With nearly 20 years of property management experience at high-profile office buildings across New Jersey, Jessica Halpin has been named general manager of Glenpointe by Alfred Sanzari Enterprises, which owns the 670,000-square-foot corporate campus in Teaneck.
Halpin will be tasked with managing day-to-day operations for the 50-acre campus, including overseeing maintenance, improvements, parking and tenant service. She will also work closely with Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ leadership team to plan and oversee ongoing capital improvements as the company continues to position the property to meet the needs of a rapidly changing workforce.
“While workplaces have changed a lot since we first constructed Glenpointe in the 1980s, what has remained unchanged is our commitment to superior tenant service and investing in the campus to ensure it reflects the needs and desires of today’s tenants,” said Ryan Sanzari, president of Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. “As we continue to welcome employees back to Glenpointe, we are confident that Jessica’s demonstrated track record of success and focus on service will ensure that Glenpointe continues to stand out as the Tri-State area’s premier corporate campus.”
Halpin brings a diverse background as a real estate asset manager to Glenpointe. Prior to joining Alfred Sanzari Enterprises, Halpin served as senior property manager for Newmark, where she managed a 630,000-square-foot campus consisting of six office buildings and positioned the property for sale. Halpin was also recently named to the board of directors for the Building Owners and Management Association of New Jersey.
“Throughout my career, I have always been deeply impressed with Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ commitment to hands-on asset management and consistent capital investments to ensure their spaces stand out in a crowded marketplace,” Halpin said. “My new role presents a rare opportunity to build upon this tradition of excellence, as Alfred Sanzari Enterprises continues to ensure Glenpointe is well-positioned for the future of work.”