Compiled by Linda Collins
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
NEW YORK CITY — Eastern Consolidated reports that investment sales veteran Adelaide Polsinelli has joined the firm as a senior director to focus on a diversified range of investment opportunities.
Teaming up with her will be Robert Khodadadian, who is joining Eastern as an associate director after heading his own commercial real estate brokerage, Skyline Properties, for the past eight years.
Both will be “actively and aggressively working in Brooklyn,” according to Daun Paris, Eastern Consolidated’s president, who made the announcement. Both are also members of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY).
“We are very excited to welcome both Adelaide and Robert to our company during this exciting growth period when our specialty — off-market commercial real estate deals — have turned red-hot,” said Paris.
Before forming his own firm, Khodadadian was a sales director at Massey Knakal Realty Services. At Skyline, he specialized in “quiet deals” — off-market transactions designed to provide a seller with total discretion and a buyer with a valuable asset. He was involved in nearly $100 million worth of these transactions involving a wide range of property types, including multifamily, mixed-use and commercial.
During her 25-year real estate career, Polsinelli, who was most recently an associate vice president at Marcus & Millichap, has sold more than 800 properties (including many in Brooklyn) totaling over $4 billion in sales in every asset class from multi-family, retail and office to hotels, development sites and garages.