Capital Square promotes asset management execs
Chris Hirth, Jerad Nielsen climb ladder
Henrico-based real estate investment firm Capital Square has promoted Chris Hirth to senior vice president of asset management and Jerad Nielsen to vice president of asset management, the company announced Tuesday.
Hirth joined the firm in 2016 as an asset manager and is responsible for oversight of Capital Square’s portfolio of apartment properties throughout the southeastern United States. Before joining Capital Square, he was a senior real estate manager at CBRE and, prior to that, he spent four years at PRG Real Estate. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business management from Virginia Tech.
Nielsen joined Capital Square in 2018 as an asset manager as well and his main responsibilities include management of net-leased medical, office, industrial and retail properties across the country. Before joining the firm, he was a senior portfolio manager at Cushman & Wakefield. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Virginia Commonwealth University.
“Hirth and Nielsen have mastered the art of asset management,” Louis Rogers, founder and CEO of Capital Square said in a statement. “Under their watch, real estate assets have grown to over $4 billion from 128 individual properties. Their portfolios have performed well above projected pro forma in spite of a global pandemic that closed material portions of the economy.”