Keystone develops and invests in commercial properties that inspire and unlock potential to succeed. We believe dynamic buildings attract dynamic people. And when dynamic people work together, companies thrive. There's a fundamental change in the way people think about work. The spaces we occupy need to reflect that.
From collaborative facilities that help spark your next big idea to integrated technology that lets you share it from anywhere, we’re redefining properties so that every detail is designed to bring people together and give them the space to push boundaries. By staying a step ahead of the way work is changing, we can unlock your potential to succeed.
When you sign a lease with Keystone, we’re more than tenant and landlord—we’re partners. We understand what your business needs are when you first move in, as you grow into the space and when you’re ready to take on something bigger. We make sure your building is working its hardest to help you succeed, and we give you the support structure and flexibility to flourish.
Since 1991, we’ve been creating vibrant and productive communities out of commercial real estate.
Bill Glazer founded Keystone Property Group in 1991. Initially a real estate brokerage firm, Keystone grew into an investment firm in 1993, to a development company in 1997, to a real estate private equity firm in 2003, and to a full-service real estate investment and development operating enterprise in 2014. He has invested and developed over 12 million square feet of properties in billions of dollars of transactions using multiple investment structures, such as Joint Ventures, Individual Syndications, Direct Investments, Real Estate Private Equity Funds and Strategic Partnerships.
In addition to his real estate equity investments, Bill served as Chairman of the Board of Hyperion Bank, a Pennsylvania state-chartered commercial bank. Further, he serves as Director on non-profit boards, including the Jewish Federation of Philadelphia.
Bill’s professional affiliations include the Young President’s Organization, National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, Urban Land Institute and Wharton School’s Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Bill is the recipient of many awards and honors, including the Pennsylvania Award for Community Excellence, the Chamber of Commerce Award for Excellence, the Philadelphia Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award and the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
An avid endurance athlete who has completed numerous marathons and triathlons, Bill’s long-term training philosophy mirrors his patient investment philosophy.
Richard Gottlieb joined Keystone Property Group in 2005. As President and Chief Operating Officer, Rich oversees the development, marketing and management of Keystone’s portfolio. Since joining Keystone, he has been responsible for over 10,000,000 square feet of lease transactions valued at over $1 Billion.
Before joining the Keystone team, Mr. Gottlieb spent six years as Senior Vice President for Stoltz Management Company, where he was responsible for the asset management, leasing, property management and development of Stoltz’s office and industrial portfolio, encompassing more than 5 million square feet throughout the US. Mr. Gottlieb’s past experience also includes positions at Prentiss Properties Trust and Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust.
Mr. Gottlieb holds an MBA in Real Estate and Urban Land Studies from Temple University and a BS in Marketing and Accounting from Drexel University. He is a licensed real estate broker in Pennsylvania. Mr. Gottlieb is past President of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the NAIOP, serves on the Office Development Forum and formerly served on NAIOP’s national board of directors. He is Vice Chairman for the City Avenue Special Services District and a member of the Drexel Real Estate Advisory Board.
Marc Rash partnered with Bill Glazer in 1994. He is the Executive Vice President of Keystone Property Group and has extensive dealings with numerous lenders and investors. Marc brings to Keystone more than 20 years of real estate experience, including the redevelopment of apartments, shopping centers and industrial/office space.
Before joining Keystone, Marc was an agent with the IRS, specializing in auditing large corporations and high-net-worth individuals. This background has proven helpful when analyzing deals and structuring transactions with complicated tax issues.
Marc graduated from the University of North Carolina with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and received his Juris Doctor degree from Delaware Law School. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Doug Hoffman, CPA, MBA, was hired as Senior Vice President of Finance in May 2018 and recently promoted to Chief Financial Officer in August 2020. Prior to joining Keystone, Doug was an independent consultant, as well as the Chief Financial Officer as Every Day Networks (previously MasterChannel), Chief Accounting Officer and Senior Vice President Finance at J.G Wentworth., and Vice President of Finance and Controller at Wrenchead, Inc., in White Plains, New York. Doug’s positions before Wrenchead, Inc. include accounting operations manager at GE Capital Commercial Finance in Stamford, Connecticut and senior auditor in Arthur Anderson LLP’s Enterprise Practice in San Francisco, California.
