REAL ESTATE

Trademark Property names chief development officer

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Fort Worth, Texas — Trademark Property announced that Tony Chron has rejoined the company as chief development officer, effective April 15.

“Bringing Tony back is an important investment in our development capacity,” said Trademark chairman-CEO Terry Montesi. Chron will oversee Trademark’s power and community center development program as well as the company’s redevelopment efforts.

He joins Trademark from Houston-based Weingarten Realty where he was regional director of development. Prior experience includes directing real estate expansion for national retailer Michaels as VP of real estate, as well as for Pier One where he served as director of real estate. Chron also was a senior partner with Trademark, serving as executive VP of development from 1997-2009.

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Marcus & Millichap names regional manager

BY CSA STAFF

Chicago — Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services said it has named Stephen Rachman as regional manager of its Chicago O’Hare office.

Rachman began his career at Marcus & Millichap in 2002 as an agent in the firm’s Chicago O’Hare office and, in 2004, relocated to the Chicago Downtown office. Named senior associate in 2005, and then VP investments in March 2013, Rachman returned to the Chicago O’Hare office in March.

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Blink Fitness to debut new New Jersey club

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Lodi, N.J. — Charter Realty & Development said that Blink Fitness will open a 20,000-sq.-ft. facility in Lodi, N.J.

The fitness facility operator has grown to 13 locations in the New York Tri-State area, with another approximately 15 openings scheduled over the next 12 months.

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