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John Simone joins Cord Meyer Development as Chief Operating Officer

John Simone, a senior real estate executive with over 30 years of experience in all asset classes, has joined Cord Meyer Development Company as Chief Operating Officer. The announcement was made by Cord Meyer President and Chief Executive Officer Matthew Whalen.

John Simone

“John is an analytical decision maker with proven leadership and organizational skills,” Whalen stated. “I am confident he will strengthen current functions throughout the organization, set and meet new business objectives, and bring his significant real estate expertise to every aspect of Cord Meyer. It’s an honor to welcome John as Chief Operating Officer and I look forward to his many contributions as he assumes responsibility for day-to-day operations.”

A graduate of Bucknell University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Simone began his real estate career as Vice President of the Albanese Organization (Garden City, NY) before joining NAI Long Island (Melville, NY) where he successfully completed millions of square feet of sales and leasing transactions. Acting as Managing Partner, Simone guided the firm’s growth of its brokerage and management services into one of the leading real estate service firms in the tri-state area and orchestrated the successful sale of the company to Cushman & Wakefield in 2019. Most recently, he served as Vice President-Development at Mattone Investors (Westbury, NY), overseeing several large re-positioning projects in Queens, Brooklyn, and Long Island.

“Cord Meyer is actively exploring development opportunities while strengthening its existing assets and marketplace relationships,” concluded Whalen. “More than ever, it is critical that someone with John’s level of senior real estate experience serve as COO. His intricate understanding of all aspects of commercial and residential property will serve us well as John develops and implements the strategies, procedures, and business plans needed to enhance company growth and position Cord Meyer for future success.”

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