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Marcy Gross Appointed President of Sheldon Gross Realty

Marcy Gross joined company in 1988; most recently headed its property management operations

Marcy Gross has been named the new president of West Orange-based Sheldon Gross Realty. Most recently the company’s executive vice president, Gross assumes the role most recently held by her father, Sheldon Gross, who established the agency in 1962 and now serves as chairman of the company’s board of directors.

As president, Gross is responsible both for strategic direction and day-to-day operations. She oversees all aspects of real estate sales and property management for the company’s corporate, commercial, industrial, retail, and residential clients

“Heading up this company that’s been so much a part of my life provides many rewards,” Gross says. “From a business perspective, what’s particularly intriguing is the breadth of our operations. In addition to leasing and selling multiple types of commercial real estate, we also manage a range of different properties. Many companies specialize — but we’ve always had a different vision. Our team’s expertise is extremely varied, and I’m pleased to say this business model has been quite successful for us.”

Gross joined Sheldon Gross Realty in 1988 as sales associate. As executive vice president – a role she held for 25 years – her primary responsibilities related to directing the company’s property management efforts. Throughout her career, she has managed a total of one million square feet of corporate, industrial, warehouse, and residential properties, while also providing real estate consultation services.

A graduate of University of Hartford, with a degree in Mental and Social Health Services and Allied Professions, Gross earned her real estate broker’s license from the Professional School of Business. She is an active member of several business organizations, including Executive Association of New Jersey and the West Orange Chamber of Commerce.

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