Greenberg Gibbons Promotes Tracey Holehan to Senior Vice President & Director of Leasing

Owings Mills, Md. (February 28, 2022)Greenberg Gibbons, one of the Mid-Atlantic region’s premier investors, developers, and managers of retail, mixed-use and flex properties, announced today that it has promoted Tracey Holehan to Senior Vice President & Director of Leasing.

“Tracey embodies our company’s values and has been instrumental in supporting our growth,” said Eric Walter, President of Greenberg Gibbons. “We are proud to recognize and reward Tracey’s contributions as an essential leader on our leasing team.”

In her new role, Holehan will lead the vision and strategy of the leasing team to help meet Greenberg Gibbons’ continued goals across its portfolio of properties. She serves as a representative of the Innovative Commerce Serving Communities (ICSC) and is a well-known, respected member of the commercial real estate industry.

“Tracey has been instrumental in bringing key retailer and restaurant operators to our portfolio and will now expand her duties to include anchor tenant leasing,” said Mark Bomse, Executive Vice President of Operations, Marketing, & Leasing. “I have every confidence Tracey will continue to grow as one of the Mid Atlantic’s top deal makers.”

Holehan brings over a decade of experience in executing high-profile leases for the company’s signature destinations. Prior to joining Greenberg Gibbons, Holehan worked for CBRE’s Baltimore Tenant Representation Services Group where she oversaw site selection for retailers looking to relocate to the Baltimore/Washington area.

About Greenberg Gibbons

Celebrating more than 50 years of success, Greenberg Gibbons is one of the East Coast’s premier developers, investors, and owners of mixed-use, retail, and flex/R&D properties. The company has developed and managed a portfolio of more than 10.6 million square feet of properties. Its signature projects include the award-winning Hunt Valley Towne Centre, Annapolis Towne Centre, Waugh Chapel Towne Centre, Foundry Row, and Towson Row. For more information, visit