Movers and shakers

Aug.August 01, 2015 07:00 AM
From left: Charles Russell and Steven Robinson

From left: Charles Russell and Steven Robinson

JLL brought aboard Steven Robinson as a vice president of retail brokerage. He will handle new business development, retail tenant representation and agency leasing services. He spent the prior 10 years at CBRE, where he was a vice president. Robinson has completed approximately 200,000 square feet in retail transactions and $500 million in investment sales during his career.

Charles Russell joined Warburg Realty as sales director for its 654 Madison office. He was previously manager of marketing and new business development at Stribling & Associates, and has also worked at Corcoran Sunshine and Douglas Elliman.

 Brown Harris Stevens promoted Gregory Zammit to senior vice president of management accounting, responsible for accounts receivable. Zammit joined the firm in 2011 from Afreshstart, a trading firm. BHS also hired Anthony Milstein as a vice president in the residential management division. Prior to joining BHS, Milstein was managing director and team leader at FirstService Residential New York, and previously worked at Andrews Building Corp.

SGW Properties tapped Neil Stern as vice president of corporate development. He was previously director of marketing for healthcare consultant Senior Planning Services.

Cher Chang, formerly a portfolio manager at KCC 236 Holdings, and Jianhao (Michael) Zeng, formerly of China Merchant’s Bank, joined Carlton Group’s equity placement team.

GFI Capital Resources Group hired Eyal Karni as vice president of accounting and compliance, a newly created position. He was previously managing director and global assistant corporate controller of accounting for Cushman and Wakefield’s New York corporate headquarters.

Leah Carr was promoted to managing director-property management at Margules Properties. The new responsibilities are in addition to her role as acquisitions manager for new investments. Edward Margules also joined the company, as a property manager acquisitions associate.

Angie Lee joined FXFOWLE Architects as a principal and design director for interiors.

Engel & Völkers hired the team of Jennifer Roberts and Randi Fisher, as the FisherRoberts Team, as sales advisors.… Stribling & Associates hired Eyal Zabari and his assistant Lissette Nolasco of the Zabari Team, and the brother-sister team of Zafir Uddin and Riyah Mahariya…. Compass brought on Scott Fava and Christine Barranca, both recently of Douglas Elliman.

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