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Mark IV Capital has appointed Justin Basie as president of real estate

Mark IV Capital Appoints President of Real Estate to Grow Development

In a move to grow its industrial and mixed-use developments in many of its seven markets across five U.S. states, Mark IV Capital has appointed Justin Basie as president of real estate. Basie will oversee this initiative, as well as the acquisitions, dispositions and asset management of Mark IV Capital’s real estate portfolio.

“The opportunity for state-of-the-art properties continues to grow exponentially in the Western U.S., particularly in our markets across Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, and Northern California,” said Evan Slavik, CEO of Newport Beach-based Mark IV Capital. “Justin is poised to meet and exceed our growth targets while nimbly adapting to market shifts – a skill he has demonstrated consistently over his nearly 20-year career in development and capital investment.”

Basie will oversee all of Mark IV Capital’s investment markets. He will liaise with regional senior leaders to achieve the firm’s development targets while maintaining its commitment to sustainability and local/regional social impact.

Pictured: Justin Basie.


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