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Reid Joseph has been promoted to principal at Redgate in Boston, MA, while Kristi Dowd, Peter DeLuca and Alex Dubanowitz have been promoted to EVP positions.

Redgate Promotes Reid Joseph to Principal, Elevates Trio to EVP Roles

Boston, MA based Redgate — a real estate investment, advisory and owners’ representation firm — has promoted Reid Joseph to principal. Reid will be an integral member of Redgate’s leadership team and will work on shaping the firm’s strategic vision and market-centric growth strategy. He leads the firm’s acquisitions initiative by sourcing and executing new value-add and development projects.

Redgate has also promoted Kristi Dowd, Peter DeLuca and Alex Dubanowitz to EVP positions.

As lead for Redgate’s institutional services, Dowd oversees delivery of owner’s representation services for clients across the healthcare, higher education, and public-sector real estate markets.

As co-lead of Redgate’s investor services DuLuca leads the programming, design and construction phases large projects.

As lead for Redgate’s corporate services, Dubanowitz manages teams that oversee project schedules, budget development and management, design and construction oversight, logistical coordination, reporting, stakeholder coordination, and neighborhood outreach.

Redgate has 57 employees across its Mid-Atlantic, Raleigh-Durham and Boston offices; women make up 33% of the company’s team.

Photo, top: Joseph
Photo, bottom, l-r: Dowd, DeLuca, Dubanowitz


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