Commonwealth Commercial Partners announces promotion, hires
Thomas Hatcher, Hunter Huber and F. Gresham “Gresh” Wall III assume new roles
Richmond-based commercial real estate firm Commonwealth Commercial Partners has announced one promotion and two new hires.
Thomas Hatcher has been promoted to managing director of asset management; Hunter Huber has been hired as managing director of Virginia; and F. Gresham “Gresh” Wall III has been hired as managing director of Hampton Roads.
Hatcher joined the firm in 2017 and will head the management of and business development for CCP’s asset management team. Huber previously worked at CCP from 2010 to 2017, and will now be responsible for oversight of the company’s Virginia property portfolio, property acquisitions and dispositions and third-party business development. Wall will lead all services of the company’s Hampton Roads office, which includes 1.2 million square feet under property management and will build CCP’s brokerage division in the region.
“These new managing directors bring positive solutions-oriented attitudes, and I am confident that they will help lead our company to the next level of growth for all of our platforms throughout the CCP footprint,” Ken Strickler, president of Commonwealth Commercial, said in a statement. “Thomas, Hunter and Gresh are the right people to lead the charge, bringing decades of experience and outstanding reputations. I could not be more excited to have them as colleagues and partners on our leadership team.”
Founded in 1996, Commonwealth Commercial has offices in Virginia, Tennessee, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Missouri, Ohio, and Minnesota.