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“One Minute With…” Alexandra Stockman, Portfolio Manager

May 16, 2024


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“One Minute With…” Alexandra Stockman, Portfolio Manager

A FEW MINUTES WITH ALEXANDRA STOCKMAN OF CORE INVESTMENTS, INC.

Alexandra Stockman is a Portfolio Manager at Core. She joined the company in February 2024.

 

What do you actually do for Core?

I’m helping with our leasing efforts with a focus on our On the Dot® portfolio. I’m a member of the Asset Services Team. I put together LOIs [letters of intent} for lease renewals along with brand-new leases. Maintaining good connections with previous and new tenants will be an ongoing effort of our community mission at Core. Communicating with Cushman & Wakefield, our property management team, also plays an important role.

 

Alexandra, what did you do before Core?

I was at JLL, and I was in property management of office and lab space in Newton. Before that, I was with Walker and Dunlop on a loan servicing team for multi-family deals.

 

Where did you go to school?

I went to Stonehill College, in Easton, Massachusetts. I got a degree in Business and Marketing.

 

And where did you grow up?

Walpole, Massachusetts.

 

Where do you live now?

I live in the Seaport in Boston. 

 

With a good view, I presume?

Yeah, any view with water included is in my book.

 

What do you do to have fun when you’re not working?

I like spin classes. Fitness. I spend time with friends. I like to cook as well.

 

What’s a favorite place of yours in the Boston area?

The Seaport, honestly.

 

Do you have a favorite restaurant there?

I would say LoLa 42.


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