Grandbridge Names New Head of Miami Team

Alex Haw’s background includes balance sheet originations, CMBS, debt capital markets and workouts in the real estate and energy sectors.

Alex Haw
Alex Haw, Grandbridge Real Estate Capital

Grandbridge Real Estate Capital appointed Alex Haw as senior vice president and manager of its Miami and Southeast Florida loan origination team.

In this new role, Haw will assist the company in arranging permanent commercial and multifamily real estate loans and servicing loan portfolios, as well as providing advisory services for all types of commercial and multifamily real estate on a national basis.

Ample industry background

Haw joins Grandbridge from TD Bank’s Miami commercial real estate platform, where he led debt originations as market manager. While at TD Bank, he sourced and executed $600 million in construction and term debt originations for multifamily, office, retail and lodging properties, primarily in Florida. He acquired extensive experience in balance sheet originations, CMBS and debt capital markets, as well as workouts in the real estate and energy sectors.

Prior to working at TD Bank, Haw spent 12 years with Bank of America, where he held several senior positions and became familiar with commercial real estate banking, CMBS and real estate special assets. Additionally, he served as vice president of global project finance for Citibank/Salomon Smith Barney in New York, where he structured and syndicated construction financings.

“His commercial real estate background and business development track record, coupled with his debt origination and CRE structuring successes involving some of the largest real estate companies in the southeastern U.S., create a depth of product experience making Alex uniquely suited to this role,” said Matt Rocco, Grandbridge EVP & national production manager, in prepared remarks.

Haw earned a bachelor’s degree from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. He holds an MBA from the University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C., and is an active member of the Urban Land Institute.

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