BOSTON–Redgate, a real estate investment, advisory, and owners’ representation firm, announced a series of key promotions across the firm. These promotions reflect Redgate’s commitment to the growth and development of its core leadership team as well as the continued expansion of Redgate’s platform across all client categories of institutions, corporations, and investors.
Redgate’s recent promotions follow several strategic senior hires for the firm, including Laura Gregoriadis as Chief Financial Officer, Brian Mueller as Vice President of Asset Management, and Sharon Lavery as Senior Director of Human Resources and Culture. Headquartered in Boston, the firm has 57 employees across its Mid-Atlantic, Raleigh-Durham and Boston offices. With the addition of Gregoriadis and Lavery, Redgate’s team is now 33% women.
Redgate’s promotions span the company’s Mid-Atlantic, Raleigh-Durham, and Boston offices and include:
Reid Joseph – Reid Joseph has been promoted to Principal at Redgate. As Principal, Reid will be an integral member of Redgate’s leadership team, shaping the firm’s strategic vision and market-centric growth strategy. Reid leads the firm’s acquisitions initiative, sourcing and executing new value-add and development projects. Reid has proven his ability to identify attractive investment opportunities and negotiate effective equity and debt financing solutions. Leveraging his approach and strong industry relationships, Reid will build on his success growing the firm’s investment management platform, which he has already expanded across multiple product types and geographies.
Kristi Dowd – Kristi Dowd has been promoted to Executive Vice President. As lead for Redgate’s Institutional Services, Kristi oversees delivery of owner’s representation services for clients across the healthcare, higher education, and public-sector real estate markets. Kristi has been recognized as an industry leader throughout her 20+ year career, participating in industry organizations such as Professional Women in Construction that promote DEI in real estate, and serving on the Medford Community Development Board. Kristi leverages her diverse expertise to guide large institutional clients like Boston Medical Center through complex feasibility analyses, master planning, entitlements, alternative project delivery methods, and capital project execution.
Alex Dubanowitz – Alex Dubanowitz has been promoted to Executive Vice President. As leader of Redgate’s Corporate Services, Alex has worked on many of Boston’s most high-profile tenant improvement projects. He leads teams that oversees project schedules, budget development and management, design and construction oversight, logistical coordination, reporting, stakeholder coordination, and neighborhood outreach. Alex’s 20+ years of experience in civil, geotechnical, environmental engineering and project management has helped establish Redgate as an industry leader in commercial tenant interior fit-outs and grown Redgate’s Corporate Services business line substantially.
Peter DeLuca – Peter DeLuca has been promoted to Executive Vice President and co-lead of Redgate’s Investor Services. Peter leads the programming, design, and construction phases of some of the country’s largest office and life science investor projects throughout the Boston, Mid-Atlantic and Raleigh-Durham regions. Peter has been a key leader in Redgate’s expansion to the Mid-Atlantic and Raleigh-Durham markets.
Redgate is also pleased to announce that Bill Rowland has been promoted to Vice President, Kevin “KP” Porter has been promoted to Assistant Project Manager, and Caroline Stanton has been promoted to HR Generalist and Senior Office Manager.
“We are delighted to recognize the achievements of these individuals, all of whom have played an integral role in Redgate’s success,” said Kyle Warwick, Founding Principal of Redgate. “At Redgate, we prioritize investing in our diverse and best in class team as we look to an ambitious growth trajectory for 2023 and beyond.”