Finmarc Management Inc. promoted Sean Sullivan to executive vice president.
Previously vice president, Sullivan has more than 17 years of diversified business and real estate experience and has worked with the company since 2010.
Sullivan is responsible for all acquisition and disposition activities for Finmarc Management throughout the mid-Atlantic region, as well as overseeing the asset management and leasing functions for the company’s nearly 7 million square foot office and retail portfolio.
Earlier this year, Finmarc revealed its intentions to acquire $350 million worth of commercial real estate assets in 2021. The company is focusing on pursuing under-performing properties that provides the company opportunities to build value with its proven leasing and asset management tactics.
ABOUT SEAN SULLIVAN
Glover Park, Washington
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in accounting from the University of Richmond. Spiders, baby!
If you had not chosen your current profession, what profession would you choose and why?
If I had any talent I would write comedy for SNL or a show in Hollywood. I admire the creativity of people who can think up humorous scenarios and create a funny setting that an audience can relate to. The same goes for stand-up comedians too– some of those people are true geniuses, in the entertainment sense.
I recently spent a week in Nantucket with my siblings. It is fast becoming my favorite place to spend time at during the summer. In the winter, you can usually catch me spending a week or two in Palm Springs, California. Clearly, I am not a fan of the cold.
When I want to relax, I … :
Watch any DC sports team lose! Joking, of course. As a native Washingtonian, I am an avid DC sports fan. Let’s just say the Nationals winning the 2019 World Series was very special.
When I am not working, I am on the golf course. It really is my happiest place. My game could be better, but being on the golf course at the golden hour, it does not get much better than that.
“You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave” – From the song, “Hotel California,” by the Eagles