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Sandra King has been promoted to assistant director of property management-commercial division at Continental Realty Corporation in Baltimore, MD.

Sandra King Climbs the Property Management Ladder at Continental Realty Corporation

Baltimore, MD-based Continental Realty Corporation, a real estate investment and management company with a portfolio value exceeding $3.3 billion, has promoted Sandra King to assistant director of property management-commercial division. King joined the company in 2019 and was formerly senior property manager-commercial division.

In her expanded role, King will be responsible for overseeing all property management functions of Continental Realty Corporation’s commercial portfolio of mixed-use projects, office buildings and shopping centers in the MD region, as well as all team members assigned to these projects. Her duties include managing day-to-day building operations, supervising third-party vendors that provide maintenance and support for the projects, directing tenant relations, creating and executing budgets, overseeing improvement strategies and assuring the long-term value of each asset.

King, who has approximately 20 years of directly related property management experience, previously held management level positions with The Rappaport Companies, Federal Realty Investment Trust and Divaris Real Estate.


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