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 acquisition and deepen existing customer relationships across the market, according to a news release. He replaces Tim DiGiulio, who moved on to develop and lead a sustainable finance advisory team.
Kleinman brings 15 years of experience in
as it has closed or has in contract more than $800 million of property investments through early November, while it’s targeting some $1 billion of new acquisitions in 2023.
Hazinski most recently was a senior vice president and director of investments at Retail Properties of America Inc., where he executed on more than $4 billion in closed transactions encompassing acquisitions, dispositions, debt financing and joint venture equity.
“We are thrilled to have Mike on board,” said Feldman, who will work closely with Hazinski as he transitions into his new role. “It was immediately apparent to everyone involved in the
interview process that he has the credentials and connections to take the company to a new level on the acquisition side. I am confident our team is in strong and capable hands.”
Hazinski is also a former asset manager for a portfolio of closed- end funds invested in retail and multifamily assets, the news release said. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a bachelor’s from the University of Dayton.
“I am excited to join one of the most active retail acquisition platforms in the country,” Hazinski said. “I look forward to working with our dynamic acquisitions team to execute our
growth strategy.”
Feldman joined FNRP in 2020, the firm said, touting his role in its evolution and rapid growth in the commercial real estate
sector. In his
new post, he
will focus
on strategic
initiatives that
include creating
an Institutional
Equity Program
for FNRP and developing educational content for investors, along with the implementation of other key initiatives to support the company’s future growth. RE
Adam Kleinman
years at Wells Fargo, he has brought new clients spanning the commercial and industrial and investor real estate sectors, having also served as a relationship manager in Wells Fargo’s northern New Jersey office and a strategist on the bank’s commercial strategies team.
First National Realty Partners has named a new executive chairman and chief investment officer after a promotion and a new hire on its Red Bank-based team.
The real estate investment firm said industry veteran Michael Hazinski is filling the CIO role after it elevated Jared Feldman, who formerly held that position,
to executive chairman. The appointments support what the company says
is its continued
growth as it
increases its
market share of
grocery-anchored and necessity-based, open-air shopping centers nationwide.
“Recruiting top talent and rewarding outstanding performance is critical
to our success as we expand FNRP’s portfolio and geographic reach,” said Christopher Palermo, co-founder
and co-chairman. “Mike and Jared exemplify the caliber of professionals who possess the expertise and the dedication necessary to help us move our company forward.”
In a news release, FNRP said Hazinski will leverage his more
than 19 years of retail real estate investment experience to design and implement strategies to grow the firm’s portfolio. His arrival comes
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  commercial banking to his new position, including roles at JPMorgan Chase and Credit Suisse, the news release said. During nine
Jared Feldman
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