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Queens Specialist Donovan Joins B6 as Partner

B6 Real Estate Advisors is continuing to build out its territory-management leadership with the appointment of Thomas Donovan as partner and vice chairman. The Queens specialist has been responsible for more than $2 billion of real estate and close to 600 buildings sold throughout his career.

“Tom epitomizes the boots-on-the-ground approach that is at the core of B6’s philosophy,” said Paul Massey, founder and CEO of B6. “He was the first partner at Massey Knakal to lead the company outside of Manhattan, which was the linchpin of the firm’s success. His invaluable knowledge of all things Queens, coupled with our technology-forward platform, will immediately ensure we capture a significant slice of the borough’s market share.”

Donovan most recently served as vice chairman in the capital markets group of Cushman & Wakefield. At Massey Knakal Realty Services, he grew the Queens sales team from two to over 20 people.

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