Monday Properties president exiting

New York /
Jan.January 29, 2014 10:30 AM

Brian Robin, president and chief operating officer of Midtown-based Monday Properties, is leaving his post at the end of the month.

Robin had been in charge of the firm’s property management, leasing, marketing, development and corporate operations. Timothy Helmig, who currently serves as executive vice president and chief development officer, will rise to the COO role and replace Robin. 

CEO Anthony Westreich told GlobeSt did not know Robin’s plans or why he opted to leave. Robin will stay with the company in an advisory role until another president is named.

Before he was hired at Monday in 2003, Robin was a senior director at Tishman Speyer. There, he oversaw property sales and asset strategies.

Monday Properties and the Rockpoint Group jointly sold their 756,000-square-foot office tower at 1440 Broadway to American Realty Capital’s New York Recovery REIT for $528.6 million last fall, as The Real Deal reported. [GlobeSt]Mark Maurer


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