, and then was an architectural designer with Roger Bartels Architects in New York. A resident of Rowayton for eight years, she has a B.A. from Barnard College and an M.A. from the University of North Carolina.

During her eight-year career with William Pitt Real Estate, Redican became an award-winning, multi-million dollar producer.

Rodda was with William Pitt Real Estate for five years. A resident of Darien, she also has been very active in community affairs. She has been on the board of the Darien community council and the Tokeneke and Hindley school parent associations. She also has been president of the YWCA board. Rodda is a graduate of Marymount College and of New England College in Henniker, N.H.

Matthew Barnett has joined the project management team of Levien & Co., announced president Kenneth Levien.

Barnett has served the construction industry for more than twenty years. Most recently he was a freelance consultant and owner representative working on projects throughout the U.S., participating in all phases of preconstruction planning, including cost control, creation of budgets, and selection of vendors.

Prior to 1995 Barnett created BC Consulting, Inc., built more than 70 residences and two strip malls, and was involved in the construction of numerous office buildings, hotels and retail facilities.

Insignia/ESG Inc. announced the appointment of Richard S. Levy as senior managing director of the firm's downtown brokerage team. Levy previously served as senior vice president of Tishman Real Estate Services Co.

Daniel Gale Real Estate has announced the appointment of Marie Montchal as its Home-Link director. The newly-created position is the result of the agency's new role as Long Island's exclusive Home-Link broker. Montchal will be responsible for developing and managing this service, which provides personal customer assistance to simplify the process of buying, selling, and owning a home.

Montchal, of St. James, joined Daniel Gale in 1998 as vice president of relocation and corporate marketing. She will continue to serve in that position while serving as Home-Link director.

Integrity Office Solutions announced the appointment of Mai Sharif Shiver to vice president of business development and general counsel in the company's San Francisco offices. Shiver assumed a variety of responsibilities, encompassing the areas of new business and legal issues for IOS.

With the addition of Shiver to its management staff, IOS acquired a professional with both practical management expertise and legal/analytical skills. Shiver joins IOS after serving for two years as corporate counsel for the Chicago-based Randolph Equities, a startup investment company. While there, Shiver generated substantial new business for the firm and provided legal expertise in establishing a commercial real property acquisitions division.

After graduating from the University of California in Hastings, with a J.D., Shiver was hired by the Oakland, CA based firm Burnham & Brown as an attorney in real estate, regulatory, and compliance law.

Larry Mango has joined Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey, Inc. in East Rutherford as a senior associate of research services. The department profiles New Jersey's office and industrial real estate conditions, and provides a variety of consulting services for the firm's clients, including market and feasibility studies.

In his new position, Mango, of Rutherford, N.J., manages research operations in Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey's East Rutherford, Parsippany and Iselin offices. He has been involved with real estate analysis and marketing for six years, most recently serving as senior marketing manager for the New York City Economic Development Corporation.

Mango also previously worked as assistant director with the Village Alliance Business Improvement District, a Manhattan non-profit organization that works to enhance the Greenwich Village business community. He earned a master's degree in urban planning from New York University and received a bachelor's degree in marketing from the New York University Stern School of Business.

UrbanAmerica L.P. announced recently that David G. Monzella has been named vice president of acquisitions.

As the vice president of acquisitions, Monzella will lead the acquisition team in the screening and selection process for potential purchases, oversee underwriting and due diligence, negotiate pricing and contracts, and coordinate closings of acquired properties.

Before joining UrbanAmerica, Monzella was with Vornado Realty Trust in New York, where he participated in identifying and negotiating $2 billion of acquisitions. Prior to that, he served as vice president for PNC Bank, working on real estate loan restructures totaling $900 million. Previously, Monzella was a principal at GC Realty Partners, a real estate investment banking and advisory firm. He was also a lending officer and credit analyst with Fleet Bank. Monzella received his B.A. in management from James Madison University.

Citi Habitats has appointed Kim Shepard as manager to oversee operations in its West 57th Street office. The company has also appointed Matthew Chook as assistant manager for this office.

Shepard joined Citi Habitat's in 1998 after spending six years as a real estate agent in Dallas. Originally stationed at Citi Habitats' 26th Street office, Shepard worked in sales and rentals as well as corporate relocation.

Chook will join Shepard as the new assistant manager of the West 57th Street office. Chook began his career in real estate at Citi Habitats' Flatiron Office in December 1999. Prior to real estate, he held various management positions in the music and garment industries, including running his own music marketing company.

Richard G. Murphy has joined Baker Residential in the newly-created position of director of residential development for Central New Jersey.

In his new position, Murphy assumed responsibility for continuing expansion of the company's land acquisition and development efforts in central and southern New Jersey, focusing on new growth opportunities in suburban communities and redevelopment possibilities throughout the region. He will be based in Baker's Monroe Township office.

Prior to joining Baker Residential, Murphy was vice president of the Gale Wentworth and Dillon Group of Bedminster, N.J., where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Cherry Valley Country Club, a golf course community of 495 upscale, single-family homes in Montgomery Township.

He has also served as a vice president of land acquisition and development for Trafagar House Residential in Princeton and as associate/project manager for Fellows Read and Associates, also in Princeton. A resident of Belle Mead, N.J., Murphy holds a B.A. in civil engineering from the University of Delaware.

Daniel Gale announced that William Byer has joined the company as the Home-Link sales account manager. In his new position Byer will be responsible for developing the group of service providers that will be used by the Home-Link personal move coordinators to assist clients with their home buying, selling, and ownership needs. He will also monitor vendor performance and customer satisfaction.

Byer's position as president of Prestige Publications, Inc. helped provide him with the background and experience needed to undertake the new position. A graduate of Cornell University, Byer is an avid golfer and a long time resident of Rockville Centre.

William B. May International, the commercial arm of the New York real estate brokerage firm William B. May Real Estate, Inc, announced that Clifford Sussman has joined the company as vice president.

Sussman was formerly with the David S. Kriss Realty Company. He is a commercial real estate broker, specializing in office and retail tenant representation. He has represented numerous tenants such as Willamette Management and Transworld Health Care. He is a graduate of Arizona State University.
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