Greenberg Gibbons Announces Two Promotions and a New Hire to Corporate Team

Michelle SchifferOwings Mills, Md.
(March 20, 2012) — Greenberg Gibbons, the Baltimore-based retail development company, announced two promotions, as well as a new addition to its corporate team.

Michelle Schiffer has been promoted to Vice President and Assistant Director of Asset Management. Ms. Schiffer has served as Asset Manager for the company since 2007. In addition to expanding her leadership responsibilities, Ms. Schiffer will continue to oversee the property management, leasing and marketing of several of Greenberg Gibbons’ mixed use and retail properties, including Hunt Valley Towne Centre and Annapolis Towne Centre. Prior to joining Greenberg Gibbons, she worked for 20 years at The Rouse Company.

Matthew Mitthenthal has also been promoted to Vice President and Assistant Director of Asset Management. Mr. Mitthenthal, who previously served as Asset Manager for Greenberg Gibbons, joined the company in 2002 as a property management and lease administration associate. While expanding his leadership role, Mr. Mittenthal will continue to oversee the property management, leasing and financial analysis for several of the company’s properties, including Waugh Chapel Towne Centre and the proposed Foundry Row at Owings Mills.

Greenberg Gibbons has also announced that Melody Widener is rejoining the company to be Director of Lease Administration and Financial Analysis. In this role, Ms. Widener will lead financial analysis, including budgeting and forecasting. Previously, Ms. Widener spent eight years in lease administration at Greenberg Gibbons, and most recently worked as a Lease Administrator for M. Leo Storch Management Corporation.

“Together, Michelle, Matt and Melody bring valuable managerial skills to Greenberg Gibbons,” said Brian Gibbons, Chairman and CEO of Greenberg Gibbons. “They will be important leaders as our company continues to expand and pursue new growth and opportunities.”