Who's News: MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL.
As president of BLDG Management, Goldman manages real estate in New York City and throughout the United States. The firm owns or operates more than 400 real estate properties, including more than 14,000 residential units and 10 million square feet of commercial/industrial properties.
Goldman is a member of many professional organizations, including the housing committee of the Real Estate Board of New York, the Directors' Advisory Council, and the mortgage investment committee of M & T Bank.
In addition to his professional pursuits, Goldman supports numerous charitable and philanthropic organizations. He serves as vice chairman of the North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System board of trustees' real estate committee, is a member of the international advisory committee of the Israel National Institute for Health Policy and Health Services Research, and a cabinet member of the New York region campaign for the United States Holocaust Museum.
He also serves as chairman of the finance committee of the American Associates of Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Israel, is managing trustee of the Irving Goldman Foundation, a founding member of the Family Business Council of New York, a founding member of Foundation 17, and co-chairman of the Carnegie Hall real estate committee.
Goldman and his wife Victoria, an educational columnist, have two children.
Ken Colao, president and chief executive officer of York Hunter, announced two new appointments at the company.
Lisa Radcliffe joined the firm as director of information technology.
In this newly-created position, Radcliffe will be responsible for York Hunter's current data and telecommunications systems and structures. In addition, she will spearhead the company's efforts to implement an enterprise resource planning and collaborative project management application for the offices and divisions of the York Hunter Group. Radcliffe will report to Joel Fivis, York Hunter's executive vice president and chief financial officer, and will be located in its corporate office in New York.
Radcliffe came to York Hunter from HELP USA where she worked on transforming the company's internal information technology department into a stand-alone technology services consulting practice called TECH-U-NET.
Radcliffe holds a B.A. degree from the College of William and Mary and attended the University of Virginia School of Law. In addition to her professional responsibilities, Radcliffe is on the editorial board of Tech News and has served on numerous nonprofit and government technology advisory boards.
Colao also announced the appointment of Cary Spiegel to vice president and director of institutional and cultural projects. He will be based in York Hunter's Manhattan office and will report to executive vice president Alan Reich.
In this newly-created position,. Spiegel will be responsible for all institutional and cultural projects for York Hunter construction services, including universities, colleges, private schools, cultural, fine arts, and private nonprofit organizations. Spiegel has more than 20 years of experience in commercial, retail, public, and institutional work to York Hunter.
Spiegel is a registered architect in both New York and New Jersey and holds a B.A. and an M.A. in architecture from the City College of New York. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects.
Jeffrey Winick, chief executive officer of Winick Realty Group, announced that Mark A. Kanian will serve as the senior vice president and general counsel of Winick Realty Group.
Kanian's finance and real estate experience will complement Winick's experience in real estate development, especially working with financial and banking institutions. Kanian will work with all three of the company's principals--Winick, president Frank Terzulli, and executive vice president Cory Zelnik -- to develop new business strategies for the firm.
At his former position at Chase Manhattan Bank, Kanian was active in all phases of real estate dispositions as well as formulating corporate real estate policy through the bank's legal department.
Kanian was responsible for a number of real estate transactions during his 18-year career, including the net lease transaction of a lower Manhattan office property, the lease of a 150,000-square-foot commercial building in Chicago, and the net lease and purchase of a 300,000-square-foot facility in Morris County, N.J.
Kanian earned a bachelor of arts degree in 1976 from Fordham University and a juris doctor from Fordham University School of Law in 1983. He currently lives in Nanuet with his wife Louise and their three children, Mark, Christopher and Eric.
Simon Buckley has been named director of international operations at Cushman & Wakefield Inc. He has relocated from London to the firm's world headquarters in New York City.
In his new position, Buckley will advise and counsel Cushman & Wakefield's European clients with operations in the U.S. regarding their real estate plans and strategies. He will work closely with the firm's U.S. brokers serving clients from Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and other parts of the world.
Prior to his promotion, Buckley was a partner at Healey & Baker, Cushman & Wakefield's arm in Europe. He concentrated on industrial brokerage, property management, development/site acquisition, and construction management.
Buckley is a member and a fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He holds a degree in real estate from Southampton University in Southampton, England.
W.P. Carey & Co. announced the appointment of three second vice presidents.
Charles P. Daniels joined the company as an associate in 1998 and was elected assistant treasurer in 1999. Currently his responsibilities include capital markets, institutional marketing, and new product development. In addition to receiving a B.A. in history from the University of Virginia, he completed a degree from the university's McIntyre Business Institute, where he concentrated in finance, marketing and management.
Benjamin P. Harris joined the firm in June 1998 as an analyst and was promoted to the position of acquisitions associate in March 1999. Harris received his B.S. in economics in June 1998 from the University of Kings College in Canada where he concentrated in finance.
Andrew H. Barnes joined W.P. Carey in 1998 as an associate in the firm's investor relations department. In 1999, he was elected assistant treasurer and was appointed assistant to the chairman where he worked on strategic development. In 2000, he was appointed director of corporate communications.
Barnes holds a B.A. in mass communications from the University of California at Berkeley.
Ellen F. Antonucci has been named marketing director of the Bristal at East Meadow, a new assisted living community scheduled to open later this year at the corner of Hempstead Turnpike and Merrick Avenue in East Meadow, Long Island.
Prior to joining the Bristal, Antonucci served as sales and marketing director for the Meadows at Mitchell Field, a 438-home adult community also located in East Meadow.
Antonucci has more than 12 years of experience in marketing single- and multi-family projects, including sales campaigns for projects in New York and New Jersey such as Stonington in Port Jefferson, Tower Hill in Elizabeth, N.J., Pratt Oval Estates in Glen Cove, Oceanside Cove in Oceanside, and Baldwin Estates in Baldwin.
A resident of Glen Cove, Antonucci is a graduate of Union College in Schenectady with a B.A. in economics.
David Lorenzo, ExecuStay by Marriott's vice president, announced the appointment of Andrea McPherson to director of sales for the New York metropolitan region. McPherson will be based in ExecuStay's Manhattan office and will report directly to Lorenzo.
As director of sales, McPherson will be responsible for business development in the New York City region, including Manhattan, Westchester County, Long Island, Connecticut, and New Jersey.
McPherson has a background in both sales and real estate. Most recently, she was a master trainer at Executive Training Unlimited, Inc. where she taught sales training techniques. From 1995 to 1998 she was director of sales for Century 21 Future Homes Realty, Inc. In this capacity McPherson hired, trained, managed, and retained a team of 52 independent sales consultants.
McPherson earned a B.A. in marketing from Boston University.
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|Date:||Nov 29, 2000|
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