Levin Management Corp. on Tuesday announced the addition of Greg Tocco as executive vice president. The Moorestown resident brings more than 20 years of broad industry and leadership experience to this key senior management role at the North Plainfield-based commercial real estate services firm.
Tocco is overseeing LMC’s property operations, accounting and lease administration, and will be integral in implementing corporate growth initiatives and strategic planning strategy. His responsibilities also include enhancing and maintaining the company’s internal quality control systems and identifying opportunities to maximize the value of Levin’s managed properties.
Tocco’s property operations and asset management background ranges from strategic planning to risk management, business development and leasing; he is also well versed in environmental, social & governance. Tocco’s experience includes retail, industrial, mixed-use and office real estate projects in major markets throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
“Levin’s diversified property portfolio, talented team of professionals and reputation as a true expert in its field attracted me to this position,” Tocco said. “I’m excited to come on board with this dynamic organization and look forward to working alongside the firm’s executive leadership to help position Levin for continued growth and success.”
Prior to joining LMC, Tocco was executive vice president of asset services at Metro Commercial. He previously held positions at Seritage Growth Properties and Rait Financial Trust. He earned a Juris Doctorate from Ohio Northern University’s Pettit College of Law, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland. Tocco is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and a member of ICSC.
“We are so pleased to welcome this accomplished and results-driven industry leader to the Levin team,” Levin CEO Matthew Harding said. “With his wealth of commercial real estate knowledge and experience, Greg is poised to play a pivotal role as we continue to move our company forward and enhance the quality of service we provide.”