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Bridge Industrial promoted Andrew Hurwitz to market officer for the New York region

Bridge Industrial Names New York Market Officer 

Bridge Industrial has promoted Andrew Hurwitz to market officer, New York region. Hurwitz will lead all aspects of development and acquisition across New York’s five boroughs and Western Long Island. Hurwitz will also be charged with opening and growing Bridge’s first New York office. 

“In his short time here at Bridge, Andrew has achieved so much success in both our Chicago and Seattle regions, where he demonstrated his skill and expertise in growing those offices,” said Steve Poulos, founder and CEO of Bridge Industrial. “There’s no doubt in my mind that Andrew is the perfect person to build the Bridge brand and grow our New York office. Andrew will leverage our NJ/NY track record to expand our development and acquisition pipeline.” 

Hurwitz joined Bridge in January 2018, moving from associate to VP. Before joining Bridge, Hurwitz worked at Jefferies as an industrials investment banking analyst.  

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