New York—Investment sales veteran Adelaide Polsinelli has joined Eastern Consolidated as a senior director to focus on a broad and diversified range of investment opportunities.
Teaming with her will be Robert Khodadadian, who is coming to Eastern Consolidated after heading his own commercial real estate brokerage, Skyline Properties, for the past 8 years. Before that, he was a sales director at Massey Knakal. Khodadadian has been named an Eastern Consolidated associate director.
Polsinelli, who most recently served as an associate vice president at Marcus & Millichap, has sold over 800 properties, totaling over $4 billion in sales, in every asset class from multi-family, retail and office to SRO’s, IMD’s, unsold shares, retail condos, loans, note sales, hotels, development and garages.
Among her most noteworthy transactions include the “Children’s Wear” office building in Midtown, the “Stefano Ricci” retail flagship on Park Avenue, the “Knitting Factory” building in Tribeca, the “Le Figaro Café” building on Bleecker Street, the “Interior Design Building” in Midtown East, the former “Chemist Club” which is now the “Dylan Hotel” on 41st Street, a 10-building/multi-family package in Astoria, and the development site now known as “Eastbridge Landing” at First Avenue and 34th Street. She is also credited with a $200 million hotel development on Broadway in midtown.
At Skyline Properties, Khodadadian specialized in off-market transactions. He was involved in nearly $100 million worth of these transactions involving a wide range of property types, including commercial, multifamily and mixed-use buildings.