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Edward Maher and Matthew Pullen have been appointed to key leadership position with Newmark’s Boston capital markets group.

Newmark Promotes Edward Maher, Matthew Pullen to Key Leadership Roles

Newmark has promoted Edward Maher to executive vice chairman and co-head of Boston capital markets and Matthew Pullen to vice chairman of Newmark’s Boston capital markets group.

Maher and Pullen will focus on a strategic office and life science capital markets expansion into East Coast gateway markets.

“Newmark is committed to recruiting and retaining top real estate investment advisors to support our capital markets practice in all key markets,” said Newmark chief revenue officer Lou Alvarado. “Woody and Matt have demonstrated exceptional depth of client relationships, unique sector insight, superlative transaction execution capabilities and have been an integral part of our capital markets growth.”

Notable transactions completed by Newmark’s Boston capital markets group in the past two years include the $1.5-billion recapitalization of 401 Park / 201 Brookline, the $1.2-billion recapitalization of 50 + 60 Binney Street, the $815-million sale of Charles Park and the $710-million recapitalization of The Innovation and Design Building.

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