Castle Lanterra Properties Team Grows with Glantz, Murray & Sheril
Real Estate In-Depth | August 2019
Castle Lanterra Properties, a Suffern-based national real estate investment firm, announced the expansion of its team with the hire of three senior professionals who will fill newly created roles to further elevate service standards for its investment partners and streamline legal proceedings for both corporate and transactional matters.
Specifically, CLP has significantly expanded its investor relations team with the addition of industry veterans Lynn Glantz as Vice President of Investor Relations, and Sandeep Murray as Associate, Investor Relations. CLP has also tapped attorney David Sheril to serve as senior counsel.
The new hires follow a period of rapid expansion for CLP, as the company continues its successful strategy of targeting multifamily and workforce housing investments in strategic growth markets across the U.S. The new investor relations professionals represent a combined 30 years of experience in investment management, marketing and communications. Both will work to strengthen the company’s relationships with external investors and to further its marketing initiatives.
Glantz joins CLP with nearly 20 years of investor relations marketing and fundraising experience, with a focus on private real estate funds. Glantz's background includes positions with multi-billion-dollar real estate investment firms Rockwood Capital and The Praedium Group—where she served as Vice President of Investor Relations — as well as Cantor Fitzgerald and UBS Global Asset Management. As Vice President of Investor Relations at CLP, Glantz will be responsible for overseeing fundraising and marketing initiatives, as well as servicing fund investors.
Murray joins CLP having worked with major institutional investment firms including M&G Real Estate — where she served as the institutional client service manager for clients investing in open-ended direct real estate funds — as well as with Goldman Sachs, AllianceBernstein Global Wealth Management Group and Columbia Threadneedle Investments in London. Over the course of her career, Murray has worked with a wide range of institutional and individual investors including public and private pension plans, financial institutions, sovereign wealth funds, trusts and high-net-worth individuals. As an investor relations associate at CLP, Murray will aid in the coordination of investor communications and reporting.
Sheril joins as CLP’s senior counsel and will work to manage and oversee all legal matters for CLP as it relates to legal guidance for acquisitions, dispositions, and financing. He will also provide support as it pertains to investor relations, and corporate governance. Prior to joining CLP, Sheril was with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP and Hahn & Hessen LLP.