Doug graduated from Penn State University with a B.A. and he holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Tulane University.
Jamie Reyle, Esq. has served as Keystone’s General Counsel since April 2020.
Prior to joining Keystone, Jamie was the Chief Executive Officer, President and General Counsel of RAIT Financial Trust, a Philadelphia based commercial mortgage REIT with a substantial portfolio of loans, securitization interests and REO. Jamie also served on RAIT’s board of trustees and, most notably, negotiated and oversaw the sale of substantially all of RAIT’s assets in late 2019 to an affiliate of Fortress Investment Group LLC as part of a pre-packaged bankruptcy of RAIT, which resulted in the winddown of the company in March 2020.
Jamie joined RAIT in 2009 and, in addition to the roles described above, held the following positions during his tenure: Interim Chief Executive Officer, Interim President, Senior Managing Director—Chief Legal Officer, Senior Vice President—Corporate Counsel, Vice President—Corporate Counsel and Corporate Counsel.
Prior to joining RAIT, Jamie was an associate in the real estate and finance legal departments of Ledgewood, P.C., a law firm, from October 2005 to February 2009, and Cozen O’Conner, P.C., a law firm, from August 2004 to October 2005. During that time, Jamie concentrated his law practice in the area of commercial real estate representing a variety of clients in connection with real estate-based financing, acquisitions and dispositions of commercial real estate, commercial leasing matters, real estate development and basic corporate transactions related to the foregoing.
Jamie graduated from Colgate University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and graduated magna cum laude from Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law in 2004 with a Juris Doctor. Jamie is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Aimee Alexander joined Keystone in 2005, with 10 years’ prior experience in commercial real estate office and retail leasing and account management. As Director of Investor Relations, her responsibilities include reporting to Keystone investors; sourcing new capital opportunities for future funds; aiding in the preparation of private placement memorandums, due diligence materials, presentations and marketing collateral; coordinating all investor-related meetings and events; and managing all companywide marketing and branding efforts, including public relations. She currently oversees three Keystone private equity real estate funds and more than 400 investors.
Prior to joining Keystone, Aimee was an Account Manager for regional and national real estate portfolios with CB Richard Ellis in its corporate real estate department. She managed the acquisition and disposition of multimillion-dollar office, retail and industrial portfolios for clients such as Wachovia Bank, Right Management Consultants, Penske Truck Leasing and the American Diabetes Association. She was also a leasing broker at Smith Mack & Co., handling both tenant and landlord representation.
Aimee graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a minor in French. She is a licensed Realtor in the state of Pennsylvania and a member of the Wharton School’s Zell-Lurie Real Estate Center. She is a passionate Philadelphia sports fan and an avid world traveler.
David McLaughlin was retained to represent Keystone Property Group and its affiliates in August 2005. He is the principal of David S. McLaughlin, LLC and represents Keystone in a wide variety of matters, including leasing, acquisitions and sales, financing, development, property management, service contracts, risk management, legal case management and related issues. A few representative deals include negotiating a $46.2 million mortgage loan with General Electric Company, a lease with Westinghouse Electric Company for 176,000 square feet and a lease with Main Line Health Systems for 100,000 square feet.
Previous to his counsel position at Keystone, David was employed in-house as Associate General Counsel for Kramont Reatly Trust, a REIT in Plymouth Meeting, Pa. He was formerly an associate in the Real Estate and Finance Department at the law firm of Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg, LLP in Philadelphia.
David received his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Temple University, Beasley School of Law and his MBA from Temple University Fox School of Business. He is admitted to the bar in the state courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Michael Brookshier joined Keystone Property Group in 2015. As Vice President of Development, he is responsible for all new construction at existing properties as well as development opportunities outside Keystone’s portfolio. Currently, Keystone’s new development pipeline exceeds $500 million.
Prior to joining Keystone, Michael spent eight years with AthenianRazak leading development of the Philadelphia 76ers Training Complex on the Camden Waterfront, and Lenfest Hall, the Curtis Institute of Music’s education and student residence building near Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia. He also held leadership positions with three of the largest global architectural firms, completing the $400 million Water Club Hotel at the Borgata in Atlantic City, the $1 billion, 1.2 million square foot UCLA Medical Center, the 72-story US Bank Tower in Los Angeles, and renovation of the Beverly Hills Hotel. In total, Michael has been responsible for over 18 million square feet of office, multifamily, hospitality and institutional construction with a total development value of more than $9 billion.
