Thomas O’Brien Named President of LCOR

LCOR, a fully integrated real estate company specializing in property development, investment and management, announced that its chief operating officer, Thomas O’Brien, a 30-year veteran of the company, will succeed Peter DiLullo as president of LCOR, effective July 1.

Tom O'Brien thumbnailBerwyn, Pa.—LCOR, a fully integrated real estate company specializing in property development, investment and management, announced that its chief operating officer, Thomas O’Brien, a 30-year veteran of the company, will succeed Peter DiLullo as president of LCOR, effective July 1. Peter DiLullo will continue in his role as chief executive officer until December 31, 2014 when he will become chairman of the company.

Working together for over 25 years, DiLullo and O’Brien have played key roles in directing LCOR’s evolution into a fully integrated real estate company building on its reputation as a leading developer. LCOR is widely known for successfully executing complex development opportunities along the East Coast such as the $1.4 billion JFK Terminal 4 project in New York and the $900 Million U.S. Patent and Trademark Office campus in Alexandria, Va.