Albert Berriz, Chief executive officer of Ann Arbor, Mich.-based McKinley, and Ken Polsinelli, chief real estate officer with the company, were elected to serve on the National Multi Housing Council’s Board of Directors during its annual meeting held in January in Boca Raton, Fla.
Berriz has extensive experience in the acquisition, financing, management and redevelopment of real estate assets. He is responsible for acquiring and managing assets of more than $7 billion during his career.
During Polsinelli’s tenure, McKinley’s portfolio has increased more than 50 percent in its target markets. He has acquired, financed or disposed of more than $2 billion of real estate assets across the Midwest and Southeast.
“Ken and I both look forward to working with the National Multi Housing Council in the future and feel that our broad experience and knowledge of the multi-family market can only add to the broad wealth of experience on the NMHC Board,” said Berriz.