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Tudor Realty Services Corp. is a medium-sized real estate management company.
Julien J. Studley, chairman and president of national commercial real estate company Julien J. Studley, Inc., has announced the promotion of Michael D. Colacino (photo) to executive managing director in its Midtown New York office.
Previously a senior managing director with the company, Colacino has nearly 20 years of experience in commercial real estate. He provides consulting, strategic planning and specialized brokerage services to national tenants. Colacino has served as eastern regional manager for Studley's national relationship with Microsoft Corporation and as a broker on Time Warner's acquisition and development of the Columbus Circle site in Manhattan.
Colacino has participated in a number of television/cable studio assignments while at Studley for clients such as National Broadcasting Company (NBC), Warner Bros. and Cable News Network, Inc. (CNN). These projects included the development of feasibility analyses, operations reviews and brokerage negotiations. Colacino has also worked on several large-scale lease transactions for New York law firms, including 250,000 square feet for Wilkie Fan & Gallagher; 240,000 square feet for Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler; and 120,000 square feet for Patterson, Belknap, Webb and Tyler. In addition, he has brokered a 60,000 square-foot transaction for Microsoft in New York, as well as more than 20 transactions for the corporation across the Northeast.
Colacino graduated cum laude from Harvard College and received a master's degree in real estate from New York University. He serves on the faculty of New York University and is a member of the Urban Land Institute.
Rose Associates, Inc., one of New York's oldest full-service real estate firms, has promoted Amy Rose (photo) to the position of executive vice president, announced William H. Sand-holm, COO of the firm.
Rose has been a member of the firm for more than 10 years, serving most recently as managing director. Rose's responsibilities will include corporate communications and marketing, supervising human resources, and serving as asset manager for several important properties.
Rose has been involved in the firm's New York City residential development projects, including The Madison Belvedere, a 404-unit luxury rental building at 10 East 29th Street; The Siena, a 73-unit luxury condominium at 188 East 76th Street; and Le Rivage, a 293-unit rental conversion at 21 West Street.
Rose graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Science degree. She is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, Young Men's/Women's Real Estate Association of New York and the Real Estate Board of New York. She serves on the board of directors of the Association of Real Estate Women Charitable Fund and the 92nd Street Y.
Gary Trock (photo), a retail leasing expert with 13 years of experience and success in both tenant and landlord representation, has joined Insignia/ESG as a director in the Retail Group.
As tenant representative, Trock has arranged transactions on behalf of national retailers including Sports Authority, Blockbuster Video, RiteAid Drug Stores, McDonald's, Old Navy, Payless Shoe Source and CVS Drug Stores. He has also negotiated retail leases for numerous top-tier New York City landlords such as Citibank, H.J. Kalikow & Co., The Macklowe Organization, Boston Properties, The Trump Organization and Emery Roth.
Prior to joining Insignia/ESG, Trock spent 13 years with Garrick-Aug Store Leasing. He graduated from the Babson College School of Business in 1978. Trock is a member of the Young Men's/Young Women's Real Estate Association and held the position of Treasurer for 1997 and sat on the Board of Directors in 1998. He is also a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC).
King Interests, a diversified real estate services firm, announced that Steven E. Goldin (photo) has joined the company to head the King Investments division. In his new position, Goldin is responsible for the acquisition, financing, marketing, and leasing of investment properties.
Goldin was formerly a community builder with Red Bank, NJ-based K. Hovnanian Enterprises, the nation's 10th-largest home builder. There, his responsibilities included leading development of a $90 million, 250 home single-family community in Franklin Park. He was earlier director of Planning and Development for Woodbridge Township, the state's sixth-largest municipality, where he was responsible, among other things, for the development and construction of the township's new $15 million Municipal Complex. While at Woodbridge, Goldin was also president of the Woodbridge Economic Development Corporation.
Goldin holds a bachelor's degree from Harvard University and an MBA from Columbia University School of Business. He resides in Princeton Junction with his wife and two children.
