By Joshua Burd
Wolf Commercial Real Estate has bolstered its team with the addition of a veteran broker, as it looks to continue its growth in New Jersey nearly a decade after its founding.
Evan Zweben, who joins the Marlton-based firm as an executive vice president, comes to the position after more than 17 years with Colliers International. He will now help lead WCRE’s ongoing expansion efforts, which has included the recent hiring of several brokers and increasing its activity in southern New Jersey and southeastern Pennsylvania.
“Adding Evan to our evolving team is going to provide a huge boost for both our current and future plans,” said Jason Wolf, WCRE’s managing principal. “His vast industry experience and knowledge of the southern New Jersey real estate market is a perfect match for WCRE, and we could not be happier to have Evan join our team.”
He added: “Evan’s guidance and leadership skills will play a key role in managing our regional growth, meeting our client expectations and recruiting new talent, especially as our CORFAC International alliance continues to open up new business opportunities throughout the region,”
As a senior managing director with Colliers, Zweben was a member of the firm’s national health care platform and a successful agency broker, according to a news release. His move to WCRE follows the firm’s recent addition of Todd Monahan, an executive vice president and managing director, who is also tasked with growing the firm’s reach.
“It has been impossible to miss what Jason and WCRE have accomplished over the past 10 years,” Zweben said. “From a top-notch unique marketing platform to a best-in-class social (and) community initiative, I could not be more excited to join WCRE and help be a part of what their team is accomplishing and where they are heading.”
In its announcement, WCRE noted that Zweben is on the board of the Cherry Hill Atlantic Little League, where he has coached his son for the past five years. He is also a vice president on the board of the Katz JCC, serving as the chairperson of the JCC Camps at Medford.
Zweben graduated from Towson University with a degree in economics, the news release said. He lives in Cherry Hill with his wife and two children.