Woodmont Properties, the Fairfield-based developer and manager of multifamily and commercial real estate, has added four executives to its team, it announced recently.
The firm added the following:
- Kris Bauman, vice president of development;
- Timothy Behrens, controller;
- Joseph McFalls, director of investments and capital markets;
- Christine Migliorino, senior living operational support specialist.
Woodmont said that, in their new roles, the new hires will drive its ongoing growth and geographic expansion across key platforms, including multifamily, luxury senior housing and industrial.
“As a result of Woodmont’s investment growth in key markets, we’re thrilled to welcome four new members to our executive and operational teams,” CEO Eric Witmondt said in a prepared statement. “At Woodmont, we have always believed in attracting the best talent to fuel our growth strategy. Each of these individuals brings unparalleled knowledge within their areas of expertise — we look forward to their unique, valued contributions as our portfolio continues to grow.”
Bauman had been a vice president at Normandy Real Estate Partners, and has also been a senior vice president at the Gale Co. Behrens spent 14 years as controller with Roseland Residential Trust, and has more than 25 years of experience in accounting operations.
McFalls had been a real estate counsel for Toll Bros. and a real estate associate for Blank Rome LLP. Migliorino had worked for Brightview Senior Living in a variety of roles during her long career in the industry.
“It’s an exciting time for Woodmont Properties, as we continue to scale both our real estate portfolio and our team members,” President Lewis Zlotnick said in a statement. “With projects in our pipeline, it’s imperative that Woodmont continues to secure top-tier talent to accelerate this momentum.”