Roseview’s Vince Costantini Assumes Role as CEO
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Madison Marquette, a leading national real estate investment manager, service provider, developer and operator based in Washington, DC, announced today the closing of its merger with The Roseview Group, a boutique institutional real estate investment and advisory company based in Boston, MA. The closing of this transaction continues Madison Marquette's strategic path forward in growing its platform-- bringing capital markets and corporate advisory capabilities to the company and augmenting Madison Marquette’s national full-service platform. Roseview’s Chief Executive Officer, Vince Costantini, is now serving as CEO of the combined firm.
We are pleased to announce the completion of the Roseview merger and the beginning of Vince’s official engagement as our CEO,” states Amer Hammour, Executive Chairman of Madison Marquette. “Vince brings a formidable industry track record to our leadership team. Before launching Roseview, Costantini was President and COO of Boston Financial, an institutional real estate investment advisor, where he was part of the senior leadership team that doubled assets under management to $7 billion and grew earnings fivefold over five years. He also spent 10 years at General Investment and Development Company, where he began the transformation of the private family investment firm into a multi-billion-dollar institutional pension fund investment advisor.
It is an exciting time to be CEO of Madison Marquette,” states Costantini. “We are transitioning from the company’s legacy as a successful and innovative developer to provide exceptional third-party management and leasing services, as well as informed investment advice and asset management to our clients.” Roseview’s capabilities are fortifying Madison Marquette’s already robust full-service platform. The company brings its distinguished real estate fund management and investment track record, as well as its capital markets expertise raising equity for private real estate companies and investment managers. In addition, Roseview brings its corporate advisory practice, which provides value-added asset management services to corporations with complex real estate portfolios and under-utilized property holdings.
Madison’s recent mergers with Roseview and Houston-based PMRG have allowed us to diversify not only our capabilities and market coverage, but to expand our talent base,” states John Fleury, President of Madison Marquette. “Our growth strategy has not only attracted PMRG, Roseview and Vince as CEO, it increased our ability to better serve our clients --and it is multiplying opportunity for our people to grow their careers.” Fleury concluded.