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 expertise and advisory services to retail and mixed-use property owners, developers and tenants.
RIPCO also noted that Winters has completed hundreds of lease and sale transactions with clients such as ARC Trust, Prism Capital Partners, Invesco, Kimco, Costco, Carmax, Walmart, Home Depot, Target and more.
“I couldn’t ask for a better partner than Mike, and we are tremendously privileged and excited about our new journey with RIPCO, a first- class retail real estate organization,” Winters said.
Horne, for his part is also a former member of Fameco’s leadership team
Miller, Morgan Brechman and Alex Morgan
as associates
focused on
TM 27 of commercial real estate leaders,”
said Michael Staskiewicz, senior managing director, leadership coach and business strategist, “and we
are thrilled to welcome our new hires who will bolster our diverse
  announced a flurry of new hires aimed
at bringing young talent
to its capital markets, leasing and operations teams in New Jersey.
development for
its multifamily
advisory group.
Also joining the
capital markets
team are
financial analysts Jean-Pierre Hohl, Maia Sirabian and Bill Baunach, who recently transitioned from Cushman’s valuation and advisory practice group, while Emily Doyle joins the team as a graphic designer.
“Cushman & Wakefield is heavily invested in the future generation
and thriving workforce with new perspectives, creativity
and problem- solving skills, empowering us to continue to best serve our
   Morgan Brechman
   in New Jersey, having joined that firm in 2003. He has spent more than 35 years in retail real estate, with experience in site selection, market analysis,
The real estate services firm in mid-December detailed 17 recent additions, including Samantha
New additions to the leasing teams include Jeff Volpi as director, Morgan
Samantha Miller
Alex Morgan
  Michael Horne
site development and dispositions.
He has represented and completed transactions for clients such as Staples, Barnes & Nobles, LA Fitness, Walmart, Texas Roadhouse, Carmax and Panera Bread, RIPCO said, as well as property owners including Simon Property Group, Getty Realty Trust, Kin Properties, ARC Trust, MCB Real Estate and Stavola Realty.
“Steven and I have complementary skillsets which has allowed our partnership to flourish, and we expect that success to accelerate using the RIPCO platform,” Horne said.
RIPCO added that Winters and Horne were involved in the development and lease-up of the well-known Teterboro Landing redevelopment, which brought a host of national retailers
to a stretch of Route 46. They also worked on Eatontown Plaza along routes 36 and 35 in Monmouth County, representing ARCTRUST in the lease-up.
“These two individuals are strong additions to our New Jersey team, and we are confident that they will be successful leaders in landlord, tenant and developer representation,” said Michael Fasano, managing partner of RIPCO. “Steven and Michael’s strong experience in the retail and shopping center industry will help to increase RIPCO’s presence across New Jersey as well as provide younger members of our team with valuable role models to learn from.”

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