“Rey, Reggie, and Robb each represent the future direction of Edgemoor and will be critical to our growth,” says Edgemoor President Neal Fleming. “As Edgemoor further differentiates our firm by focusing on the end user throughout the entire project lifecycle it was important to expand our team leadership. With these leaders in development, asset management, and operations we are positioning Edgemoor for future success.”
Rey Sully joins the company as a Development Director and brings over 13 years of experience in commercial real estate development and operations. Rey works in close collaboration with the transaction and development group to drive all aspects of the opportunity – from creating the deal, managing the pursuit process, and managing the project after award. Prior to joining Edgemoor, Rey was a key member of Howard University’s Real Estate Development and Capital Asset Management team. During his tenure, he was responsible for transaction structure and design and transaction management, focused on engaging in mixed-use residential real estate development and land monetization activities on behalf of the University system.
Reggie Thomas joins Edgemoor as a Development Director and works alongside stakeholders across the project lifecycle, from conception through execution and beyond, to develop solutions that meet and exceed expectations and performance goals. Prior to joining the Edgemoor team, Reggie worked in business development at Clark Construction where he utilized his nearly 20 years of industry experience to cultivate and maintain meaningful client and industry relationships. In addition to serving on the NAIOP Virginia Board, he is an active member of the Urban Land Institute, District of Columbia Building Industry Association, and other local industry associations.
Robb Parker comes to the Edgemoor team as an Asset Manager. Robb brings more than 20 years of experience in property and asset management of mixed-use properties held by REITs, private developers, and municipalities. He actively engages with our partners and facility contractors and evaluates every step in the development process to ensure best-in-class service for our clients and optimal, one-of-a-kind environments for their end users. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute and recently served as a community delegate on the Public Arts Advisory Council in Philadelphia.