New York City — Seritage Growth Properties has announced a number of key promotions, including Mary Rottler to the role of chief operating officer. Rottler previously served as the company’s executive vice president of leasing and operations. In her new role, Rottler will be responsible for leasing, operations, tenant coordination and retail development.
Andrew Galvin has been named chief investment officer. Galvin previously served as executive vice president of investments. In his new role, Galvin will be responsible for all transactions, asset management and capital allocation.
Eric Dinenberg has been named executive vice president of development. Dinenberg previously served as senior vice president of development. In his new role, Dinenberg will be responsible for development and construction. Edouard Cuilhé has been appointed chief accounting officer. In his new role, Cuilhé will be responsible for accounting, financial reporting, treasury and tax.
Matthew Fernand has been appointed to the role of chief legal officer. Kenneth Lombard, who previously served as the company’s chief operating officer and executive vice president, will transition to the role of special advisor. James Bry, the company’s current executive vice president of development and construction, will depart Seritage.