Movers and shakers

Jul.July 01, 2014 07:00 AM
From left: Andrew Mathias and Lina Viviano

From left: Andrew Mathias and Lina Viviano

SL Green Realty Corp. appointed Andrew Mathias, its company president, to the board of directors. Mathias joined SL Green in 1999 as vice president and served as chief investment officer from 2004 to 2011, adding the title of president in 2007. He previously worked at Capital Trust and its predecessor Victor Capital Group, as well as the high yield and restructuring desk at Bear Stearns.

Cassidy Turley named David Giancola the senior vice president of its New York City Capital Markets team. Giancola is responsible for investment sales and debt placement on commercial and multi-family properties. He formerly worked at West-River Capital. Previously, he was principal of G&G Sterling, and also worked at DTZ Rockwood and Heitman LLC.

Lennon Stravato was named vice president of private equity at HKS Capital Partners. Stravato previously served as managing director for Socal Capital and was senior asset manager for Blair International.

Lina Viviano was named director of professional development at Town Residential. She joined Town in 2011, and launched Town’s Neighborhood Certification Program. She is the founder of the historical tour and consulting company Gotham Walking Tours.

Also on the move

Paul Glickman and Peter Nicoletti were the two New Yorkers among 34 colleagues named international directors at JLL and LaSalle Investment Management… Christopher Matousek joined Eastern Consolidated as director for financial services… Richard Travaglini was named director of leasing at the Carlton Group… Veteran agent Keith Knight re-joined Citi Habitats as a licensed real estate salesperson and has assembled the Knight team… Stacey Curry joined Warburg Realty… Tony Oakley was named a licensed associate real estate broker at Halstead Property’s Harlem office… Joe Trovato joined Savanna as project cost accountant… Frank Chaney is now Of Counsel at Rosenberg & Estis P.C.

Announcements

The winners of the first Prodigy Design Lab crowdsourcing competition were Vianney Lacotte for private space design; Pierre Levesque for public space design; and Anton, Gley & Mari for digital experience… Robert J. Ivanhoe, chair of the Global Real Estate Practice at Greenberg Traurig, received the Einstein Humanitarian Award from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University.


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