The Young Men's/Women's Real Estate Association of New York (YM/WREA), the prestigious commercial real estate organization for professionals (both young and senior), will honor Insignia/ESG's Bradley P. Gerla (photo) with their "Young Man of The Year" award at an annual real estate dinner in January. The award, the result of a vote by the association's five most recent chairmen, recognizes Gerla's integrity, high degree of professional ethics and exceptional accomplishments in the field of real estate.
"Brad is one of the finest, most able executives in the commercial real estate industry today," noted Mitchell Arkin, president of YM/WREA. "His constructive participation in the real estate community, coupled with his knowledged of the industry, make Brad the perfect candidate for this award. We are proud to recognize him as the Young Man of the Year."
Consistently among the leading producers in Insignia/ESG's Downtown office, Gerla counts among his corporate and institutional clients the American Stock Exchange, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, Prudential Securities and Chase Manhattan Bank. He has also exclusively represented Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., National Bank of Canada and TIBCO, a subsidiary of Reuters. In addition, he is recognized for his work on behalf of landlords, having served as leasing agent at such Manhattan properties as 95 Wall Street, 90 Broad Street, 90 William Street, 130 William Street and, along with his colleagues, New Jersey's Harborside Financial Center.
Gerla served as 1996's chairman of the YM/WREA. He is a graduate of Cortland State College and has a graduate degree in real estate from New York University.
Paul N. Parisi (photo), an Eastchester, NY resident, has joined All New York Title Agency as associate counsel in the underwriting department, focusing on assisting clients with the resolution of complex title and real estate issues. He is involved with several business development programs for the agency and provides legal counsel to both residential and commercial clients on New York State real estate-oriented title insurance matters.
Based at All New York Title's White Plains office, Parisi is the fifth attorney to join the title insurance agency. He has 21 years of underwriting and title insurance experience, most recently serving as associate counsel for a national title insurance company.
In a previous position, Parisi spent 14 years with a title insurance agency headquartered in White Plains, and has extensive knowledge and experience within the local real estate industry.
Parisi earned a law degree cum laude from Pace University and graduated from Iona college in New Rochelle. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Westchester County Bar Association, Eastchester Bar Association and Columbian Lawyers Association of Westchester.
Michael J. Campbell (photo), formerly with Prudential Mortgage Capital Company, has joined The Carlton Group, Ltd. as vice president, according to Howard Michaels, chairman. "Michael has a wealth of knowledge about real estate and financing. We are looking for him to help us expand our client base and be active in both debt and equity placements and assignments," said Michaels.
Campbell had worked in commercial real estate and finance at Prudential for five years. He started his career at Prudential Realty Group, before moving onto Prudential Mortgage Capital Company as a senior analyst.
Campbell earned a B.S. in financial engineering from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. He is currently working on his masters credential at the NYU's Real Estate Institute.
Ronald H. Kolber (photo) has joined the New York office of HOK (Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, Inc.) in the position of associate, it was recently announced. Kolber assumes responsibility for HOK's marketing and business development program, supervising a staff of marketing and promotion specialists.
Jerry A. Davis, AIA, senior principal of HOK, said "We're extremely pleased to have a professional with the level of experience and outreach that Ron Kolber brings to our senior staff team."
Kolber's diverse experience encompasses more than 10 years in law and real estate. As an attorney, he has specialized in international banking law, serving as counsel to financial institutions and insurance companies. He most recently held the position of vice president of Real Estate Markets for Reed Midem Organization. His responsibilities there encompassed marketing strategy, development and sales of North American participation in the international property markets for Europe, Asia and Latin America. His role focused on cultivating new clients and establishing global partnerships.
Prior to Reed Midem, Kolber was a partner attorney at Komfield & Kotkin in New york City, where he was engaged in a broad range of litigation practice relating to real estate and banking law.
Kolber is a graduate of The University of The Pacific School of Law and he holds a B.A. degree from the University of California at Berkeley. Besides his active participation in such professional organizations as IDRC, NACORE, FIABCI and IFMA, Kolber is president and co-founder of the Global Housing Foundation, a not-for-profit organization in partnership with the U.N. to develop low-cost housing for the impoverished worldwide.
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|Date:||Jan 12, 2000|
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