Newmark Knight Frank appoints Glynn to oversee property management in New England region

May 11, 2018 - Front Section

Boston, MA Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) has appointed Patrick Glynn to oversee and direct property management services in the New England region, including business development, operations, integrating service lines and strategic staff recruitment to maximize the value of real estate assets on behalf of clients. Based in NKF’s Boston office, Glynn will be partnering with NKF’s market leaders to expand the firm’s suite of investor services throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.

Glynn brings more than 20 years of experience in commercial property management. He has extensive knowledge in building operations, financial reporting, training and management of personnel, tenant relations and leasing. Prior to joining NKF, he served as a managing senior vice president for asset services with Transwestern and has also held management positions with CBRE and at Broadway Real Estate Services, Beacon Capital Partners and Fidelity Investments. 

He has specialized experience managing a wide variety of property types and sizes, including skyscrapers, data centers, laboratory buildings and industrial parks. Notably, he was general manager of one of the most recognizable buildings in Boston, the iconic John Hancock Tower – a 1.8 million s/f office building and 2,000 space parking facility.

“We are thrilled to have the expertise of a dynamic individual, like Pat,” said Lou Alvarado, executive vice president. “His skill set of working on the investor side allows him to genuinely operate like an owner and offer unmatched services to our clients.”

Glynn said, “I am very excited to work with the NKF team as they have developed an impressive platform in the northeast region, as well as on a national and international level. I look forward to joining Lou Alvarado and the team in Boston who have set themselves apart as the best in the business.”

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