Movers & Shakers: Joe Furst leaves Goldman Properties after a decade with the firm & more

Stantec promoted Jon Cardello to VP and leader of US commercial sector

Jul.July 09, 2018 10:30 AM

Joe Furst and Jon Cardello

Joe Furst left Goldman Properties where he was managing director of the company’s Wynwood portfolio.

After a decade with the firm, Furst said he is “excited to pursue new ventures and opportunities.” In an email announcement, he said he’ll stay on for certain Goldman Properties projects and will remain involved with the Goldman family as partners and friends. He’ll also continue to chair the Wynwood Business Improvement District.

Stantec promoted architect Jon Cardello to vice president and U.S. commercial sector leader of the architecture and design firm.

Cardello, who joined Stantec in 2014 when it acquired his company, ADD Inc., was previously a senior principal. Stantec’s South Florida projects include Solitair Brickell, Luma at Miami Worldcenter, Eve at the District and The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach. Cardello will oversee the firm’s commercial practice throughout the U.S.

Vivi Wolak joined One Sotheby’s International Realty as a global real estate adviser. Wolak left Elite International Realty, where she worked for eight years, according to LinkedIn. She has closed nearly $100 million of sales with a focus on Aventura, Sunny Isles Beach and Bay Harbor Islands.

Laura Buccellati and Ron Alen joined the Cassis-Burke Collection at Brown Harris Stevens. Buccellati is a luxury real estate specialist and Alen is director of marketing.

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