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26 JANUARY 2023
JLL has announced three promotions and a recent hire on its Morristown- based capital markets team in New Jersey.
In her new role as an associate, Elizabeth
with HFF in 2018, having earned a bachelor’s in political science from Rider University.
Gutherz has more than four years of experience working in marketing and graphic design and nine years working in real estate.
The firm, meantime, recently hired Jessica Encalada
as a graphic
designer. She
tenants while also working on Greek’s own portfolio of industrial space.
Both Moser and Chick joined the firm in 2017 and have been instrumental in the delivery of its recent projects, including the 1.7 million-square-foot Target distribution center in Logan Township and a 735,000-square-
foot Samsung distribution center
in Linden, as well as several cold storage warehouses in the region for Lineage Logistics.
“Our design, build and project management expertise has been
a core component of our success
over the last 90 years,” said Matt Schlindwein, managing partner
of Greek Development. “Paul and Steve’s new roles represent our ability to attract and develop the industrial sector’s next generation of leaders, who will lead our efforts to be the trusted source for building industrial facilities across the region.
“We’re extremely excited for these roles to enable Greek to expand its third-party service options. Paul and Steve have quickly become integral to our design and construction services and we’re eager to see what they will continue to accomplish.”
In a news release, Greek said Moser started in the role of project manager before being promoted to project director in 2020. He previously was
a project manager for RC Andersen LLC and holds a bachelor’s in
civil engineering technology from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Chick, for his part, joined the firm as an assistant
manager before
advancing to
his most recent
position. He is
a former BIM
manager at
AmeriPOD and
received both
his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and his master’s in product architecture and engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.
Greek also announced the promotion of Jaime Brown and Matt Zangara
to project manager and John Bontz and Ken Deleo to senior construction superintendent. Additionally, the firm has welcomed four recent hires: Joe Baldwin as superintendent, Adam Swierski as assistant project manager, Jordin Jackson as project associate and Zac Silverstein as assistant project manager.
“We offer an excellent value
proposition to anyone looking to build a Class A industrial facility in New Jersey or Pennsylvania,” Moser said. “Not only can we compete
on price with any other general contractor, but we also bring the experience and expertise of a long- term owner and manager. That
can help owners better anticipate schedules and pricing for the
project, as well as ensure that while marketing and leasing the space, they have a contractor involved in the project that is capable of pricing and building a wide variety of interior fit- outs to suit the tenants needs.”
RIPCO Real Estate has added veteran retail brokers Steven Winters and Michael Horne as executive vice presidents, helping to bolster its team in the New Jersey market.
Both Winters and Horne join the firm after nearly a decade with CBRE, which they joined as part of the latter’s acquisition of Fameco Real Estate LP. The longtime partners will continue their focus on northern and central New Jersey, bringing more than three decades of commercial real estate experience to their new roles.
“At RIPCO, we are actively recruiting top talent to join our New Jersey team and both Steven and Mike
were at the top of our list,” company President Mark Kaplan said. “They bring expansive market knowledge and decades-long relationships, but more importantly, they’re fantastic people who fit right in with our existing team. We are confident that they will quickly get rolling in our Elmwood Park office and expand our presence throughout northern and central New Jersey.”
Winters joined Fameco in 2008, when he was part
   Elizabeth DeVesty
“Elizabeth has been a valuable part
of our team since 2010,” said Jose Cruz, a senior managing director and co-head of JLL’s New Jersey capital markets unit. “We’re so excited to
see her step into this next chapter as an integral member of our growing multi-housing investment sales team.”
The firm also said it has elevated Valerie Sanchez to
art director.
Previously a
senior graphic
designer, she
joined the
former HFF
team in 2015 and remained there after it was acquired by JLL, boasting more than 10 years of experience working in marketing and graphic design.
Sanchez holds a master’s in communication, new media and marketing, from Southern New Hampshire University, the firm said, adding that she has worked in the medical and performing arts fields doing social media marketing and design, while she has also worked as a freelance designer.
DeVesty focuses on multifamily investment sales advisory transactions, JLL said. She most recently served as the team’s art
worked as a
graphic designer
for a sportswear
company in
Edison, having
graduated from Adelphi University in 2020 with a bachelor’s in fine arts.
Sanchez, Gutherz and Encalada are part of the team that is responsible for all marketing materials and designs, from email marketing, deal presentations and deal offering packages, JLL said. The firm added that they work closely with the analysts and producers to create best- in-class marketing materials for their clients.
“We are so pleased to have a truly spectacular graphics team that produces an amazing work product but also provides guidance on multiple aspects of our business,” Cruz said. “Their experience and work ethic are greatly appreciated.”
Greek Development has announced several promotions and new hires in connection with its fast-growing, third-party construction and project management division.
The East Brunswick-based firm said it has promoted
Valerie Sanchez
Jessica Encalada
   Steven Chick
  Additionally, JLL’s suburban tristate capital markets group said it promoted Sydney Gutherz to senior graphic designer. The former graphic designer started
Paul Moser
to director of construction and Steven Chick to preconstruction director. In
their new roles, they will work together to
Steven Winters
of the team that opened the firm’s Woodbridge office. He also spent 17 years in the retail brokerage division of
 Sydney Gutherz
oversee a division that serves external warehouse owners, developers and
Paul Moser
The Schultz Organization, part of
his more than three decades of experience in landlord and tenant representation, investment and land sales, development layout and design

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