Resource Realty of Northern New Jersey welcomes three to its executive leadership team

Resource Realty of Northern New Jersey welcomes three

Resource Realty of Northern New Jersey recently made three new principal-level appointments to its executive leadership team.

In these new roles, Gregory Sabato of Westfield, Brian Wilson of Succasunna and Scott Peck of Basking Ridge will help shape and guide the Parsippany-based firm’s brokerage activities and expanding geographic footprint while remaining active on the transaction front.

Clockwise from left, Thomas Consiglio, Gregory Sabato, Scott Peck and Brian Wilson. (Resource Realty of Northern New Jersey)

Resource Realty of Northern New Jersey is one of the firm’s three offices in the state, each focusing on a specific New Jersey metro region — North, Central and South Jersey. Each office is independently owned and operated, with the North Jersey branch led by Thomas Consiglio since being established in 1990.

In addition to fortifying the firm’s presence across the state’s northernmost counties for more than three decades, Consiglio is credited with expanding Resource Realty’s brokerage activities into New York state’s Rockland and Orange counties.

“By welcoming Greg, Brian and Scott as principals, we are recognizing their outstanding transactional achievements and market expertise, which they will harness to chart our firm’s future organic and strategic growth,” Consiglio said. “Collectively and as individuals, they are accomplished, high-caliber team players committed to putting our clients first while deploying a vision for advancing and strengthening our presence in the marketplace.”

Sabato’s tenure at Resource Realty dates back to 2007, when he joined the firm as a vice president. A leading market expert, he notably orchestrated a 187,000-square-foot long-term industrial lease at East Hanover Commerce Park, located at 151 Ridgedale Ave., in Morris County last year.

Wilson brings 20 years’ commercial real estate experience to his new management team role. In Q1, he closed an 87,500-square-foot warehouse/industrial lease within the newly developed five-star Bridge Point 78 Park in Phillipsburg.

Rounding out Resource Realty’s latest upper-management promotions is Peck, a 39-year commercial real estate brokerage veteran who, along with Consiglio, represented ownership in the build-to-suit development of 500,000-square-foot for Royal Wine in New York state’s Orange County.