B6 Real Estate Advisors Appoints Cory Rosenthal Chief Revenue Officer Role

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B6 Real Estate Advisors announced the appointment of Cory Rosenthal as the investment sales and capital advisory firm’s first chief revenue officer, Commercial Observer has learned. 

“Cory brings an extensive background in enhancing operations, developing business strategy and managing sales teams,” said Paul Massey, the founder and CEO of B6. “Having known Cory since he first started his career in real estate, I have had the pleasure of watching him develop as an impressive leader in this industry.”

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Rosenthal was most recently the chief operating officer of JLL (JLL)’s New York City capital markets operations for nearly four years, and before that he worked at Cushman & Wakefield (CWK). There he rose to senior managing director of the firm’s capital markets group. Rosenthal started his career in 2003 at Massey Knakal, which Cushman & Wakefield acquired in 2014. 

“I am looking forward to working alongside Paul Massey once again as we foster the growth of B6 Real Estate Advisors,” said Rosenthal. “With a deep understanding and appreciation of B6’s values, my leadership experience will be a key asset in ensuring the firm continues to flourish profitably and attract the best talent. B6 has already established itself as one of New York’s top brokerages, and I am proud to be joining such a distinguished team that will only continue to break boundaries.”

As chief revenue officer, Rosenthal will plot the firm’s development strategy while overseeing its revenue pipeline. Rosenthal’s chief revenue officer role at B6 includes managing strategic development as well as revenue streams. He earned an English degree from Colgate University.

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Emily Fu can be reached at efu@commercialobserver.com.