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Vision Real Estate Partners Expands Management and Construction Platforms

| March 17, 2015 | 0 Comments
Matt Disousa and Stephan Dicke

Matt Disousa and Stephan Dicke

Vision Real Estate Partners
49 Bloomfield Ave.
Mountain Lakes, NJ 07046

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Seasoned Professionals Join Firm to Head Growth of In-House Capabilities

MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J., March 17, 2015 – Vision Real Estate Partners has announced the expansion of Vision Management and Vision RE Construction. The appointments of seasoned professionals Stephan Dicke and Matthew DiSousa to lead these in-house platforms, respectively, responds to the firm’s continued expansion and focus on growing its property management, asset management, construction and development capabilities, according to Ross Chomik, managing partner.

Based in Mountain Lakes, Vision Real Estate Partners is a local, full-service real estate owner/operator. The company currently is developing more than 2 million square feet of space, and owns and manages over 125 acres of land parcels available for mixed-use and build-to-suit opportunities in the region.

“We are augmenting our vertically integrated capabilities to offer the highest level of in-house expertise and services, as sought today by both tenants and capital partners,” Chomik noted. “Just as importantly, these platforms are being led by top industry professionals that recognize who we are and where we are going.”

Stephan Dicke is heading Vision Management with a 12-member staff that provides full property and asset management services for the Vision Real Estate Partners portfolio and select third-party assignments. Through previous positions with CBRE and Newmark Grubb Night Frank, Dicke has served household-name clients like RREEF, Principal Real Estate Investors and The Hampshire Companies.

“To come to this growing, highly entrepreneurial company and set up a brand-new division is an incredible opportunity,” Dicke said. “This is a group that is not afraid to do things differently but is savvy enough to seek a formalized division with stable policies and procedures. I look forward to drawing on my corporate background as we continue to evolve the platform.”

Vision RE Construction, offering general contracting services for projects of all sizes, has evolved from a company division to a stand-alone entity. It is being led by Matthew DiSousa, a seasoned construction management professional whose experience in general contracting began as a carpenter’s apprentice at age 16 and spans every level from foreman to project supervisor and general supervisor. Previously, he was an executive, overseeing tenant improvement and capital expenditure projects at Corporate Construction Services, a firm with nearly 1 million square feet in projects annually. In recent years, the company handled nearly all of Vision Real Estate Partners’ tenant fit-out work.

“Bringing the full construction cycle in-house provides a greater level of control when it comes to budgeting, sourcing and managing projects,” DiSousa explained. “With the amount of activity Vision Real Estate Partners has in the pipeline, it is a great strategic move for the firm. And it provides me with the chance to gain knowledge and experience in larger-scale development and renovation work.”

Vision Real Estate Partners is well known for its deep roots and experience in the New Jersey/New York regional marketplace, and for its track record of identifying properties with great potential and transforming them into superior assets. Its high-profile projects include the recently redeveloped and rebranded Crossings at Jefferson Park office campus in Whippany and 67 Whippany Road in Whippany, where the firm developed Bayer’s new East Coast headquarters.

 

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