Former MHP exec David Greene joins
LSL Advisors

He will become a principal at the boutique brokerage

New York /
Mar.March 29, 2019 11:30 AM

David Greene

David Greene, the former head of brokerage at MHP Real Estate Services, is joining a boutique leasing and investment sales firm.

He will serve as a principal at LSL Advisors, which was founded by Daniel Lolai in 2014, Commercial Observer reported.

Greene told CO he “preferred a boutique rather than a big company.” He has been working with LSL Advisors since last year, but officially joined in January.

Previously, Greene spent two decades at MHP, but in February, 2018 MHP’s president and CEO, Norman Sturner, said the firm had “cut the ties” with Greene. Sturner’s son David later said the decision was more of a “mutual decision.”

During Greene’s tenure at MHP, he grew the salesforce to 40 brokers from 13.

In May, 2018, MHP downsized it office footprint and relocated the company’s headquarters after selling a majority stake to Miami-based Banyan Street Capital. [CO] — Decca Muldowney


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