Alan Tantleff has been promoted to Executive Vice President of the firm`s New York office where he will take on a more active role in the group`s strategic research and in coordinating the activities of the firm`s Miami office. When initially hired as Senior Vice President, Tantleff was charged with spearheading efforts to expand the institutional client base in the eastern United States, which he will continue.
According to Managing Director Arthur Adler, “The promotion is based on Alan`s significant contributions to the firm and the group, his experience and track record at Prudential Real Estate, his expertise in arranging transactions and advising clients on a broad range of hospitality issues and his contributions to the overall success of the group in the future.”
Currently, Tantleff is overseeing the firm`s asset management of the Diplomat Resort Country Club & Spa in Florida and advising clients on the sales of the Hilton Hotel & Towers in Baltimore and The Wye River Conference Centers on Maryland`s Eastern Shore.
During his career, Tantleff has asset managed approximately $1 billion worth of hotel properties and was responsible for the disposition of more than $1 billion of hotel assets including the Denver Marriott, the New York Hilton, the Hyatt Regency Cambridge (MA), the Capital and Washington Hiltons (both in Washington, D.C.) and a portfolio of 23 hotels in joint ventures with H.E.I. Hotels and other hotel management companies.
Most recently, Tantleff was Senior Vice President of Granite Partners, LLC where he developed the Lodging and Leisure Group. Prior to that, he held positions as Vice President of Prudential Real Estate—where he managed a portfolio of U.S. and Canadian hotel investments - and Senior Operations Analyst at the Sands Casino Hotel in Atlantic City.
Tantleff is a member of the Cornell Hotel Society, Cornell Real Estate Council and the New York Regional Plan Association. He has served as an Adjunct Associate Professor of New York University.