This week's People of Note includes the following markets: Austin, Detroit, New York City, Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
Hayman Co. Names New EVP
By Miles Reliford
The Hayman Co. based in Troy, MI, appointed Thomas T. Schoenberger as its new executive vice president effective this month.
Schoenberger's new capacity at Hayman will involve providing leadership and supervision for the brokerage and property management units to continue to foster growth and development. The other company platforms he will oversee are construction, accounting and third-party property management.
Throughout his career, Schoenberger has worked in varied facets of commercial real estate ranging from leasing, acquisitions to tenant build-outs. Most recently, he was with Liberty Property Trust.
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OKLAHOMA CITY, TULSA
Cox Joins Stan Johnson Co.
By Christopher Toth
Jeff Cox joined Stan Johnson Co. as its chief operating officer. Cox will work with CEO Stan Johnson on the strategic direction of the firm and oversee its daily operations, including planning, marketing, finance, technology, human resources and administration.
Cox was previously at CBRE for the past 15 years, where he served as a senior account executive and regional operations director where he oversaw a 25 million-square-foot portfolio for clients including Visa and Google. He brings with him more than 25 years of commercial real estate experience.
Beginning in 2008 Stan Johnson has grown to a leading commercial brokerage firm, specializing in single-tenant, net-leased investment sales. In the past four years Stan Johnson has opened offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco, adding more than 27 brokers to its roster.
NEW YORK CITY
Keber To Head Hines New Office of Investments
By Lauren Hale
Chris Keber joined Hines as a senior managing director in the firm’s new office of investments in New York City. His global responsibilities will include institutional capital raising, structuring of commingled funds, programmatic joint ventures and separate accounts.
Prior to joining Hines, Keber was with Starwood Capital Group where he led the firm's capital raising and investor relations efforts. He also was in the real estate private funds group at Credit Suisse.
Keber holds a bachelor's degree from Georgetown University and received his MBA from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. He also holds his FINRA Series 7 and 63 licenses.
Griffin and ICORE Global Add New SVP, Partner
By Troy Madison
Griifin Partners and ICORE Global hired Richard Selke as a senior vice president and partner in Houston.
Selke has 40 years of commercial real estate experience as an attorney and executive. He has served clients as a developer, broker and asset manager in markets throughout the United States.
As a senior vice president at Griffin Partners, Selke will focus on tenant and corporate services.
LeBlanc and Stacy Launch CapRidge Partners in Austin
By CoStar Research
Steve LeBlanc, a former senior managing director of private markets for Teacher Retirement System (TRS), and Tom Stacy of T. Stacy & Associates have formed a new value office investment and management company based in Austin.
The new venture, CapRidge Partners LLC , will focus on acquiring and repositioning office properties in Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio.
The partners have secured an initial institutional commitment of $30 million of equity from an undisclosed public institutional investor. The new venture has its first acquisition under contract and expected to close within the next 45 days, with plans to pursue other acquisitions throughout the state.
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