Andrew “Drew” Maristch
Temple Fox School of Business (Finance)
Thomas Edison State University – B.S. Business Administration & Current Alumni Ambassador
Community College of Philadelphia – A.A. Business
Drew Maristch joins WCRE as Vice President of Corporate Services and Portfolios, bringing nearly 15 years of corporate representation and tenant advisory experience to the firm. He joins a growing leadership team focused on expanding WCRE’s presence in the Southeastern Pennsylvania market.
February 2004 – November 2015
Director of Leasing and Corporate Operations | Broder Bros., Co. dba alphabroder
During a 12-year tenure with this billion dollar distribution company, Maristch managed a diverse national real estate portfolio consisting of warehouse, call center, corporate office and retail space. His responsibilities included selection, space planning, contract negotiation, relocation, expansion, subleasing, and property management. He laid the foundation for and served as sole architect of the Broder Bros., Co. real estate department, and structuring of all corporate service functions such as tracking OPEX, collaborating with accounting/finance on annual CAM reconciliation and budgeting for maintenance and upkeep. His negotiation skills, creativity, and extensive understanding of respective rights and obligations in landlord-tenant disputes insulated the organization from the cost and disruption of litigation.
December 1993 – June 2002
Senior Manager | MCS Management Services
Drew was part of a five-person implementation team for a new division providing outsourced facilities and corporate services. During his tenure Drew successfully installed several start-up accounts for many prestigious architectural, legal, investment banking, insurance, and pharmaceutical clients.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Tenant representation, Landlord and Property Management, Corporate relocations, Real Estate Tax Abatements
Pennsylvania and New Jersey licensure for real estate practices
Drew currently sits on the Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter Board of Directors and has organized and promoted several charity ice hockey events to benefit Alzheimer’s Association and has served on the organization’s development committee. Currently he is active on the Cherry Hill Township Citizen’s Council.
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