Skyline Properties expands team with addition of Cui, Smith, Praszkowicz and Ronan

October 16, 2018 - Front Section
Kevin Smith,
Skyline Properties


Kamil Praszkowicz,
Skyline Properties


Jiabao Cui,
Skyline Properties


Charli Ronan,
Skyline Properties


Manhattan, NY Skyline Properties has expanded its office footprint with its move to the 31st floor in SL Green’s “Daily News Building” at 220 East 42nd St. to accommodate more space for the firms growing investment sales team and additional support staff. The firm has hired two new brokers– Kevin Smith and Kamil Praszkowicz; Jiabao Cui as an analyst as well as Charli Ronan as facilities manager to streamline the firm’s growth.

Cui, a native of Beijing, China has been hired as a ground lease analyst. Cui will be focused on canvassing and researching all investment properties in the area–and the outer boroughs.

Smith is a recent graduate of Villanova University who majored in finance and real estate. In his role as director of sales, Smith will be integrating his previous experience in corporate real estate along with a passion for the real estate market to offer unparalleled expertise and the best possible service to his clients. 

As director of sales, Praszkowicz will be leveraging his real estate knowledge, enthusiasm, and motivation to further expand the firm’s core belief of focusing on off-market opportunities.

Ronan, previously a senior account executive at Rode Advertising, has been hired as the firms facilities manager. Ronan will be responsible for the management of services and processes that support Skyline’s core business to ensure maximum efficiency and the most suitable working environment for the firm’s employees.

“Currently we are looking to hire charismatic and ambitious individuals to join our growing investment sales team who we prefer to train in house”, said Daniel Shirazi, EVP. 

Since its inception in May of 2013, Skyline Properties has sold in excess of $1 Billion in commercial real estate. The firm’s success is accredited to its strict focus on off-market opportunities. Skyline Properties CEO, Robert Khodadadian built an investment sales platform that avoids the often-time-consuming process of obtaining exclusive listings, thus making the firm more agile giving it the ability to discuss opportunities tailored to fit each buyer’s unique acquisition criteria while providing sellers with complete discretion.



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