Second Story Expands With New Hires

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Second Story Real Estate Management has expanded with three new hires. These additions reflect Second Story’s goal of connecting organizations to the right space or buyer and then simplifying the process through technology, said officials.

“As Chattanooga continues to grow, Second Story could not be more excited for the opportunities to contribute to the vision of the future,” said Tiffanie Robinson, founder and CEO of Second Story. “We welcome Pamela Nease, Anne Najjar and Brian Chadwick to the team. With their collective 50 years of extensive real estate experience, we are stronger as a team and in an excellent position to continue to grow our firm.” 

As a developer, landlord and property manager of a 24,000-square-foot medical office building for the past decade, Ms. Nease took the next step to help other people get the best deals in healthcare real estate. Ms. Nease uses her 17 years of experience in practice development to help providers understand their options in purchasing, selling and leasing real estate. Her goal is to broker the best deal for her clients and then see them achieve their financial goals with their property from the start of the transaction search and valuation to advising them on floor plan efficiency, patient experience and revenue per square foot. Ms. Nease will be mainly working on medical office buildings and medical space with Second Story.

A negotiator with a reputation for creating successful outcomes for investors, tenants and landlords alike, Ms. Najjar brings over 15 years of commercial investment, development and brokerage experience. In 2018, CoStar awarded Ms. Najjar their Power Broker award for being a top broker for the Chattanooga MSA area. Her experience ranges from acquisitions and dispositions to leasing and financial and market analysis for clients. She played a part in the redevelopment of the Southside from acquisitions of historical buildings, becoming knowledgeable on grants, understanding the conservation of buildings and finding tenants to fill the newly refurbished buildings. Ms. Najjar will be mainly working on retail, restaurant, medical and office representation, as well as investment, acquisition and disposition with Second Story.

Mr. Chadwick joined Second Story with 20 years of experience in commercial real estate specializing in the acquisition, disposition and financing of shopping centers and office buildings.  When he was the director of finance and dispositions for a publicly-traded REIT, he was responsible for the underwriting, marketing, negotiating and closing of over $2 billion in property sales and loans. Mr. Chadwick will be mainly working on retail, restaurant and office spaces with Second Story.

Second Story Real Estate Management launched in the fall of 2016. The team manages The Tomorrow Building, 10 North, The Edge, J. Martin Building, 901 Riverfront Parkway, The Lyerly Medical Pavilion II and many other properties. 


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