DC-Based Retail REIT Appoints New VP

Bryan Furze joins Federal Realty as vice president of asset management for the company’s Northeast region.
Bryan Furze, Federal Realty Investment Trust

Bryan Furze, Federal Realty Investment Trust

Boston—Rockville, Md.-based Federal Realty Investment Trust recently announced the hiring of Bryan Furze as vice president of asset management for the company’s Northeast region. Based in Somerville, Mass., he will oversee the performance of the firm’s Boston and New York core portfolios, which include 19 properties totaling in excess of 3 million square feet. Furze will report to Jeffrey Mooallem, senior vice president & managing director of core portfolio.

With more than 15 years of experience in the retail real estate industry, Furze most recently worked for Linear Retail Properties, serving as the company’s vice president of asset management & development. Prior to Linear, his positions included vice president of Waltham-based Crosspoint Associates and assistant vice president of marketing with Meredith & Grew.

Furze holds a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame and is the chairman of New England government relations for the International Council of Shopping Centers.

“Bryan has a diverse background in all aspects of retail asset management, including development, leasing and entitlements, which fits perfectly with what we are trying to accomplish in the Core Division,” said Mooallem in a prepared statement.

With a portfolio spanning from Washington, D.C., to Boston on the East coast and also active in San Francisco and Los Angeles, Federal Realty Investment Trust is an owner, operator, manager, developer and redeveloper of high-quality retail real estate.

Other recent management changes include the departure of CFO James Taylor, who took over the helm at Brixmor Property Group in May.