Woodmont Properties is headquartered at 100 Passaic Ave. in Fairfield
By Joshua Burd
Woodmont Properties has bolstered its leadership team with the addition of a well-known and longtime development executive in the region.
Andrew Marshall, formerly of Roseland Residential Trust, joins the Fairfield-based firm with 30 years of design, development and construction experience. In his new role as executive vice president, he will support Woodmont’s continued growth across the multifamily, luxury senior housing, industrial, office, retail, hospitality and recreation sectors.
“I’m excited to join Woodmont Properties, a company that has been highly regarded as one of the region’s pre-eminent real estate companies for decades, offering best-in-class redevelopment and ground-up construction projects across multiple sectors of the industry,” Marshall said. “Joining Woodmont’s distinguished executive team affords me the opportunity to work alongside esteemed leaders in the industry, as well as step into the next chapter of my career and bring my expertise to the entire Woodmont portfolio.”
Marshall most recently was president and chief operating officer of Roseland Residential Trust, the Mack-Cali Realty Corp. subsidiary and longtime luxury multifamily developer. His career includes 20 years in real estate development, including extensive experience with redevelopment processes, agreements, incentives, entitlements and approvals, with a special focus in northern New Jersey, New York, Washington D.C., and Boston.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Andrew, who is a true industry veteran and established expert in all aspects of real estate development, to the Woodmont Properties team,” said Lewis Zlotnick, president of Woodmont Properties. “As Woodmont continues to grow and expand geographically, we look forward to the contributions Andy will bring to the table including our ongoing initiatives spanning the Northeast, and our long-term goal to continue strategically expanding the Woodmont portfolio.”
During his nearly 17-year tenure at Roseland, Marshall was responsible for day-to-day operational enterprise as well as a portfolio of development projects across the Northeast, according to a news release. Notably, Marshall oversaw the $3 billion, multiphase redevelopment of 200 acres along the Hudson River in Weehawken and West New York, now home to a mix of residential, retail, dining, hospitality and recreation space within the landmark project known as Port Imperial.
Marshall is also a licensed architect who worked as such for 10 years before joining Roseland, the news release said. He is an active member of the Urban Land Institute of Northern New Jersey and the New Jersey Builders Association, while serving as a public officer of the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority.
Marshall earned his bachelor’s in architecture from the University of California, Berkeley, and holds a certificate in Finance for Executives from Wharton University of Pennsylvania.