Michael is a registered architect with a Master’s degree in Real Estate Development from New York University and undergraduate degrees in both Architecture and Finance from Kansas State University.
Randy Johnson joined Keystone in July 2011. As VP & Regional Director for the Southeast Region, he oversees the development, marketing and management of Keystone’s entire office and industrial portfolio in Florida, totaling over 700,000 square feet.
Before joining the Keystone team, Randy spent more than 10 years as the Senior Leasing Representative for Liberty Property Trust (NYSE:LRY), a publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). There he was responsible for the leasing and development of Liberty’s office and industrial portfolio, encompassing nearly 2 million square feet throughout the South Florida market. During his tenure, he completed nearly 5 million square feet of lease transactions and more than 500,000 square feet of acquisitions and new development. Randy’s past experience also includes positions at Cushman & Wakefield of Florida’s Financial Services Group and Colliers International, as well as commercial appraisal experience.
Randy holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the School of Business at Towson University in Baltimore and is a licensed real estate salesperson in Florida. He is also a member of the South Florida Chapter of NAIOP and formerly served on NAIOP’s South Florida Chapter Board of Directors.
Robert Leu joined Keystone in January, 2018, as Regional Director. He is responsible for Keystone’s TriState and Bala Cynwyd portfolios, consisting of 3.2M square feet of Class A, suburban office product situated from Bala Cynwyd to Morristown, New Jersey and through Stamford, Connecticut. Robert is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the assets including redevelopment, finance, property management, and leasing functions.
Robert has extensive experience managing a wide range of assets in multiple class and type categories including Class A and B office, retail, industrial, and flex properties. He regularly negotiates with Lenders and Special Servicers, enforces partnership agreements, and has sold assets directly to end users in markets as varied as Oklahoma, Georgia, Texas, Illinois, and Connecticut. His responsibilities have included management of capital projects, in-house and third party property management and leasing teams, and contractors on a daily basis. Transactional experience includes having personally closed over $1B in real estate transactions and overseeing countless other transactions in a management capacity.
Robert holds a Bachelor of Business Management degree from the University of Massachusetts and currently resides in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, with his wife of 28 years. He previously served as Vice Chairman of the Great Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, on the Board of Directors of the Transportation Management Association of Chester County, and currently sits on the Board of Directors of the non-profit Recycle the World.
Jamie Rash joined Keystone in January 2013 as part of the acquisitions and development team. He is responsible for identifying and underwriting potential acquisition opportunities along the East Coast, along with the day-to-day asset management of those properties. In his brief time at Keystone, Jamie has been involved with the acquisition of approximately 2 million square feet of assets totaling more than $300 million.
Prior to joining Keystone, Jamie worked for two years as an analyst and leasing broker for Scheer Partners, in Rockville, Md. At Scheer, he was the lead underwriter for the acquisition and ground-up development of multiple life science and medical buildings in the Washington, D.C., metro area. In addition, he played a vital role in over 30 leasing transactions totaling approximately 200,000 square feet.
Jamie graduated from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland in 2004. He is proficient in Argus and Microsoft Excel and is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP).
Thomas J. Sklow joined Keystone in October 2014 as Vice President of Development and Leasing. Tom, an industry leader with more than 20 years of experience in real estate development, leasing and management, is responsible for overseeing Keystone’s New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut office properties.
Before joining Keystone, Tom served as a city manager and vice president at Liberty Property Trust where his region encompassed more than 5.4 million square feet comprising 88 office, flex and industrial buildings serving 216 tenants. He also previously held leadership roles at Jones Lang LaSalle and Trammel Crow Company.
In addition to his expertise on the real estate industry and its trends, Tom is a CPA and the recipient of an MBA from New York University, and possesses significant financial and business acumen. He holds a B.S. degree in Accountancy from Villanova University, is a LEED Accredited Professional and holds the prestigious CCIM designation.
