Tucker Development Adds Two New Hires

by Nate Hunter

Chicago – Patrick Lindemann and Kevin Cleary will assist with completing in-progress construction in New Jersey, as well as identify additional sites in New Jersey and Chicago.

Chicago – Tucker Development has added two new hires to continue the development of large-scaled mixed-use projects in infill locations. Patrick Lindemann has been named CFO and Kevin Cleary has been named construction manager. Lindemann previously served as CFO for companies such as Vestian Group-SF Holdings, Harbortown Industries and Ampco Metal Inc. Cleary was previously owner and operations manager of Cleary Builders, as well as senior manager of construction for owner/developer Regency Centers.

In Fort Lee, N.J., Tucker is developing Hudson Lights, a one million-square-foot, mixed-use redevelopment located at the entrance to the George Washington Bridge. Construction is underway on Phase I, which will feature approximately 143,000 square feet of retail space and 276 luxury apartments. Hudson Lights’ lead tenant, iPic, is building an eight-screen, 533-seat luxury movie theater.

Scott Reid 




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