Solomon Organization names successor to its retiring COO

Daniel McInerney will assume role of COO when Marshall Rosen retires after 38 years 

The Summit-based Solomon Organization, owner and operator of more than 70 properties across nine states, has named Daniel McInerney as chief operating officer, succeeding Marshall Rosen who is retiring after 38 years with the company.

Under Rosen’s leadership, the Solomon Organization increased its holdings to more than 21,000 multifamily units.

“Marshall played a key part in the growth of Solomon for nearly four decades and securing our reputation as a best-of-class, vertically integrated real estate investor and operator within the residential rental industry,” Andrew Rosen, principal of the Solomon Organization, said. “Dan will continue to build on Marshall’s exemplary career here at Solomon.”

In his new role, McInerney will be responsible for overseeing senior management and day-to-day operations. He will support the four regional operations in the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest and Upper Midwest in multiple capacities including asset management, marketing, finance, accounting, legal and construction supervision.

McInerney is no stranger to the real estate sector. He most recently served as the executive vice president at Midwood Investment & Development, overseeing asset management and operations for its diverse portfolio of commercial and multifamily properties. Prior to Midwood, McInerney served as senior vice president, asset management, for Taconic Partners.

“The addition of Daniel McInerney is a continuation of our commitment to recruiting and retaining high-performing executives to operate our expanding portfolio,” Zach Solomon, principal of the Solomon Organization, said. “Dan’s experience will be vital to running our daily operations and provide valuable leadership at all levels of the company.”

“I am honored and incredibly excited to take on this new challenge at Solomon,” McInerney said. “The team that Marshall and the leadership built at Solomon is second to none, and I look forward to working for a high performing company that puts its people first.”