Sklow is a board member of the Transportation Management Association of Chester County, and previously served on the boards of the Chester County Economic Development Council and the i2n/Chester County Keystone Innovation Zone.
Kim Tiger joined Keystone in March 2014 as Construction Manager, and is responsible for the management of all Tenant Improvements for Keystone’s Delaware, Philadelphia Region and southern New Jersey portfolios.
Prior to joining the Keystone team, Kim spent 19 years in the property management field, and has over 8 years of experience as both a Project Manager and Estimator for Construction Management firms. Past projects include renovations in the healthcare, historical, industrial and commercial real estate industries.
Kim received her AAS in Construction Management Technology, graduating Summa Cum Laude and has served on the ABC Delaware Chapter Diversity Committee and as a Board Member for the Historical Everett Theatre in Middletown Delaware. She holds a certification in both healthcare and green construction. Kim’s past projects include numerous awards for excellence in construction from both ABC Delaware and DCA.
Jennifer Rosenberg joined Keystone in July 2014 as Development Director. Jennifer is responsible for overseeing the development and redevelopment of Keystone’s portfolio.
Prior to joining the Keystone team, Jennifer spent two years as the Director of Capital Planning for Hersha Hospitality Trust, overseeing the renovation of The Rittenhouse Hotel lobby, guestrooms, and spa. She also served as the owner representative for the opening of the Hyatt Union Square in New York City. In addition, Jennifer served as a Project Coordinator for three years at Artimus Construction, a residential developer and general contractor in Manhattan.
Jennifer completed her graduate studies at the Temple University’s Fox School of Business, where she earned a Master’s of Business Administration. She graduated from George Washington University School of Business with a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing.
Jessica Runyen joined Keystone in March 2015 as Director of Fund Accounting. Jessica reports directly to the Senior Vice President of Finance and assists in all areas related to investor reporting, debt compliance, and review of fund financial statements.
Prior to joining Keystone, Jessica spent 3 years working in the audit practice of Ernst & Young, working on engagements primarily within the real estate industry. She then spent the next 4 years as the Accounting Manager at Hayden Real Estate Investments where she prepared the financial statements for multiple properties and funds, calculated investor preferred returns and distributions, and served as liaison with external auditors and tax accountants.
Jessica graduated from La Salle University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, and in 2015 with a Masters of Business Administration. She is also a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the state of Pennsylvania.
Stacey Dennis joined the Keystone team in March 2014. As Director of Marketing & Communications, Stacey oversees brand management, website and collateral development, and public relations. Among her other duties, Stacey manages the “Keystone Cares” program, an initiative that promotes public outreach and volunteerism within all Keystone portfolio communities.
Stacey has over 15 years of commercial and residential real estate experience. Prior to joining Keystone, Stacey was part of the real estate team for a 267-unit condominium project in Center City Philadelphia. For this key development, she was responsible for all aspects of sales advertising, including design and content, as well as preparation of market projections, subsequent analysis and recommendations. While Stacey was Executive Administrator at Keating Building Corporation, she assisted in marketing efforts for multiple companies under their umbrella, including their environmental division and various commercial uses.
Suzanne Spangler joined Keystone in April 2014 as Director of Financial Reporting. She is responsible for overseeing the Property Controller’s Group and the financial reporting for Keystone’s real estate assets.
Prior to joining the Keystone team, Suzanne spent 6 years at Gramercy Property Trust (formerly Gramercy Capital) as VP of Property Accounting where she managed the property accounting group and the financial reporting for all real estate assets. Prior to their merger with Gramercy Capital she was employed for 8 years at American Financial Realty Trust as Senior Property Controller managing a property accounting team responsible for the monthly reporting of 800+ properties across the United States.
Suzanne received her BBA in Accounting and Computer Science from Temple University.
Michael Gallagher joined Keystone Property Group in June of 2015 as a Property Controller and was promoted to Director of Corporate Accounting. Michael is responsible for overseeing all of the Accounting for the Corporate Entities.
Prior to joining Keystone, Michael spent 6 years working at St. Clair CPA Solutions as an audit and tax supervisor. His responsibilities included overseeing and reviewing financial statement audits, reviews and compilations, reviewing and preparing personal and corporate tax returns, particularly in the services, health care and mortgage banking industries. Michael also assisted in training new staff, as well as presenting continuing professional education seminars.
