Reiver Joins New York P.E. Firm Savanna

Mar 18 2013 | 12:11pm ET

New York-based real estate private equity manager Savanna has hired Brian Reiver as director of leasing.

Reiver, who has more than 11 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, comes to Savanna from Jones Lang LaSalle, where he served as vice president, working in both the landlord agency and tenant representation business units. His experience has included office and retail leasing, property redevelopment and repositioning, site identification and selection, as well as interfacing with the brokerage community.

In his new position, Reiver will be responsible for supervising leasing across Savanna’s office portfolio, directly handling transactions with existing tenants in addition to overseeing efforts in securing new tenants in conjunction with third party brokers. Reiver will also be responsible for tenant relations.

Formed in 1992, Savanna is an institutional real estate private equity firm and asset management company based in New York City and run by managing partners Christopher Schlank and Nicholas Bienstock. Since inception, Savanna has invested more than $2.6 billion in total capital across 17.3 million square feet of real property across multiple asset classes and locations, representing $3.8 billion in total capitalization.


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