Three Park Alumni Included on Baltimore Business Journal’s 2016 "40 Under 40" List


The Baltimore Business Journal (BBJ) recently announced its “40 Under 40” honorees for 2016, and three Park alumni are on the list – congratulations to Thibault Manekin ’96Daniel Klein ’99, and Scott Wingrat ’02!

BBJ recognizes 40 young professionals under the age of 40 who are making noteworthy contributions to their industries, companies, and the Greater Baltimore community. This year’s group of honorees was selected from more than 250 nominations and six “editor’s picks” recommended by the editorial staff. 

Manekin is co-founder of Seawall Development, a privately held real estate operating company that focuses primarily on mixed-use, urban redevelopment projects and operates in Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New Orleans.

Klein is the President of Klein Enterprises, a fourth generation family business specializing in development, acquisitions, leasing, and property and asset management of commercial real estate throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region.

Wingrat is a Principal and founding member of Cresa Baltimore, the world’s largest corporate real estate advisory firm that exclusively represents tenants and specializes in the delivery of integrated services.

See the full list HERE, and look out for the BBJ’s print publication in November for more detailed profiles of the honorees.

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