Federal Realty Investment Trust Announces Senior Management Promotions
- Feb 10, 2012
Rockville, Md.—Federal Realty Investment Trust announced the promotion of Patrick Inaba to vice president, construction and tenant services and Michael Kelleher to vice president, asset management.
Inaba has been with Federal Realty since 2006 serving as senior director, tenant services. In his role he manages the design, permitting construction and delivery of tenant spaces throughout the Trust’s portfolio.
Prior to joining Federal Realty, Inaba had 15 years experience in the positions of group vice president, Tenant Services at The Mills Corporation and director, Design and Construction for the Diedrich Coffee Corporation. Inaba is an instructor of Tenant Coordination for the ICSC JTR School of professional development, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of California Irvine, holds a SCDP designation and is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Since joining the Trust in 2007, Kelleher’s asset management portfolio has grown from 1.7 million square feet in Massachusetts, to 3.7 million square feet and now encompasses the Trust’s assets in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Illinois and Florida. In 2009 Kelleher took on the oversight and management of Federal Realty’s specialty leasing program, which includes the leasing of vacant space on a temporary basis, sponsorships, corporate partnerships and programming across the entire portfolio.
Kelleher had almost 20 years of experience in management, sales, and marketing prior to joining the Trust. He previously served as vice president and general manager with the Rouse Company, and later General Growth Properties, at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, an historic festival marketplace in downtown Boston. During his time there, Kelleher oversaw the $30 million renovation of the historic property and led the operations, leasing, specialty leasing, marketing and the celebration of the property’s 25th anniversary.