Frank P. Crivello

Frank P. Crivello

Since 1991, Frank P. Crivello has served as the senior advisor to the Trusts and today is Chairman of Phoenix Investors. Given his extensive experience in all aspects of commercial real estate, Mr. Crivello provides strategic and operational input to the Trusts, Phoenix Investors, and affiliated companies.

Mr. Crivello began his real estate career in 1982 focusing his investments in multifamily, office, industrial and shopping center developments across the United States. In 1994, Mr. Crivello shifted his focus to the support of the Trusts. From 1994 to 2008, Mr. Crivello assisted Phoenix Investors in its execution of its then business model of acquiring net lease commercial real estate across the United States. Since 2009, Mr. Crivello has assisted Phoenix Investors in the shift of its core focus to the acquisition of industrial real estate throughout the country.

Mr. Crivello received a B.A., Magna Cum Laude, from Brown University and the London School of Economics, while completing a double major in Economics and Political Science. Mr. Crivello is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

Outside of his business interests, Mr. Crivello invests his time, energy and financial support across a wide net of charitable projects and organizations.

Ryan Holzhauer, VP of Leasing at Phoenix Investors, with Special Cohost Caroline Seski: Industrial Growth (MUCREC Podcast, Ep. 6)

Ryan Holzhauer, Phoenix Investors’ VP of Leasing, sat down with Caroline Seksi, VP of the Marquette University Commercial Real Estate Club (MUCREC), on the MUCREC podcast to discuss the recent boom in industrial real estate. Ryan provided great insight into the growth of industrial real estate in recent years and how the pandemic has positively affected the asset class. https://open.spotify.com/episode/5dEHUjrDtRLzXHjMuJqbz7?si=ahJ3Ytn9SAy9z2sQN2yCvA  

2020-08-05T19:28:58+00:00August 5th, 2020|Anthony Crivello, Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|

Frank P. Crivello of Phoenix Investors Discusses How Urban Blight Remediation Reduces Firearms Violence

As reported in Kenosha News and The Journal Times Most American cities have their share of abandoned buildings, ranging from condemned houses to abandoned warehouses. Studies repeatedly show that these abandoned structures, often referred to as urban blight, contribute to increased local crime. Through public-private partnerships, businesses and municipalities can address these issues by implementing urban blight remediation programs. How Industrial Urban Blight Hurts Neighborhoods Industrial urban blight occurs when an owner abandons a building; as the building falls into disrepair, it becomes blighted. Blighted ... Read More

2020-08-03T16:58:05+00:00August 3rd, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|

How COVID-19 Will Impact the U.S. Industrial Real Estate Sector

Originally published in NREI’s 2020 Midyear Outlook, page 29 The COVID-19 pandemic put the supply chain in a state of disruption. Retailers struggled to stock shelves, non-essential manufacturers were forced to shutdown or shift manufacturing to essential items, and food suppliers had to shift distribution away from closed restaurants and toward consumer outlets. Even retail and e-commerce giants such as Walmart and Amazon—largely considered to be at the top of the logistics game—ultimately ran out of in-demand items like toilet paper and cleaning supplies. Even ... Read More

2020-08-03T15:13:56+00:00August 3rd, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|
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