Michael graduated from DeSales University magna cum laude in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Finance. He is a licensed Certified Public Accounting (CPA) in the state of Pennsylvania. Michael and his fiancé reside in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania and are avid runners and dog lovers.
Sarika joined Keystone in 2014 as a Property Controller and was promoted to Fund Controller. Sarika is responsible for the preparation of financial statements for joint venture and fund entities and related schedules. She is also responsible for coordinating with third party audit and tax preparers for annual statements and returns and assisting with quarterly valuations and investor reporting.
Prior to joining Keystone, Sarika spent 10 years at Katz, Frantz, and Company, a public accounting firm, where she assisted in tax return preparation and financial reporting, as well as office management tasks. Sarika then took a role as Assurance Associate at McGladrey, but was quickly promoted to Senior Audit Associate. She worked for 2 years at this Firm, performing audits for Real Estate, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, and Non-for-Profit clients.
Sarika graduated from the Fox School of Business at Temple University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy. She is a member of Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants and working towards becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
Kevin Lee joined Keystone in June 2016 as Property Controller for The Washington.
Prior to joining Keystone, Kevin worked at The Penn Mutual Towers building (now The Washington) for 13 years performing property accounting for Rubenstein Partners, Onyx Equities, NGKF, Loeb Partners Realty, Broadway Real Estate Partners, and Lincoln Property Company.
Kevin started in real estate accounting 18 years ago with GMH as a Staff Accountant and moved to Arlington, VA to work for LPC as a Senior Staff Accountant, before moving back to the Philadelphia area.
Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from East Stroudsburg University.
Riva Rhodes joined Keystone in July 2013 as a Staff Accountant and advanced into a newly created position as Assistant AP/AR Manager. Riva was promoted to Property Controller in November 2016, where she prepared monthly financial statement reporting and assisted with operating budgets and annual audit preparation. She most recently transitioned to Treasury Manager, where she is responsible for overseeing all cash activity for the Keystone portfolio. She is the liaison between corporate accounting and property accounting, managing all treasury activities of Property Accounting.
Riva has over nine years of diverse accounting experience including positions held at O’Neill Properties and Morgan Properties. Riva is a graduate of Strayer University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, along with her Master’s in Business Administration with a concentration in Project Management.
Chad joined Keystone in November 2016 as a Lease Administrator. He is responsible for processing and maintaining lease agreements for over a dozen properties. Prior to joining Keystone, Chad worked as a Lease Administration Analyst for Jones Lang LaSalle where he was the account lead for clients in the banking and engineering industries and responsible for ensuring the accuracy of monthly financial reports reflecting millions of dollars in rental payments.
Chad obtained his juris doctorate from Duquesne University School of Law and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from The University of Pittsburgh.
Eric Li joined Keystone in January 2008 and currently serves as the Director of Acquisitions. Eric is responsible for the pre-screening, underwriting, financing, and closing for Keystone’s acquisition initiatives.
Prior to joining Keystone, Eric was the asset manager for AMC Delancey Group, where he oversaw a mixed office/retail portfolio of about a million square feet. His earlier real estate experience includes Investment Sales Broker at GMH Capital Partners and Capital Market Associate at Stoltz Real Estate Partners.
Eric obtained his MBA from Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. He graduated from University of International Business and Finance in Beijing with a concentration in International Finance.
Jake Fruncillo is Leasing Director for Keystone Property Group’s Suburban Philadelphia office portfolio. Jake was a Leasing Director for Mack-Cali Realty Corporation for more than 13 years. Prior to this, he was an Assistant Director with Studley, Inc., where he was responsible for business development for tenant representation services. Jake graduated from Fordham University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.
Rich Jones joined Keystone in 2014 as a Leasing Director. Rich is jointly responsible for leasing and marketing Keystone’s Suburban Philadelphia office portfolio.
Prior to joining Keystone, Rich spent eight years as a Leasing Associate and Leasing Director for Mack-Cali Realty Corporation. Before his entry into the commercial real estate industry, Rich owned and operated a commercial painting business for 13 years.
