What do you like about the corporate culture of HPI?
Heritage Properties is not just an office we come to each day to do our work, check the box and go home. We are all working together to achieve the same goal and are willing to do whatever it takes to make that happen. HPI is small enough to put that personal touch on everything we do with our employees and clients but still a major player in the industry. HPI takes pride in the ability to create a work life balance and understands the importance of family.
Which is the best vacation you’ve ever had in your life?
I am lucky enough to take the best vacation of my life each year. My parents own a house on a small lake in upstate New York that has been part of the family for decades. Every August my family and I head to the lake to spend a week with no TV, no internet and no cell phones. I have some of the most amazing memories from my childhood at the lake and now I get to make new memories with my wife and three kids.
Please name a person who has had a tremendous impact on your life.
I would have to say my Grandfather as he is simply an amazing person. Throughout his life his he has always been an entrepreneur who has done anything it takes to make the business successful. He has been involved with everything from owning a diner, and being the short order cook, to a residential real estate developer. He is a self-starter that is never afraid to take risks or try something new if he is passionate about the journey. At 90 years old he is still buying, selling and flipping houses in Tennessee. He says it keeps him young.
Carl joined Heritage Properties, Inc. in April, 2007 as the Assistant Building Manager. In January of 2009, Carl was promoted to Buildings Manager for the Heritage Portfolio of approximately 2,000,000 square feet.
Originally from New York, Carl worked as a Project Manager for Henry Restoration Ltd. He specialized in restoring historic land marks on Long Island. Carl also spent his free time volunteering as a youth lacrosse coach.
He is an active member of the Buildings Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) as well as the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP).
Carl earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management from Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania. In 2011, he completed BOMA’s Real Property Administrator program and received his R.P.A. designation.