New York City-based Rockefeller Group announced today that Daniel J. Moore has been appointed president and chief executive officer, effective April 1, 2018. Moore currently serves as executive vice president and head of the company’s Urban Development business across the United States.
Moore will succeed Dan Rashin and Tetsuya Masuda, who remain co-presidents and CEOs through March 31, 2018. The change is part of Rockefeller Group’s long-term succession planning, initiated by the company’s Board of Directors following Rashin’s decision to retire.
“Dan’s broad background in real estate development and capital markets, business development and investment management, make him the right choice to lead Rockefeller Group in its next phase of growth,” said Rashin
Since joining Rockefeller Group, Mr. Moore has been an active and influential member of the company’s Steering, Investment and Portfolio committees.
According to Masuda, “Dan’s leadership and hands-on expertise have been very valuable as we’ve grown our development pipeline and will continue to be extremely important to our clients, joint venture partners and investors as we execute on our existing projects.”
Rockefeller Group has completed approximately 11.4 million square feet of development over the past decade with one-third of that total completed since Rashin and Masuda's appointment as co-presidents and CEOs at the start of 2016. Some of Rockefeller Group’s most notable projects of the past two years include AVE Florham Park and the Summit Medical Group MD Anderson Cancer Center in New Jersey.