New York P.E. Firm Savanna Names New Director Of Leasing

Sep 15 2011 | 2:03pm ET

New York-based real estate and private equity firm Savanna has hired Todd E. Korren as principal, director of leasing.

Korren, with over 26 years of experience in the real estate and construction industries, including stints at the Witkoff Group, Insignia/ESG (now CB Richard Ellis) and StructureTone, comes to Savanna from Swig Equities.

In his new position, Korren will be responsible for leasing activity, tenant relations and promoting the Savanna portfolio within the brokerage community. Savanna says it will continue to engage third-party real estate brokerage and property management firms on each of the buildings within its portfolio while Korren will coordinate leasing activities with these firms and work directly with existing tenants within the Savanna portfolio.

“Todd is a very talented real estate professional whose excellent reputation and breadth of experience in commercial leasing will be a tremendous asset to Savanna as our New York City portfolio and leasing volume continues to grow,” said Nicholas Bienstock, a managing partner of Savanna. “


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