Movers & Shakers: Avison Young taps SVP for Miami office & more

Engel & Völkers Florida hired Sean Schiefler to grow business statewide

Jan.January 29, 2018 11:30 AM

Rosendo Caveiro and Sean Schiefler (Credit: Avison Young and Engel & Völkers Florida, MaxPixel)

After 13 years, Rosendo Caveiro jumped from Cushman & Wakefield to Avison Young. Caveiro, a former senior director of capital markets and multifamily, joined Avison Young’s Miami office as a senior vice president. He’ll lead the brokerage’s multifamily investment sales throughout Florida.

Engel & Völkers Florida brought on Sean Schiefler as senior vice president of business development. The brokerage plans to open at least six new locations this quarter, according to a release. Schiefler was previously with Realogy’s Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate division, and before that with Wyndham Hotel Group, where he focused on site selection for new hotel construction and rebranding and renovation of older hotels.

Fort Partners tapped Elliman’s Richard Goihman of the Goihman Group as the new executive vice president of sales for Four Seasons Private Residences Fort Lauderdale. Goihman is part of the Gold Coast Team representing the development in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach.

Christopher Adeleke, a former top producer at Cervera Real Estate, joined Douglas Elliman to work on sales of 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach. He was previously a sales agent for Le Parc at Brickell and The Bond on Brickell.

David Carrion-Levy left One Sotheby’s International Realty to join Compass. Carrion-Levy is partnering with Compass’ Ben Moss, also previously of One Sotheby’s.

Friends of The Underline hired Amy Rosenberg as chief development officer, focusing on private fundraising and development of the linear park and trail. Rosenberg was previously director of annual giving at National YoungArts Foundation.

Carlton Fields hired land use attorney Aaron C. Dunlap. Dunlop, a former assistant attorney for the village of Wellington, is joining the law firm’s West Palm Beach office.

Benworth Capital, a lender focusing on alternative short-term, first-position residential and commercial mortgages, named Jose Monte as the company’s vice president. Before joining Bentworth, he was previously a senior vice president of commercial lending at Sunstate Bank.

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