Signature Acquisitions is headquartered at 20 Commerce Drive in Cranford
By Joshua Burd
Signature Acquisitions has hired a veteran leasing executive to help bring new tenants to its growing New Jersey office portfolio.
The firm, which is based in Cranford, said Sandy Monaghan has joined its team as senior vice president and director of leasing. He brings more than three decades of experience in leasing, asset management and capital markets and will work closely with the company’s CEO, Abe Brach, to develop leasing programs and build tenant and broker relationships.
“Sandy Monaghan is a well-known industry veteran who brings a significant level of experience to our organization, which we will leverage with our top-tier brokerage and property management teams to create forward-thinking leasing and asset management strategies to continue to drive the success of our portfolio,” Brach said.
Monaghan most recently was executive vice president of leasing at Shelbourne Global Solutions in Brooklyn, where he directed the leasing and predevelopment work for over 2 million square feet of office and industrial assets in northern New Jersey, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Signature also touted his role in acquiring, leasing and managing office buildings within the region for companies such as Edison Properties JP Morgan and Archon Group.
“I’m excited to have recently joined the Signature Acquisitions team,” Monaghan said. “With a range of building styles, designs and on-site amenities, Signature Acquisitions is well positioned to take advantage of evolving work styles, as employees return to the office and companies address changing modes of work, such as remote work and the desire for shorter commutes.
“Signature Acquisitions’ laser-like focus on creating value and delivering a superior tenant experience provides me with a fantastic opportunity to leverage my expertise and diverse industry experience to help grow and add value across the portfolio, which includes properties in strategic New Jersey submarkets including Cranford, Clark, Parsippany, Basking Ridge and Bridgewater.”