Clockwise from left: Brett Incollingo, Stephen Graziano, Troy Skibitsky, Patrick Norris
By Joshua Burd
Colliers International Group Inc. has added four new professionals to its brokerage teams in Parsippany and Princeton, marking its continued expansion in New Jersey.
The new additions include Stephen Graziano, who is based in Parsippany and specializes in office tenant and landlord representation under the direction of Bryn Cinque and James Bailey, Colliers said in a news release. The Mendham resident previously learned about construction project management and performed property demolition and preconstruction preparation for Harrington Construction.
He also gained experience in direct marketing and business-to-business sales at Blumarc, a sales and marketing outsourcing company, the news release said. Graziano earned a bachelor’s degree in business economics from Providence College.
Brett Incollingo, a resident of Yardley, Pennsylvania, focuses on office tenant and landlord representation. Based in Princeton, he works closely with Executive Managing Director Thomas Romano.
Prior to joining Colliers, Brett worked for Credit Suisse as a business analyst and interned at Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corp., the news release said. He graduated with honors from Stevens Institute of Technology, earning a bachelor’s degree in business and technology.
The new hires also include Patrick Norris, who also specializes in office tenant and landlord representation under the direction of Romano, Colliers said. The Cherry Hill resident previously interned for Stoltz Real Estate Partners, KW Commercial and The O’Donnell Group.
He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers and earned a bachelor of business administration degree in real estate from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business.
Troy Skibitsky, of Westfield, specializes in industrial tenant and landlord representation, working closely with Michael Markey and Jonathan Tesser in Colliers’ Princeton office, the news release said. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from The College of New Jersey School of Business.
“Colliers offers a terrific platform for motivated individuals like Stephen, Brett, Patrick and Troy,” David A. Simon, executive managing director and New Jersey market leader, said in a prepared statement. “Teaming with seasoned professionals is the key to their success and enables our associates to learn from experienced individuals while utilizing our resources. Together, this provides an essential foundation for someone new to the industry.”