Our Founder and Managing Principal, CJ Follini, has consistently achieved annual rates of return far exceeding the industry norm over his 38-year real estate career. He has won multiple awards including CRAINS Business of the Year and the GlobeStreet Industrial Influencer. Since 1988 CJ has been a leading investment expert on alternative commercial real estate assets such as: healthcare; cold storage logistics; mobility; media infrastructure, and Qualified Opportunity Zone development.
In the investment world we view ourselves as iconoclasts able to see opportunities when the crowd is listening to conventional wisdom. Our team’s ability to identify and then enhance value has brought our clients outsized success. One example - our trailblazing strategy in mobility hubs and their future at the core of urban infill logistics. Vision, hard work, transparency - the NOYACK way.
The proverbial "skin in the game." We risk our capital alongside our clients and we lead our business with the highest level of integrity and honesty.
Transparency is paramount. We have always been an open book to our clients and will continue to do so.
Investing in our people is as important as investing our capital. It's the key to our success and reputation. We recruit only world-class individuals who we would enjoy working with and who hold similar core values and beliefs.
NOYACK has been a data-centric firm for 20 years and its our understanding of utilizing technology to provide an advantage to our clients.
We don't believe investment managers should be put ahead of their clients and receiving fees before clients receive their returns. That is why we are revolutionizing the industry with performance-based compensation only. You Earn Then We Earn.
Excellence is borne from differing points of view originating from different backgrounds galvanized into a cohesive unit for the benefit of our clients and partners. We are never satisfied with the status quo or second-best.
NLI has assembled a leadership team from diverse professional backgrounds to disrupt the traditional portfolio of supply chain real estate infrastructure assets.
CJ Follini has more than 38 years of investment experience in commercial real estate and venture capital. CJ’s real estate career began in his teens when he was handed the management and disposition of his family’s eight figure industrial portfolio and successfully yielded in excess of a 20% IRR.
Since 1990, CJ has become a leading investment expert on alternative real estate assets including healthcare, cold storage logistics, structured parking, media infrastructure, and Qualified Opportunity Zone development. In fact, he is on the Board of Advisers for the Economic Innovation Group, the bipartisan council responsible for proposing the legislation that created Qualified Opportunity Zones.
A few of CJ’s real estate career highlights include:
Stephen Robie joined NOYACK in October 2021 as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Robie has over thirty years of global real estate finance and accounting experience managing the financial operations of high-growth public real estate investment trusts (“REITs”), private real estate companies, and start-up, entrepreneurial ventures. From 2008 to October 2021, Mr. Robie founded and served as Managing Partner of SIR Holdings, LLC, an entrepreneurial investment firm with focus on venture capital, real estate, and advisory services.
From 2015 to 2019, Mr. Robie also served as a Senior Principal and Senior Vice President – Finance and Operations at Veneto Capital Management, LLC, a privately-held commercial real estate investment management company. From 2011 to 2012, Mr. Robie served as Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Secretary of Cornerstone Core Properties REIT, Inc. (“CCP REIT” and now Summit Healthcare REIT, Inc.), a publicly registered, non-traded industrial REIT, which he strategically repositioned into healthcare real estate.
Mr. Robie also served as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Healthcare Real Estate Group of Cornerstone Ventures, Inc., an affiliate of CCP REIT’s advisor. From 2004 to 2008, Mr. Robie served as Senior Vice President – Financial Planning and Analysis at HCP, Inc. (now Healthpeak Properties, Inc. (NYSE:PEAK)), an S&P 500 healthcare REIT.
From 1997 to 2004, Mr. Robie worked for General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) and its commercial real estate division, GE Real Estate, where he served as Manager of Finance for GE Real Estate’s North America Equity Investments. Prior to his affiliation with General Electric Company, Mr. Robie spent over six years in public accounting at Arthur Andersen LLP, including serving as a Manager for private and publicly traded real estate companies.
Mr. Robie graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics from Tufts University and earned a Master of Business Administration Degree, with Distinction, in Finance and Accounting from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University. Mr. Robie is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of New York, a Chartered Global Management Accountant, and a member of the AICPA.
Prior to joining NOYACK, Sam Suechting worked in numerous roles in the venture capital and private equity industries. At SilverHaze Partners, Mr. Suechting worked with the founder to source, analyze, structure, and manage investments in early-stage companies.
Mr. Suechting facilitated a joint venture between the Qatar Investment Authority, Doha Venture Capital, and Balbec KPL, a South Korean Asset Management NLI led by the former Deputy Prime Minister, to structure transnational investments in breakthrough innovation.
Mr. Suechting consulted with Nectar, a commerce platform powered by ultrasonic Smart Caps, on business development opportunities in CPG and the global chemical industry, and worked with the CEO, Aayush Phumbhra, founder of Chegg (NYSE: CHGG), to develop go-to-market strategy.
Mr. Suechting created the financial forecast, investor presentation, and accretion/dilution model for CommuniKids, a venture-backed, for-profit, language immersion preschool growing rapidly in the Washington, D.C. area.
