In The News
June 23, 2016
Klein Joins Monday Properties as EVP, Head of Capital Markets
NYC Office Recruits 20-Year Industry Veteran
Robert Klein, executive vice president and head of capital markets with Monday Properties Real estate investment firm Monday Properties has hired Robert Klein as executive vice president and head of capital markets, a new position for the company. Based in the firm's New York City office, Klein will focus on raising debt and equity from external co-investment partnerships to further expand the firm's portfolio. Klein brings nearly 20 years of industry experience, having completed more than $30 billion in real estate transactions throughout his varied career. Most recently a managing director with Evercore Partners, Klein focused on corporate advisory across the real estate, gaming and hospitality industries, serving public and private companies as well as committees including The Special Committee of the Board of Directors for KBS REIT I and 11, Duke Realty Corp., Dubai World Lender Committee, Westfield America, Iron Mountain, Fibra Uno, Community Healthcare Trust, Morgan Stanley Real Estate Special Situations Fund 111, and creditors of Centro Properties Group. "We are excited to have Robert join our leadership team and to play a pivotal role deepening our relationships with premier real estate investment partners," said Anthony Westreich, chairman and CEO of Monday Properties. "In addition to his significant principal investment experience, Robert's wealth of knowledge in joint ventures and strategic partnerships will strengthen Monday's capabilities and scale on a national level. Bringing Robert aboard is another important step in our go-forward growth strategy." Klein earned his bachelor's degree in business from the University of Florida Honors Program and holds an MBA from Columbia Business School. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT), the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and the University of Florida's Bergstrom Center Advisory Board.