...these professionals represent some of the very best talent throughout our company, as well as our industry.
PHOENIX, AZ (PRWEB) February 14, 2012
Cole Real Estate Investments (Cole), one of the nation’s leading investors in high-quality, income-producing retail, office and industrial real estate assets, has announced the internal promotion of several key real estate acquisitions and property management team members to both the senior vice president and vice president levels.
These promotions recognize the significant contributions each individual has made to the success of Cole and are reflective of the company’s commitment to build and maintain a strong and dynamic management team.
For the real estate acquisitions team, Cole announced the following promotions:
Scott Holmes to Senior Vice President, Acquisitions, Multi-Tenant Retail
Brian Garrigan to Vice President, Acquisitions, Single-Tenant Retail
Chad Adams to Vice President, Acquisitions, Single-Tenant Retail
Mark Manheimer to Vice President, Acquisitions, Retail Sale-Leaseback
For the property management team, Cole announced the following promotions:
David Collins to Senior Vice President, Multi-Tenant Property Management
Karen Halpert to Senior Vice President, Single-Tenant Retail
Christina Mayo to Vice President, Multi-Tenant Property Management
Bryan Frarey to Vice President, Construction Operations
“Cole is delighted to announce these well-deserved promotions from within our organization, as these professionals represent some of the very best talent throughout our company, as well as our industry,” noted Marc Nemer, CEO and President. “These individuals, as well as many others in our organization, have consistently and enthusiastically demonstrated their commitment to the company and our continued success.”
About Cole Real Estate Investments
Founded in 1979, Cole Real Estate Investments is one of the most active acquirers of core real estate assets, managing one of the country’s largest portfolios of retail properties. Cole primarily targets net-leased single-tenant and multi-tenant retail properties under long-term leases with high credit quality tenants, as well as single-tenant office and industrial properties, using a conservative investment and financing strategy. At the end of 2011, Cole-related entities owned and managed more than 1,600 assets representing approximately 59.6 million square feet of commercial real estate in 47 states with a combined acquisition cost of nearly $10 billion.