Mr. Suechting serves as the Director of Product & Platform Strategy for Chefs-à-Porter, a fine-dining platform based in Bengaluru, India. He graduated with a B.S. in Quantitative Economics from Tufts University.
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Prior to joining NOYACK, LJ spent her last ten years studying and working in brand centralized marketing in the United Kingdom, Puerto Rico, and most recently Australia. Through her travels she developed a unique marketing lens which has proven her ability to cater to the needs of any marketing strategy aiming to bridge the gap between data, influence, and branded content. LJ has a BS in Business concentrating in Marketing and a minor in Political science.
David Merrill is a brand strategist, technology enthusiast and digital marketing professional.
His experience includes managing multi-million dollar media plans as well as creating go-to-market strategy for start-ups and Fortune 500 companies.
After receiving a Bachelor’s degree from Connecticut College and receiving his MBA from Fordham University, David launched Camisado Marketing, a digital marketing agency for small businesses.
He has also worked for both Omnicom and Publicis agencies in business development and brand management and led all the marketing efforts for the Employee Engagement SaaS a Imminent Digital.
Gus Ackley serves as the Director of Accredited Equity Sales for NOYACK where he leads all fundraising efforts and manages investor relationships.
Prior to joining NOYACK, Gus worked at Stifel, serving in various business development positions. Most recently, he was a member of the Private Equity Advisory Group, providing capital raising advisory to general partners of private equity funds.
While at Stifel, Gus and his team raised hundreds of millions of dollars for private real estate funds. His team advised on billions of dollars of funds raised across the space including private equity, venture capital, and private credit funds.
Gus’ responsibilities also included fund selection and analysis, due diligence, and relationship management. Gus started his career working as an investment banking analyst focusing on the healthcare sector.
Gus is a graduate of Trinity College where he studied economics and played football and lacrosse.
Outside of work, Gus enjoys playing golf, tennis and watching Ohio State Buckeye football.
Connor Spach is a graduate of the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a B.A. in Journalism and Environmental Science.
During his college career, Connor spent numerous summers working for nonprofits in and outside of the United States.
Since graduation, he has spent the past five years in both residential and commercial real estate assisting firms to grow and expand.
Justin Miklos is Chief Technology Officer at NOYACK.
Prior to joining the team, Justin graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Masters of Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude, after completing a Bachelors of Science in Business and Management the year prior.
He has consulted on a property disposition totaling $3.4 Million, including corporate restructuring, financial modeling, and asset preparation located in Bronx, NY.
During his graduate studies, he took lead on a consulting contract with a venture capitalist group out of Schenectady, NY, providing valuable data analytics on the state of a recent investment in an emerging industry.
Through his past experiences, he has been able to build a vast understanding of the investment landscape with a strong focus on financial analysis.
George Alexopoulos has spent the past 25 years collaborating with architects, engineers, and designers.
Initially an investor with NOYACK, he has worked closely with the group on research and acquisitions for almost a decade.
As an artist, technologist, the creator of time-based media artworks, and immersive video installations, he brings an added dimension as CTO.
He leads the mandate to identify and deploy all available technology that add value to our assets, attract high quality tenants, streamline maintenance, and support our acquisition efforts. He works closely with both our marketing and acquisitions teams to maximize returns for our investors by identifying unrealized potential and niche use applications when acquiring, upgrading, or developing properties.
As a former founder and president of two successful post-production and design studios, he has over two decades of hands-on experience working with builders and fabricators, robotic milling, physical computing, integrated electronics, cinematography, visual effects, 3D design and animation.
Acquisition Analyst – Cold Storage
Prior to joining the NOYACK team, Connor graduated from Endicott College’s Van Loan School of Business, with a bachelor’s in Entrepreneurial Finance.
While attending Endicott College Connor engaged in several Co-ops within Private Equity, Commercial Real Estate Investments, and Cyber Security B2B Business Development.
As a part of Connor’s Senior Co-op, he worked at a San Francisco-based Private Equity firm as an analyst for their REIT acquisitions team. Within this role, Connor did extensive investment analysis and potential market research.
Outside of Connor’s academic and professional life, he was a part of the Endicott College’s Men’s Lacrosse team and Men’s Rugby team. Now Connor enjoys playing golf and fishing with friends and family.
Derek Thach is currently an undergraduate student at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University Bloomington double majoring in Finance and Real Estate along with a minor in Informatics.
He has continuously worked as a residential real estate property consultant in Puerto Rico for Stone House LLC and currently manages 6 properties. He provides relevant information on location and pricing, along with knowledge on reputable companies to collaborate with to flip properties for short-term rentals.
Throughout his studies at Indiana University, he aspires to couple different mediums of technology with his business education to create more equitable opportunities for broader communities. From this, he has led many workshops and highlighted many ways for technology to create greater efficiency and benefit a person’s day to day life personally and professionally.
From his past experiences, he’s developed a passion for creating support for others in mediums revolving around his own education and is determined to educate others with technology and meticulous thought in his work.
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