RobertDouglas Expands Executive Team With the Addition of Andrew Heilmann and Max Chipouras

USA, New York City, New York. March 22, 2022

RobertDouglas has announced the addition of two distinguished industry professionals to its team in the company's New York City office. The announcement was made by Doug Hercher, Principal and Managing Director of RobertDouglas.

Andrew Heilmann joins the firm as Senior Vice President with responsibility for executing capital markets transactions ranging from investment sales and structured financing to M&A and joint venture equity raises. A graduate of the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, Andrew brings a wealth of experience from his time at firms such as Two Roads, GFI, Provenance and Lark Hotels. In his spare time, Andrew enjoys fishing, cooking and helping to raise his two young boys.

Max Chipouras joins the firm as a Senior Analyst. An Honors graduate of Trinity College, Hartford, CT, where he was also an All-American scholar/athlete and captain of the football team, Max has a broad range of experience in commercial real estate, most recently at Cresa, where he developed a particular expertise analyzing complex healthcare and industrial projects.

"Hotel investment activity continues to accelerate and we're on track to have a record year," commented Doug Hercher, Principal and Managing Director, "so we are thrilled to have these two fantastic individuals joining the firm."

Andrew Heilmann, Senior Vice President - RobertDouglas
Max Chipouras , Senior Analyst - RobertDouglas

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