Keystone promotes Richard Gottlieb to COO

Keystone promotes Richard Gottlieb to COO

Published at: 2017-04-05 15:43 | Author: CIJ USA
Keystone Property Group has named Richard S. Gottlieb as President and Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately. Gottlieb will oversee all of the firm’s operations, including development, management and leasing for the firm’s 10-million-square-foot portfolio. Before joining Keystone Property Group in 2005, Gottlieb served as a Senior Vice President at Stoltz Management Company, and previously held roles at Prentiss Properties Trust and Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust. He holds an MBA in Real Estate and Urban Land Studies from Temple University and a B.S. in Marketing and Accounting from Drexel University.

“For more than a decade, Rich has leveraged his extensive knowledge of the local market and strong leadership skills to improve every facet of our organization, and he’s been extremely successful at helping solidify Keystone as the premier mixed-use developer in the region,” said Glazer. “As I focus more heavily on our strategic vision and capital growth, there is no-one better suited than Rich to oversee and direct the day-to-day operations of our organization and ensure that we continue to expand the scope and scale of our portfolio."

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