Bellwether Enterprise Appoints Love Senior Vice President in Cleveland

Tucker, Michael mtucker@mba.org

November 15, 2018


Bellwether Enterprise Appoints Love Senior Vice President in Cleveland
Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital LLC, Cleveland, appointed Tony Love Senior Vice President in its Cleveland office.

Love will work as part of the Affordable Group. He has more than two decades of experience in mortgage banking, with experience in affordable and conventional multifamily housing.

Love joined Bellwether Enterprise after serving as President of Rose Community Capital, Cleveland, a subsidiary of Jonathan Rose Cos. He processed and closed HUD-insured loans for third-party project sponsors, helping contribute to RCC's $300 million servicing portfolio. Prior to joining Jonathan Rose Cos, Love worked at Forest City Capital as a Vice President for FHA lending for 20-plus years.

Before entering the mortgage industry, Love was executive director of a neighborhood nonprofit housing development corporation, also in Cleveland, as well as a city planner in St. Augustine, Florida.

Rockwood Capital Names Two New Partners
Rockwood Capital LLC promoted Andrew Blanchard and Niraj Shah to partners of the firm.

Blanchard, based in San Francisco, joined Rockwood in 2004. Shah, based in New York, joined Rockwood in 2008.

The private real estate investment firm noted Blanchard made significant contributions to Rockwood's co-mingled fund business and separate account business, most recently as a portfolio manager and Niraj spearheaded the development of Rockwood's structured products platform.

ASB Real Estate Investments Hires Mathews
ASB Real Estate Investments, Washington, D.C., hired Kavita Mathews as a Vice President based in its San Francisco office.

Mathews will take a lead role in deal sourcing and underwriting transactions, asset management and developing new partner and broker relationships across the western U.S. She joined ASB from CIM Group, Los Angeles, where she was an Associate Vice President-Investments. Previously she worked in the real estate division of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority in Abu Dhabi, UAE, and as a banking analyst at Goldman Sachs in the company's New York real estate group.

Walters to Retire from CBRE; Mullen to Lead Philadelphia Region
CBRE, Los Angeles, announced Bob Walters Greater Philadelphia region Market Leader, will retire on December 31. Adam Mullen will succeed Walters as Market Leader effective January 1 with oversight for downtown and suburban Philadelphia, Delaware, southern New Jersey, the Lehigh Valley and central Pennsylvania.

Walters will remain available to CBRE in a consulting capacity after January 1, 2019.

Walters has directed CBRE's Philadelphia area operations since 1984. He joined CBRE as an industrial sales and leasing specialist in 1979.

Mullen has been CBRE's Industrial & Logistics leader since 2016 and led the Occupier and Supply Chain practice for the Industrial & Logistics Group for two years before that. Most recently, he spearheaded the launch of CBRE's Omnichannel initiative, which leverages the company's market-leading retail and industrial/logistics expertise to help clients seize the opportunities presented by e-commerce.

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