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Former ICSC honcho Rudolph Milian launches retail real estate consultancy

Rudolph E. Milian, former senior staff vice president of the International Council of Shopping Centers and a retail real estate development executive, has launched Woodcliff Realty Advisors LLC.

RUDOLPH MILIAN
RUDOLPH MILIAN

The full-service management consultancy brings together a group of retail and real estate professionals and experts to serve shopping center companies, retailers, commercial real estate organizations, communities and investors worldwide.

Among the services provided are development, project management and tenant coordination, operations, leasing, finance, research, lease accounting, data verification, analytics technology, marketing and public relations, all with the goal of helping clients maximize the value of their projects.

“To succeed today, retail and real estate companies operate with as lean and efficient an organization as possible. But there are occasions when an outside point of view or additional advice is needed to advance to the next level,” said Milian, president and CEO.

“Whether clients are looking to do a major acquisition, complete the re-development of a project, create a business plan or issue a press release, they can benefit from the decades of experience and expertise of some of the most forward-thinking and successful experts in the industry.”

Depending on the client’s needs, Woodcliff will call upon appropriate affiliated consultants who will work together to achieve goals.

The initial line-up of consultants consists of: G. Lamont Blackstone, principal of G.L. Blackstone & Associates; Ronald L. Braun, president of RLBraun Consulting, LLC; George Caraghiaur, managing member, Energy & Sustainability Services LLC; Debra Hazel, president of Debra Hazel Communications.

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