CBRE’S Carolinas Multifamily Group Makes Top Addition
- Jul 25, 2016
Raleigh, N.C.—Howard Jenkins has joined CBRE|Raleigh’s capital markets team as a senior vice president of the CBRE Carolinas Multifamily Group. In his new role, Jenkins will partner with Phil Brosseau and Kevin Kempf of CBRE’s Charlotte office to continue growing CBRE’s market-leading institutional practice in the Carolinas.
Jenkins joins the firm with more than 17 years of private equity and investment banking experience. Most recently, he spent 11 years with Federal Capital Partners (FCP), a privately held real estate investment company based in Chevy Chase, Md. As a vice president for the company, Jenkins’ scope of responsibilities included asset management of FCP’s residential assets in the Carolinas. He brings full-life-cycle acquisitions, asset management and disposition experience across multifamily, commercial and mixed-use assets in the greater Mid-Atlantic area.
“We are excited to have Howard on our team. His institutional background, capital knowledge and industry relationships will be a direct benefit to our clients. This is a game-changer for CBRE in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill market,” Brosseau said in a prepared statement.
With the addition of Jenkins, CBRE|Raleigh’s Jeff Glenn will be focusing on private capital group assets, including acquisition and equity placement services for developers. Glenn has more than 20 years of experience advising private, public and institutional investors in the disposition, acquisition and structuring of more than $2 billion of investment properties, and was recently recognized as one of CBRE’s Top 600 Producers in 2015.
“Howard will be a great addition for CBRE|Raleigh’s capital markets group. His institutional perspective creates a great opportunity to enhance the CBRE Carolinas Multifamily Group’s presence in our region. This, coupled with Jeff’s reputation in the market, will allow us to fully deliver superior services to investors,” added Tom Fritsch, managing director of CBRE|Raleigh.
Jenkins holds a B.A. from James Madison University and an MBA from The University of Virginia Darden School of Business.
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