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Larken Associates has promoted Jillian Dorell to director of design, touting her role in several of the commercial real estate firm’s recent development projects.
In announcing the promotion, the company said Dorell joined its Branchburg-based team in 2015 and quickly established herself as a rising star in the construction and design industry. Working closely with Larken Associates’ development, marketing and leasing teams, she has been integral to many of its residential and commercial design work,
from tenant build-outs to new construction such as the firm’s new 198-unit multifamily project in Lopatcong.
“It has been extremely rewarding to see Jillian’s growth during her time at Larken
said David
Gardner, the
firm’s CEO
and president.
“Jillian has been
an invaluable
member of our
team since 2015, leveraging her keen eye for detail and her commitment to constantly learning to contribute significantly to our success. We applaud her for her tremendous efforts and are excited to see what the future holds for her.”
Larken said Dorell’s attention to detail and creativity was highlighted by her recent success in managing the design of Autumn Ridge, the Lopatcong property. The project earned the prestigious Community of the Year and Best Home in a Rental Community Awards from the New Jersey Builders Association,
as well as several other accolades throughout 2022.
As director of design, Dorell
will lead the creation of a company-wide aesthetic and design standard across Larken Associates’ commercial and residential portfolio, according to a news release. In addition, she’ll continue to build relationships with manufacturers and outside professionals to expand the firm’s design capabilities and resources,
while she will research new trends in design as well as materials and technologies for use across its existing and planned commercial and residential properties.
“When I joined Larken Associates,
I was immediately impressed
by the company’s unwavering commitment to excellence in both their commercial and residential properties,” Dorell said. “As someone who holds themselves to equally high standards, I take great pride in the trust they have placed in me to help the company continue to improve our processes and
raise the bar for what our tenants and residents can expect at every Larken Associates property.”
Studio 1200 has promoted Siro Prisco Tarquinio, the head of its residential and mixed-use teams, to the role
of principal, the Short Hills-based architecture and interior design firm announced.
The practice said Tarquinio now joins its leadership ranks alongside Sandee Markwith and Nancy Dougherty. In announcing the move, they noted that his experience spans large- and small-scale single-family residential projects throughout the area, as
well as mixed-use and multifamily buildings in multiple downtown communities.
“Prisco embodies the mission of Studio 1200: passion for design and dedication to
client service,” Markwith said.
Tarquinio and
his team are
developing sites
in Bernardsville,
Madison, Millburn and Summit, according to a news release. He has a client base that stretches from the Hamptons to the Jersey Shore.
“Prisco exemplifies the collaborative spirit and creative problem solving that drives Studio 1200,” Dougherty said. “We are enormously proud to have him join our leadership team.”
Tarquinio, who grew up in Italy surrounded by historic architecture,
holds a master’s in architecture from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and a bachelor’s in economics from Rutgers University.
Pierson Commercial has hired Anayah Goswami to join its Marlboro- based team of retail brokers.
Goswami, a Monmouth County resident, comes the firm from Coldwell Banker Realty’s Manalapan office. In that role, she focused on commercial real estate leasing and sales transactions.
“Anayah is a wonderful addition to our brokerage
industry-data resources,” Goswami said. “This is an exciting time in the retail sector, which has successfully reinvented itself post-pandemic and I look forward to helping my clients grow throughout the state.”
Newmark Associates has announced three recent additions to its Morris County-based team of commercial real estate brokers.
According to the firm, which is based in the Cedar
     Jillian Dorell
president of Pierson Commercial. “In addition to offering our clients high- energy enthusiasm, combined with an understanding of deal structures, she will play a key role in the advancement of our clients’ growth strategies — and our own presence — throughout New Jersey.”
Established in 2011, Pierson Commercial is a retail-focused commercial real estate brokerage
and advisory firm providing a full range of acquisition, disposition and leasing services. Its clients range from institutional property holders and multifaceted real estate developers to some two dozen regional and national retailers with growth strategies in New Jersey.
The company also has an office
in New York City, while its overall retail leasing and property marketing assignments span more than 7 million square feet across major downtown redevelopments, ground-up new construction and existing retail shopping centers.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the team at Pierson Commercial, where deploying creativity beyond the usual, traditional or conventional is encouraged while tapping into the firm’s extensive human-capital and
Anayah Goswami
with experience analyzing private real estate investments, launching private real estate equity and debt funds and managing communications and investor services initiatives.
She began her real estate career in 2013 as an investment analyst for PGIM Real Estate, analyzing private real estate investments across multiple property types on behalf
of institutional investors, before transitioning to investor relations and product development work for private real estate funds both at PGIM Real Estate and later at Amherst Capital Management.
“Jenna brings a keen understanding of real estate fundamentals paired with business development and project management expertise,” Newmark Associates wrote in its announcement.
In addition to her work at the firm, Glick acts as chief operating officer of CRESDA, the Commercial Real Estate Supplier Diversity Alliance, working with Newmark Associates Founder Susanne Newmark and Chief Operating Officer Nancy Glick, according to
a news release. CRESDA provides Fortune 500 companies access to highly vetted and certified diverse suppliers
of commercial real estate brokerage services across the country.
Jenna Glick holds a bachelor’s in economics with a minor in music
team at Pierson Commercial, where we welcome her experience
and client relationships,” said Jason Pierson,
Jenna Glick
Knolls section of Hanover, Jenna Glick joins its ranks from a background in institutional
real estate investment management,
  Siro Prisco Tarquinio

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