Rich attended the Cornell School of Hotel Administration and holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Villanova University. He an active supporter of the St. Joseph’s Indian School and is a member of the Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation, the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Surfrider Foundation.
Lee Paulding joined Keystone in 2002 as Office Manager, a position that included Human Resources responsibilities; she also assisted in the Management of Keystone’s office building portfolio. In 2005, she transitioned from those responsibilities and joined the Leasing Team. Her current responsibilities as Leasing Director include the leasing and marketing of over one million square feet of office properties in Pennsylvania and Delaware. During her tenure, she has been responsible for over 2.5 million square feet of leasing.
Prior to joining Keystone, Lee worked for notable companies such as Strauss Greenberg Real Estate and 3M.
Lee is a licensed real estate salesperson in Pennsylvania. She enjoys volunteering at the Brothers Homeless Shelter and is an avid cruciverbalist.
Joseph Dyer has been in the Commercial Property Management / Facility Management for 26 years. His responsibilities have varied from Director to Regional Property Manager and for the past 10 years as Senior Facility manager for Vonage. He believes in people first, how you handle your customers and provide them with service and ergonomics is critical to success in this field. He also has experience in leases regionally and internationally, along with project management of regional and international offices. In June 2016, Joseph was promoted from Senior Property Manager to Regional Property Manager at Keystone.
He is a graduate of Lincoln Technical Institute with an HVAC degree and furthered his career as a Chief engineer. He has earned his SMT, SMA and RPA within the BOMI Curriculum and was selected as a proctor for many of the classes within these designations. He is a leader and was recognized for the following, The Toby award in 2000 for the Corporate centers over 350,000 square feet when at SJP Properties, in 2008/2009 was selected as the Best Corporate facility in NJ via the Toby and finally in 2010 he the earned the Toby again for the best Corporate Facility in NJ and went on to win the Best in class for the entire state, the Mid Atlantic regional winner and was runner up internationally.
Vanessa Hantman joined Keystone in August, 2008. Vanessa is responsible for overseeing the operations of 10 Western suburban office buildings totaling 900,000 square feet in the King of Prussia and Wayne, PA areas.
Prior to joining the Keystone team, Vanessa worked for Cushman & Wakefield of PA for 12 years. She began at C&W as a Property Accountant for 2 years and then as a Property Manager for 2 Center City buildings for 10 years.
Vanessa has a BBA in Accounting and Finance from Temple University and has a PA real estate salesperson license.
Samuel Mattei joined Keystone in 2015 as a Senior Property Manager overseeing The Curtis and 100 Independence Mall West.
Prior to joining Keystone Samuel had over 20 years of real estate property and construction management experience in Center City Philadelphia, managing at The Gallery at Market East, The Curtis Center and the BNY Mellon Center working for Reit Management & Research LLC and CBRE.
Samuel earned RPA designation from BOMA International in 2008.
Chris Sacco joined Keystone in January of 2016 as a Property Manager and was promoted to Senior Property Manager. Chris is responsible for Keystone’s Bala Cynwyd portfolio.
Prior to joining Keystone, Chris managed a diverse commercial real estate portfolio for Stoltz Management Company and university facilities for Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science from Purdue University and a Master of Science from Drexel University. He is currently pursuing his RPA designation from BOMA.
Christian Sutton joined Keystone in June 2015 as property manager for our 919 N. Market Street in Wilmington, DE. In 2019, he was promoted to Senior Property Manger and is now responsible for the Florida portfolio. He possesses over 18 years of experience in commercial real estate leasing, management and development, financing, as well as construction management. His experience covers a diversified group of building and use types including; Office, Shopping Center, Retail, Restaurant, Medical, Banking, Tenant Fit-Out, Mixed-Use and Multi-Family residential management and development.
Prior to coming to Keystone, Christian worked for JLL and NAI Geis Realty Group in property management. He has been involved in projects ranging from nonprofit LIHTC residential redevelopment to Class A retail and office development, financing and management. He has worked with numerous government agencies including regional business improvement districts and local historical review boards for projects he has managed and developed. Additionally, Christian has extensive experience in lease administration, CAM auditing, financial analysis and reporting.
Christian holds a BS in Real Estate from The Pennsylvania State University.
