Colliers International’s newly expanded office at 10 Woodbridge Center Drive in Woodbridge — Courtesy: Colliers
By Joshua Burd
Colliers International has announced four new hires across its New Jersey brokerage team, including senior leaders at each of its three offices in the state.
The new additions include David Zwang, who joins the firm’s Parsippany office as an executive managing director and brings more than 35 years of experience. He has contributed to $5 billion in combined transactions, Colliers said, adding that he has managed complex real estate deals globally and domestically for Fortune 500 clients such as Delta Airlines, CBS Broadcasting and many others.
Meantime, Stuart Lipper joins the company as a senior managing director in its Princeton office, according to a news release. Previously a vice president with JLL, he will focus on office tenant and landlord representation, bringing extensive experience in leasing, real estate operations and site acquisition and selection.
Colliers has also added Julie Christiano as director, brokerage services, in its Woodbridge office, noting that she brings 25 years of industry experience and has completed more than 7 million square feet of transaction volume for owners and tenants. She has also successfully repositioned notable properties and worked with companies such as Allianz Real Estate of America LLC, having most recently worked at Empire State Realty Trust.
“Woodbridge, Princeton and Parsippany are key markets in New Jersey and adding professionals with the pedigrees of David, Stuart and Julie is a major victory for the firm,” said Colliers Executive Managing Director Dennis Waggner, the firm’s New Jersey market leader. “Their expertise across landlord, owner and tenant representation are invaluable additions to Colliers and we look forward to leaning on them to help us win new business in the region in 2021 and beyond.”
Additionally, Colliers has hired Conor Ryan as associate broker. He will be based in the Woodbridge office and will focus on new business generation in New Jersey’s northern markets.