Growing Multi Housing Advisors Makes Key New Hires
- Mar 04, 2013
Atlanta—Multi Housing Advisors (MHA) has made a series of important hires in its Atlanta; Birmingham, Ala.; and Charlotte, N.C., offices.
For its expanded Charlotte office, the firm has hired Watson H. Bryant, Charles E. Broyles and Claudia M. Pascual. Bryant, formerly an associate vice president with Cassidy Turley in Atlanta, is an associate in the office. Broyles, previously with Lindsey Management, is an investment analyst, and Claudia Pascual, formerly a property manager with GMC Properties in metro Charlotte, is an operations associate.
Marc Robinson, co-founder and co-managing partner of MHA, recently moved from the firm’s Atlanta headquarters to Charlotte to run that office with Jordan McCarley, who established MHA’s presence in North Carolina in 2007.
MHA also has hired Matt Wittekiend as the firm’s chief administrative officer. Wittekiend, who is based in the Atlanta office, was previously with Newmark Grubb Knight Frank for more than 17 years, where he served as a vice president and senior business operations manager. Andrew Gross, formerly with W.H. Gross Construction in Kingsland, Ga., has joined MHA’s Atlanta office as an investment analyst.
Brian Savage also has joined MHA’s Birmingham office as an associate. He was previously a business development manager for Doster Construction Company.
The hires come during a period of great activity for MHA. The firm recently changed its name from Southeast Apartment Partners to reflect its growth, and the company intends to open additional offices in the South and hopes to make specific expansion announcements later this year. Furthermore, early last year, MHA hired Brett Kingman, formerly with Colliers International, to be a director in its Atlanta office.
In addition to its Atlanta and Charlotte locations, MHA, which has listings ranging from bank-owned assets to Class-A properties, has an office in Birmingham, Ala., and is aggressively doing deals throughout the Southeast.