Leadership

Isaac Pretter

isaac_webMr. Isaac Pretter is a Founding Principal of Mosaic Realty Partners where he focuses on direct investment in commercial real estate in the Mid-Atlantic. Prior to forming Mosaic, Pretter acquired office and retail assets in the Baltimore metro area and developed residential townhouses.

Pretter previously served as Senior Loan Associate with iStar Financial, where he was responsible for originating and underwriting complex loans and investments for real estate projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region. Prior to iStar’s acquisition of the commercial division of Fremont Investment & Loan in July 2007, Pretter served as Senior Associate with Fremont’s Mid-Atlantic office. During his two-year tenure with Fremont, Pretter was directly involved in the origination, structuring, and underwriting of over $1.4 billion in senior debt facilities secured by a variety of collateral, including condominiums, shopping centers, mixed-use developments, land development, and office buildings. Prior to joining Fremont in June 2005, Pretter spent two years as a commercial real estate appraiser for Integra Realty Resources, a national appraisal company, and two years as a development associate for a Baltimore-based real estate developer. Pretter holds an M.B.A. in Finance from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Talmudic Law from Ner Israel College. Pretter is married with 5 children and lives in Northwest Baltimore.

Civic Involvement:
  • Chairman, Real Estate Committee of the Bais Yaakov School of Baltimore
  • Past President, Bnai Jacob Shaarei Zion Congregation – Baltimore
  • Member, Real Estate Committee of the Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore
  • Member, Board of Directors of the Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore
  • Member, Board of Directors of the Center for Jewish Education – Baltimore
  • Business Partner of the Year Award, 2010, from Comprehensive Housing Assistance, Inc. of Baltimore

Eron Sodie

eron_webMr. Eron Sodie is a Founding Principal of Mosaic Realty Partners where he focuses on direct investment in commercial real estate in the Mid-Atlantic. Prior to forming Mosaic, Sodie had been a Principal of WCP since 2010 where he had focused on distressed commercial/residential debt and investment. Prior to WCP, he served as Senior Vice President of iStar Financial where he oversaw the firm’s commercial real estate structured finance and investment activities in the Mid-Atlantic. Prior to iStar’s acquisition of the commercial division of Fremont Investment & Loan in July 2007, Sodie served as Vice President, Regional Manager of Fremont’s Mid-Atlantic office. During his nine-year tenure with Fremont, Mr. Sodie was directly involved in the origination, structuring and asset management of $4.0 billion in structured finance investments for large-scale real estate developments. In Sodie’s tenure at iStar/Fremont, he was directly involved in over 100 transactions. From 1993 to 1998, Sodie worked on distressed debt opportunities and asset management for The J.E. Robert Companies and The Archon Group in a joint venture with Goldman Sachs’ Whitehall Funds where he performed acquisition and asset management duties on distressed whole loan/REO portfolios purchased from a variety of commercial banks, thrifts and life companies. Sodie’s direct asset management responsibilities included a $100 million portfolio of Northeast office and flex properties purchased from TIAA where he formulated asset reposition strategies, budgeting, leasing and capital improvement plans. Sodie holds an M.B.A from The George Washington University and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from University of Maryland. Sodie is married with 3 children and lives in Bethesda, Maryland.


Henry Resnikoff

henry_webMr. Resnikoff is the Director of Development of Mosaic Realty Partners. He brings over 40 years of experience in commercial real estate development. Current and previous positions include Principal of R.F.P., Inc.; Director of Development, Carl M. Freeman Companies; and Director of Development of Konover Corporation. His primary focus has been the acquisition of raw land for retail development including power centers, grocery-anchored centers, integrated town center developments and single tenant use.

Notable retail development projects include:

▪ Potomac Market Place, Ranson, WV (400,000 sf)
▪ Westminster Marketplace, Westminster, MD (400,000 sf)
▪ Mystic Factory Outlets, Mystic, CT (78,000 sf)
▪ Waterford Shopping Center, Waterford, CT (150,000 sf)
▪ Cross Road Shopping Center, Waterford, CT (250,000 sf)
▪ Woonsocket Shopping Center, Woonsocket, RI (380,000 sf)

Mr. Resnikoff’s development projects have included BJ’s Wholesale Club, Harris Teeter, Stop & Shop, Home Depot, Weis Markets, Petco, Kohl’s, Starbucks and McDonalds, among others.

Prior to establishing his career in real estate, Henry was worked as an economist for the Federal government and private companies including the National Academy of Science, the Wage Price Commission and the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Mr. Resnikoff is very active in numerous organizations including the International Council of Shopping Centers and ICSC National Economic Advisory Committee. He earned his Bachelor of Arts, Masters of Arts and Masters of Philosophy Degrees, all in Economics, from the George Washington University.

 


Max Selig

Max Selig is an Associate of Mosaic Realty Partners where he focuses on direct investment in commercial real estate in the Mid-Atlantic. Prior to joining Mosaic, Selig worked for Signal Hill Capital Group on the Services investment banking team, where he focused on M&A transactions in the education and healthcare sectors. He holds an MSc in Finance, with Merit, from Imperial College London and a B.A. summa cum laude in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Selig lives in Northwest Baltimore and enjoys playing saxophone, drums and basketball.