Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey, Inc.
One Meadowlands Plaza, Suite 1100
East Rutherford, New Jersey 07073
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Release Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Media Contact: Evelyn Weiss Francisco (201) 796-7788
Under National Initiative, Firm Continues to Aggressively Grow Local Portfolio
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J., Feb. 12, 2014 – Amy Pastor of Saddle Brook, N.J., has joined the Corporate Occupier and Investor Services (CIS) team at Cushman & Wakefield in East Rutherford. An industrial portfolio management specialist, she brings 15 years of experience in commercial property management to her new role.
Pastor is heading property management for two properties and assisting with three additional assignments, with responsibilities including tenant relations, overseeing space fit-outs and general maintenance, managing rent rolls and property financials, and other day-to-day operations. In New Jersey, Cushman & Wakefield CIS serves an approximately 2 million-square-foot industrial portfolio for prestigious clients such as James Campbell, TIAA-CREF, and Tommy Hilfiger.
“During the past 18 months, Cushman & Wakefield has focused on the development and growth of its industrial property management platform in key markets nationwide, including New Jersey,” noted Kimberly Brennan, the commercial real estate services firm’s New Jersey market leader. “As a result, our CIS team has more than doubled its portfolio. Amy is a terrific addition, bringing a deep skills set. Her background on the landlord side of the business fits well with our proprietary approach to managing properties.”
Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Pastor served as a senior property manager for Prologis, where she was responsible for a portfolio of 4 million square feet in 44 warehouse/distribution and light manufacturing buildings. Her technical expertise covers the implementation of best-in-class property management processes and procedures, from the planning, budgeting and execution of annual operating and capital expenditures, to staff training and development.
“Cushman & Wakefield has an excellent reputation, and the chance to join a firm that is aggressively – and successfully – growing its New Jersey industrial property management practice was a big draw,” said Pastor, regarding her move. “This state has a vast industrial inventory, with outstanding new business potential for companies, like this one, that provide superior service and management strategies catered to individual property and client needs.”
Pastor also previously served in various positions of increasing responsibility at CBRE, WMC Corporate Services and Insignia/ESG, where she was involved in the management of institutionally-owned office portfolios. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University, and has held BOMA’s Real Property Administrator (RPA) designation.