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Vestar Names Property Management VP for West Coast 

Shopping center owner/manager Vestar has appointed Eddie Ollmann as VP of property management for its West Coast region, comprising more than 30 properties totaling nearly 11 million square feet.  He will be based in Vestar’s regional office located in Long Beach. 

Ollmann brings a wealth of experience and expertise to Vestar, having spent 16 years in leadership roles with companies such as Irvine Company, Westar Associates and Westfield Malls. 

“Eddie brings a remarkable depth of experience and a proven track record in property management to our organization,” said Patrick McGinley, president of management services at Vestar. “His leadership, industry knowledge and dedication to excellence aligns perfectly with our company’s values, and we are confident that he will play a vital role in advancing our mission and serving our clients.” 


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