Jack Resnick & Sons appointed Brett Greenberg as its newest executive. In his role as executive managing director of leasing, Greenberg will oversee the leasing and marketing operations of the firm’s 6 million-square-foot office, retail and residential portfolio. Greenberg is replacing Dennis Brady, who has resigned after serving the company for 40 years. Upon Greenberg’s promotion, Adam Rappaport will step up as the new managing director of leasing. His responsibilities will include overseeing the firm’s 3 million-square-foot Downtown and Midtown South commercial portfolio. Additionally, Fran Delgorio, who has been with the company for eight years, will continue to oversee the leasing operations for a 2 million-square-foot commercial portfolio of Midtown properties.
Extensive leasing experience
Greenberg joined Jack Resnick & Sons in 2010. Some of his notable projects include the leasing of One Seaport Plaza, 255 Greenwich St. and 250 Hudson St. Between 2006 and 2010, he was a principal & senior vice president at The Wall Street Journal Office Network. Other prior roles included senior vice president of leasing at SL Green Realty Corp., senior managing director at Equity Office Properties Trust and senior director at CBRE. He received a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Connecticut. He is also a licensed real estate broker and a member of the Real Estate Board of New York, the Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association of New York and a board member of the Alliance for Downtown New York and Hudson Square Connection.
In his new position, Rappaport will take over 315 Hudson St.’s $65 million improvement program and the leasing of 199 Water St. Prior to joining Jack Resnick & Sons, he was a vice president of office leasing at Thor Equities, where he oversaw the leasing operations for the firm’s 2.5 million-square-foot New York City and national office portfolio, principal at Avison Young and senior director at Cushman & Wakefield. He is a Miami University graduate and has a Bachelor of Science in Marketing.
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