Debbie Fay joined Keystone in June of 2014 as Property Manager. Debbie manages the Conshohocken and Blue Bell portfolio of properties.
Debbie has over 20 years of experience in the Facilities/Property Management field, and is currently studying for her Pennsylvania State Real Estate License.
Stefanie Mattina joined Keystone in September 2013 as Property Manager of Westlakes Office Park in Berwyn. Stefanie is responsible for overseeing all operations of the 4 Westlakes buildings totaling 450,000 square feet and forty-seven tenants.
Prior to joining the Keystone team, Stefanie spent five years managing Westlakes as Property Manager for Mack-Cali. In 2012, under Stefanie’s supervision, Westlakes Office Park won the Total Office Building of the Year award for Suburban Office Park – Low Rise from the Building Owners and Managers Association of Philadelphia. Stefanie has over 10 years of Property Management experience and started her career with Brandywine Realty Trust managing Radnor Corporate Center.
Michael McQuaid joined Keystone in August 2013. Michael is responsible for managing the daily operations of 642,868 SF of Class A office space at Rosetree in Media and the Airport Business Center in Tinicum Township.
Prior to joining the Keystone team, Michael worked for 20 years at Raytheon Engineers and Construction as the Eastern Region Facilities Manager where he assisted regional offices with daily operations in Philadelphia, Valley Forge, New York, Lyndhurst and Winston Salem. In addition, Michael served as Property Manager for Mack-Cali Reality for 10 years.
Scott Pomante joined Keystone in February 2007. Scott is responsible for overseeing the operations of 648,000 square feet of commercial office space in Bala Cynwyd (PA), Bryn Mawr (PA), and Moorestown (NJ).
Scott’s began his career with Keystone as an Assistant Property Manager. He was promoted to Property Manager in May 2009. In his time with Keystone, he has managed over 1.2 million square feet of commercial office space in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
Prior to Keystone, Scott worked as a residential property management for Armstrong Management Services in Fairfax, VA
Scott graduated from Randolph-Macon College with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. In 2014, Scott earned his RPA designation through BOMI
Ashley Millwood joined Keystone in July 2015 as Administrative Assistant, supporting the Leasing Directors and VP of Operations. She recently transitioned to Marketing Associate, a well-deserved promotion, in September 2017, and currently works closely with the Marketing Director, assisting in all areas related to marketing, leasing, corporate and tenant events, and employee culture initiatives.
Prior to joining Keystone, Ashley worked for The Seraphin Gallery in Philadelphia, where she managed gallery operations, coordinated exhibitions, prepared marketing materials, and acted as a liaison for several distinguished artists.
Ashley graduated from the University of Alabama in 2010 with a Bachelors of Art in Art History and received her Masters of Art in Art History shortly thereafter.
Michelle Panfile joined Keystone in December of 2005 and is currently one of Keystone’s Executive Administrative Assistants. She works as assistant to Investor Relations and closely with Corporate administration and accounting. Michelle is also a five-term Notary Public and member of the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries.
Prior to joining the Keystone team, Michelle spent ten years as the office manager and principal IT recruiter for Columbus Consulting Corporation.
Annie Coogan joined Keystone Property Group in October 2015 as an Office Assistant with 10 years prior experience in the administrative and customer service field. In June 2017, Annie was promoted to Executive Administrative Assistant with direct support to CEO, Bill Glazer. Additionally, she manages the front desk, handles Keystone’s corporate calls and company mail, and provides various other departments with high-level administrative service.
Annie is a Notary Public and Keystone’s reigning Chili Champ of 2016. She is an active supporter of the Semper Fi Fund and is currently taking classes at Eastern Gateway Community College.
Since 1991, we’ve been creating vibrant and productive communities out of commercial real estate. We acquire, develop, lease and manage real estate, working with office, flex and industrial spaces in major markets throughout the United States. We also work with investors, private equity real estate funds and joint venture partners, overseeing the management, financing, securitization and disposition of all fund assets on their behalf.
Most commercial real estate was built before any of the major shifts in the workplace began to take root. That means today, we have the opportunity to take those buildings and completely reimagine them, integrating technology and creating spaces where wellness and community are a priority.