Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 08, 2014
Global commercial real estate services firm Studley continues to expand in Washington, DC with four new hires.
Rob Kulik joins Studley as a Managing Director, where he will continue to provide real estate advisory and financial modeling services to some of the country’s most prestigious law firms, corporations, not-for-profit organizations and trade associations. Previously an associate broker with Cushman & Wakefield, Kulik’s transactional tax law and consulting experience with Ernst & Young offers tenants a unique perspective when addressing their real estate needs. Kulik joins Scott Hoffman, who returned to Studley in February 2014.
Brittany Kalkstein comes to Studley as an Assistant Director to work alongside Hoffman and Kulik, where she will be responsible for new business development, strategic planning and financial modeling. Previously with Cushman & Wakefield, Kalkstein has worked with the region’s top companies and organizations.
Mordecai Scott joins Studley as an Associate, where he will support a team dedicated to assisting local and national clients enhance their business objectives through creative real estate solutions. Scott was previously the College and Career Readiness Specialist for Communities in Schools, a national drop-out prevention agency. Prior to that, he was as an English Teacher in Xuzhou, China.
Melony Davis also comes to Studley as an Associate, providing market research and lease abstractions as well as managing the real estate needs of current and prospective clients. Prior to Studley, Davis was a Senior Marketing Associate at The Advisory Board Company in Washington, DC.
“We are pleased to welcome Rob, Brittany, Mordecai and Melony to Studley. Their individual skill sets and unique experiences are sure to add value to our growing team of talented real estate professionals,” said Vice Chairman and Co-Regional Manager, Lois Zambo.
Headquartered in New York City, Studley has two local offices in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Its D.C. regional offices are consistently voted one of the "Best Place to Work" by the Washington Business Journal.