Movers & Shakers: RelatedISG taps new director of sales at the W Fort Lauderdale … & more

Hires and promotions also at Cushman, Coldwell Banker, BBX

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Jun.June 26, 2017 11:30 AM

RelatedISG tapped Rebecca Batterman to lead sales at The Residences at W Fort Lauderdale.

Batterman is director of sales of the W, which is about 50 percent sold, according to a spokesperson. The Related Companies is wrapping up a $60 million renovation of the project. The New York-based developer bought the building in 2014 for $90 million from the original developer, the Y Group. Meyer Davis Studio handled the redesign.

Batterman’s experience includes being part of the Related Group’s sales team for Casa Costa, a condo project in Boynton Beach.

Cushman & Wakefield hired Christina Stine as an associate broker, joining the brokerage’s Broward County office team led by Jeff Holding and A.J. Belt. Stine was previously a clerk at Lochrie & Chakas, P.A.

Cushman also hired Ben Sarason as an associate broker on its Miami office team led by Tony Jones and Ryan Levy. He was previously a business development manager at KW Property Management.

Raul Ramirez joined Lloyd Jones Capital as chief financial officer. His experience includes working for PricewaterhouseCoopers, Toll Brothers, WCI Communities and Morgan Stanley Smith Barney/Citigroup.

Doral-based InvesTeam Realty hired Gilda L. Munoz as vice president of career development. In the past, she led recruitment and retention for companies like Real Estate Sales Force and Re/Max Advance Realty.

David Fellows left John Moriarty & Associates, where he was vice president, to join Moss & Associates as executive vice president. Fellows will oversee preconstruction projects on a national level, including pre-planning, design management and contract negotiations.

BBX Capital Real Estate brought on David Canfield as managing director of its multifamily development. He was most recently vice president of development at Lennar Multifamily Communities.

The Astor Companies and One Sotheby’s International Realty announced their sales team for Merrick Manor, a luxury condo project in Coral Gables. Ivan Ramirez, regional vice president of sales, and Neybis Sanchez, director of sales, will be joined by Lis Benitez, Arianna Coltellacci, Enrique del Campo and Fernando Ibanez.

Greython Construction hired Tony Echeandia to lead its newly opened Miami office.

NAI/Merin Hunter Codman brought on Eliot H. Goldstein as a commercial associate. Goldstein has two years of commercial real estate experience, and before that was with Lockheed Martin for eight years as an engineer.

Coldwell Banker hired a slew of new agents. In its Las Olas office, Silvia Schencker and Bojan Obradovic joined as affiliated sales associates. Alejandro Jimenez joined the Boca Central office, Linda Barrocas-Meyer the Jeri Jenkins Group in Miami Beach, Larry Kahn and Gene Lastorino joined the Delray Beach office, and Nini J. Vasquez in Aventura.


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