Full-service real estate developer Greystone Development has selected Tiffany Rufrano as its newest director of asset management. Her responsibilities will include managing the firm’s national multifamily and mixed-use portfolio, which encompasses properties in New York City, Miami and Palo Alto.
Prior to joining Greystone, Rufrano served as vice president of asset management at Paramount Group, where she managed an 11 million-square-foot portfolio and provided debt financing services for properties throughout New York, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco. Before that, she was vice president at J.P. Morgan’s Global Real Assets group, where she managed a 10 million-square-foot, $5 billion New York and Boston office portfolio. Other responsibilities included raising debt and equity for REITs within J.P. Morgan’s Real Estate and Lodging Investment Banking group. Between 2005 and 2009, she was an associate with Clarion Partners, handling acquisitions, asset management and investor relations, as well as lease negotiations, development and capital raising.
Rufrano is a New York University Stern School of Business graduate and holds an MBA in Finance and Banking. She also received a bachelor’s degree in finance with a specialization in real estate from the University of Texas at Austin.
“Tiffany brings some serious commercial asset management chops to Greystone, as well as a diverse background in debt and investment banking. As we assess where the market is headed, and look to align our portfolio strategy accordingly, we need someone of Tiffany’s caliber to optimize our assets,” Greystone Development CEO Jeffrey Simpson said in a prepared statement. Rufrano joined the team of recent hires along with Managing Director Jerry Muir.
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