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   and landlords strengthens our team and makes him a tremendous asset to our clients and their properties we serve.”
Newmark Associates has promoted both Helene Elbaum and Nancy Tuckman to executive vice president as part of an expansion of its business development team and ongoing growth in lease and sales transactions.
Elbaum, a third-generation real estate professional, earns the promotion after
she received
Award in 2019
and 2020,
along with top
rankings in
retail leases
and sales. A
graduate of Drew University, she oversaw the operations and property management at the Cedar Knolls- based firm when she joined the company in 2002 before moving to the sales team.
Elbaum subsequently earned promotions to senior sales associate and then vice president, according to a news release. In addition to her role at Newmark, she serves as vice chair of the Randolph Township Economic Development Committee, assisting businesses in establishing successful enterprises within the community.
“Helene brings years of in-depth
real estate knowledge and of the commercial real estate market to every transaction she pursues,” said Susanne Newmark, the firm’s CEO and president. “Her business acumen and ability to creatively solve problems has been an asset to our organization and the key to success in representing our clients.”
Tuckman has earned the new title as she marks 12 years with the firm. The
of global accounts for large, multinational corporations for more than 16 years, priming her for an additional role as a mentor to new sales associates at Newmark.
Tuckman received this year’s Professional Development
Award from the firm and its Unreasonableness and Velocity Awards in 2019, the news release said. As a community volunteer,
she formed a committee at her synagogue to support people through difficult life transitions.
Chief Operating Officer Nancy Glick cited Tuckman’s “tenacity, velocity and problem-solving and closing skills” as paramount to her advancement with the company. Newmark, meantime, added that “Nancy’s ability to assess and
solve potential issues — part of
her expertise and dedication to each client she represents — have resulted in extraordinary results for our clients.”
JLL has hired Chris Henderson as an executive vice president on its southern New Jersey office leasing team.
Based in the firm’s Cherry Hill office, Henderson is responsible
for overseeing the growth and expansion of its agency leasing and tenant representation services in South Jersey. He comes to JLL after seven years at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, where he most recently was a principal and vice president.
“I look forward to this next chapter with JLL,” Henderson said. “The Cherry Hill team is strong, and I’m excited to accelerate their already outstanding work and expertise in the market.”
In announcing the new hire, JLL said Henderson has completed nearly 200 sale and lease transactions totaling more than
1 million square feet. He has generated more than $100 million dollars in total real estate sales, the firm said, noting that he excelled in the retail and flex asset industries while at WCRE.
Henderson earned a bachelor of applied science in marketing and international studies from Rowan University, according to a news release. He also played professional
baseball in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ system from 2009 through 2013.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Chris
to the Cherry Hill team,” JLL Chief Operating Officer Tony Juliano said. “His deep market knowledge, hustle and ability to foster relationships with clients makes him the ideal team member.”
Spencer Savings Bank has named Ryan Peene its new senior vice president and director of market growth and development.
In the new role, Peene will lead and execute
REALESTATENJTM 27 “We are pleased to welcome Ryan
to the Spencer team,” said George Celentano, senior vice president and head of retail banking at Spencer. “His relationships and experience
in the government and commercial banking arenas complement the bank’s existing growth strategies and will position us for continued success. In addition to this, he is deeply committed to giving back
to the communities he serves and has spent time on numerous boards of business and community-based organizations. He is going to make a great addition to the Spencer team.”
Prior to SB One, Peene worked as a consultant at MBI GluckShaw Public Affairs, one of New Jersey’s largest public affairs firms. He is a recent
40 Under 40 honoree by NJBIZ and is currently a director with Greater Bergen Community Action, while also serving on the Rutgers Business School Center for Real Estate’s Emerging Leaders board.
In addition, Peene is an honorary member of the Hudson County Chiefs of Police Association, a former commissioner and vice chairman of the Hoboken planning board and former member of the
at SB One Bank.
     Helene Elbaum
strategic growth strategies for the Elmwood Park-based lender. He brings more than a decade of banking and public affairs
Ryan Peene
experience, most recently serving as senior vice president of government banking and corporate development
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                         Nancy Tuckman
of Maryland graduate boasts a strong sales history in the information technology
sector, where she was a director

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