Advance Realty, a leading owner, developer and manager of Class A office, multifamily, mixed-use and flex-space properties, today announced that it has hired Marshall Everett as vice president of investment and development.
A recent graduate of Harvard Business School, Everett brings extensive knowledge of the real estate and finance industries to Advance. In his new role, Everett will part of the team that oversees the company’s vast real estate portfolio, currently comprised of more than 10 million square feet of space, as well as future assets.
Through the use of advanced analysis and due diligence strategies, he will also play a role in identifying value enhancement projects, as well as the structuring and execution of financing for Advance’s various real estate holdings.
“During his work in both real estate and finance, Marshall has earned a reputation as one of the top young minds in two highly competitive industries,” Advance Realty President and CEO Peter Cocoziello stated. “We are delighted to bring his unique blend of expertise and drive to Advance as we continue to acquire and develop a robust pipeline of pioneering real estate developments in New Jersey and across the Northeast.”
Prior to joining Advance, Everett served as acquisitions and asset manager at New York-based A&E Real Estate, an owner/operator focused primarily on rent-stabilized properties in New York City’s outer boroughs. He also boasts experience in the finance industry, having worked as a financial analyst and asset manager for Goldman Sachs, helping to guide the investment bank’s ventures across all real estate classes.
“I am extremely happy to join Advance at what is an exciting time for the company,” Everett said. “I look forward to working alongside and contributing to the diverse and highly accomplished team here as it continues to expand the company’s already impressive portfolio, and furthers its reputation as an industry leader.”
Everett received his Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard earlier this year, and holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering, with a focus on architecture and civil engineering, from Princeton University.