VOL. 110 | NO. 35 | Tuesday, February 20, 1996
02-20 Real briefs
Ben Antwine, an asset manager of retail properties with Belz Enterprises, has earned professional accreditation as a Certified Shopping Center Manager (CSM) from the International Council of Shopping Centers. He is the first Belz employee to receive this distinction. Antwine, who has been with Belz for nine years, is responsible for the operations at all Belz shopping centers and factory outlet malls. Belz has more than 20 million square feet of developed property including more than 40 shopping complexes, ranging from community shopping centers to regional malls, as well as industrial, office and residential developments.
Dr. Robert Kaiser of the University of Memphis has been elected president of the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis. Other officers include vice president Bryan LeBlanc of BellSouth, secretary Ken LaMore of Leader Federal Bank for Savings and treasurer Hannibal Parks of Westley & Associates Inc. New board members include Christy Clark and Robert Cole of the U.S. Postal Service, University of Memphis graduate student Catherine Hamilton, community volunteers Rose Klimek and Harleyn Lee, attorneys Randall P. Salky and Rita Stotts, and A. Ricky Smith of Phillip Morris U.S.A.
A course on the leasing and management of office buildings will be held April 20-26 at the East Memphis Hilton Hotel. The revised course explores office building marketing, leasing, management and operations. It addresses the range of skills needed for office building management and developing marketing and leasing programs, including identifying regional trends, demographics in the trade area and markets to explore. For more information, contact the Institute of Real Estate Management at (800) 837-0706, ext. 4405.
Ethics in real estate management will be the topic of a course offered April 25 at the Memphis Board of Realtors, 6393 Poplar Ave. For more information, call Marina Higdon at 345-7620, ext. 325.