MHP Adds Three New Brokers
Tobias Salinger Jan. 7, 2015, 3:30 p.m.
MHP Real Estate Services has hired three new brokers in the past two months, Commercial Observer has learned.
The company added Brian M. Fennelly, a former director at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, on Dec. 1, Ilana Shrier, a former Highline Commercial Properties broker, on Nov. 24 and Zach Kantor, a former media sales analyst with the National Football League, on Nov. 3, officials at MHP said.
“Our brokerage division is expanding,” said David Greene, the company’s president of brokerage services, in a prepared statement. “These three experienced new members of MHP Real Estate Services add depth to our team. We strongly believe in giving the brokers the right to work on any type of transaction they’d like. This is a very collaborative, entrepreneurial and sophisticated environment.”
The company, which has bought and sold over $11 billion in commercial transactions since its inception in the 1970s and owns, leases and manages 6.5 million square feet, now boasts 45 brokers, according to MHP officials.
Mr. Fennelly, a certified public accountant and former Naval officer, represents corporate tenants in office leasing and sales transactions, and works as a managing director at MHP.
Ms. Shrier, who speaks four languages, serves as an associate at MHP.
Mr. Kantor, who is also an associate, advises clients on acquisition, disposition and marketing, as well as lease negotiation and space planning.