Howard Hughes appoints board member, Newmark promotes capital markets veteran, Marcus & Millichap hires chief financial officer



A national developer, manager and owner of commercial, residential, mixed-use and planned real estate has added a licensed architect with over 20 years of commercial real estate experience to its Board of Directors.

The Howard Hughes Corp. named Linda Foggie as a director, with immediate effect.

Foggie is Managing Director and Global Head of Real Estate Operations for Citi Realty Services in New York, where she oversees operations for Citi’s occupied real estate portfolio spanning 90 countries and also manages design, construction, facilities management, sustainability and operational governance for its data centers and workplaces.

Prior to joining Citi, Foggie served as Executive Vice President at Turner & Townsend, where she specialized in managing complex construction, engineering and real estate projects across its global portfolio, served on its board of Directors and led numerous diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives across the company. . Before that, she worked in national design and construction at Wells Fargo.

“Linda’s experience in creating spaces that define and deliver the best customer experience, along with her focus on the future of work – both the physical environment and the human experience – will help propel HHC as that we’re building the communities where people want to work and live,” Howard Hughes CEO David R. O’Reilly said in a statement announcing the move.

Foggie also serves on the board of Commercial Real Estate Women New York, ACE Mentors and Non-traditional Employment for Women and previously served on the boards of the YMCA of Greater New York and the Boy Scouts of America. She is a graduate of the School of Architecture at the University of Philadelphia and holds a graduate certificate in real estate development from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a candidate for the Masters of Business Administration at Columbia University. .


Matt Berres

Matt Berresa member of Newmark’s net-lease capital markets group in Irvine, Calif., was promoted to vice president.

Berres has over 15 years of experience in executing sole proprietorship and net rental real estate transactions in the retail, industrial, medical and office sectors.

Net-lease properties, where the tenant is responsible for paying property taxes, insurance and maintenance, are often more attractive to investors because they can reduce ownership costs.

Throughout his career, Berres has completed more than 500 sale transactions valued at more than $4.5 billion on behalf of pension fund advisors, real estate investment trusts, developers, family offices, 1031 stock market participants and private, wealthy and foreign investors. His notable transactions include fully leased properties at Walgreens, Kroger, Topgolf, Target, Home Depot, Walmart, FedEx, Amazon, Fresenius Medical and DaVita Dialysis.


Marc Sznajderman

Marc Sznajderman joined Marcus & Millichap Capital Corp. as senior vice president.

In his new role, Sznajderman will oversee capital markets funding services in the eastern United States.

Sznajderman has over 20 years of experience in capital markets financing and has closed over $20 billion in real estate deals throughout his career. He most recently served as Senior Managing Director at Ackman-Ziff, where he advised public REITs, private equity funds and individual owners on debt and equity raises and other market engagements. capital. Prior to that, he was co-founder and managing partner at RM Capital Management.


Jody House

CBRE has hired a retail veteran Jody House as senior vice president of the Kansas City, Missouri office.

In his new role, House will focus on landlord representation and project leasing for shopping centers and mixed-use developments in the Kansas City metro area.

House brings over 36 years of local and national commercial real estate experience, most recently as Vice President of Leasing at Butler Enterprises, where she leased various high-profile commercial developments. Previously, she was Head of Leasing at CBL & Associates Properties and Director of Leasing at Highwoods Properties. House has also overseen and executed leasing and merchandising efforts for various Midwest and East Coast development companies, investors and retailers.


Marc Dickinson

Marc Dickinson is back at real estate investment management company Lendlease as managing director of development for its Americas region.

In his new role, Dickinson will oversee the existing development management team in the hub cities of New York, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco and Los Angeles. He is based in the company’s New York office and reports directly to Denis HickeyChief Operating Officer and CEO of Lendlease Americas.

Dickinson is a 20 year veteran in the development and construction industries in Europe and Australia. From 2010 to 2013, Dickinson worked with Lendlease as General Manager of Development for its Europe, Middle East and Asia region, where he oversaw the development and construction of several projects. Since then, Dickinson has led multi-family asset development and property management with several businesses in the UK, including Anthology, Pegasus, LifeStory and Chair, in addition to serving as non-executive director of Peabody’s Town & Country Housing.


Dawn Riegel

International design firm Ware Malcomb promoted Dawn Riegel director at the company’s office in Oak Brook, Illinois.

In his new role, Riegel will oversee the growth and management of the company’s interior architecture and design studios in greater Chicagoland and manage select interiors projects in the Midwest. She is also a member of Ware Malcomb’s National Interiors Advisory Group.

Riegel brings over 20 years of interior architecture and design experience in the work, corporate, retail, healthcare, industrial, public and education sectors. . She joined Ware Malcomb in 2010 and since then has built an interiors practice with a diverse portfolio of property projects while contributing to numerous company-wide initiatives and mentoring several team members. and emerging leaders.


Zac Vuncannon

Commercial Foundry has hired Zac Vuncannon as a lead deal with its development and investment team in Raleigh, North Carolina.

In his new role, Vuncannon will partner with colleagues to identify and execute investment opportunities in the Triangle region and the Carolinas. Foundry’s development and investment platform, focused on the US Sunbelt, is on track to deliver over 16 million square feet of new development valued at $2.6 billion over the next 12 months.

Vuncannon brings nearly 20 years of experience in real estate development, acquisitions and capital markets in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions, having held institutional and sponsor-led roles in multiple classes of companies. ‘assets.


Monika Chappell, left, and Nikki Chappell

The well-established commercial real estate team of Monika Chappell and Nikki Chappell joined NAI Realvest in Orlando, Florida.

Monika Chappell joins the company as senior vice president with her industrial team. She has worked in commercial real estate for over 30 years and focuses on representing local, regional and national flexible and industrial tenants, landlords and buyers.

Nikki Chappell will act as an industrial associate, assisting with the rental, sale and disposition of real estate properties in the area.


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