MOVING FORWARD AND BUILT TO LAST

Our senior executive team brings decades of experience and accomplishment.

We invest our own capital because we believe in our projects, our people, and a corporate strategy that’s moving forward and built to last.

Our Principals

Anthony J. Barsanti
Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Barsanti leads LCOR as Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the strategic direction of the company and overall management of the firm. Mr. Barsanti is a member of LCOR’s board of directors and investment committee.

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Mr. Barsanti joined LCOR in 2016 with 25 years of real estate transaction experience at GE Capital Real Estate and Lehman Brothers. Most recently he led the management, restructuring and monetization of Lehman Brothers Holding’s real estate portfolio.

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David W. Klock
Senior Vice President and CFO

Mr. Klock is Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of LCOR and oversees accounting, budget and forecasting, treasury, human resources, risk management, tax, information technology and financial due diligence and is responsible for the development of corporate accounting policies and procedures, cash management, and the implementation of financial controls and reporting.

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Mr. Klock joined The Linpro Company, now LCOR, in 1981 as a Regional Controller, overseeing project controllers in various operating locations. Subsequently, he became a Senior Vice President and took on a range of responsibilities within the Company. Prior to becoming CFO, Mr. Klock was based in the LCOR New York office where he managed the financial services team providing accounting oversight for all development activity, including transaction modeling, due diligence and financing. Mr. Klock continues to oversee the management of approximately 5.0 Million SF of commercial space in metropolitan New York. Prior to joining LCOR, he worked with Arthur Andersen LLP in Philadelphia.


Mr. Klock is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Accounting from The Pennsylvania State University and is a past member of the Penn State Real Estate Advisory Board.

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Seth R. Landau
General Counsel and Principal

Mr. Landau is a Principal of LCOR and serves as its General Counsel as well as a member of LCOR’s Investment Committee. In this role he is responsible for the Company’s legal affairs, with extensive involvement in Company acquisitions, financings and related transactions.

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Among Mr. Landau’s primary responsibilities is managing the Company’s compliance with all requirements and regulations as well as company-wide risk. Additionally, Mr. Landau provides leadership and supervision in the strategic planning and execution of all transactions and company-wide initiatives. Mr. Landau joined LCOR in 2006, after spending sixteen years in private practice including stints at Morgan Lewis & Bockius and Schulte Roth & Zabel.

Mr. Landau is a graduate of the Fordham School of Law in New York and he received his bachelor’s degree from Lafayette College. He is a member of the Bar Associations of Pennsylvania and New York.

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Harmar Thompson
Executive Vice President and Principal

Mr. Thompson is Executive Vice President and Principal of LCOR with responsibility for sourcing and implementing new development and redevelopment opportunities in the Greater Washington Metropolitan region.

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With more than 15 years in the commercial real estate industry, his expertise encompasses a full spectrum of real estate activities including asset management, acquisitions, joint venture structuring, redevelopment/ground-up development, consulting, debt restructuring, and project financing for a full range of commercial property types.


Prior to joining LCOR, Mr. Thompson was a Senior Vice President at Lowe Enterprises where he co-managed the Washington DC area office and directed the successful acquisition and implementation of the company’s East Coast real estate activities. While at Lowe, he was responsible for closing acquisitions totaling over $940 million in gross asset value.


Significant projects in which Mr. Thompson was involved include the acquisition of the Hilton Washington, one of the largest investments in Lowe’s 35-year history with a final gross investment estimated at $550 million. The project included the $296 million acquisition of a 1,100-key hotel, $110 million renovation, $40 million creation of new meeting space, and the entitlement of 240,000 square feet of residential development with an anticipated project budget of $100 million. Mr. Thompson also led the acquisition and implementation of a 1.2 million square foot office and retail portfolio in Crystal City, which included a $92 million repositioning of a 308,000 square foot Class B office building into a Class A office property. Other mixed-use projects include Chevy Chase Pavilion (503,000 square feet of hotel, retail, and office space) and The Dakotas (900,000 square feet phased transit-oriented development, including grocery-anchored retail and residential.


Mr. Thompson co-founded the Crystal City Business Improvement District and most recently served as its Chairman of the Board. He also served on the Arlington County Crystal City Planning Taskforce and Long Range Planning Committee that led to the implementation of a new Sector Plan for Crystal City (adopted in 2012). He is an associate member of the District of Columbia Building Industry Association and a member of The Real Estate Group. Mr. Thompson holds a B.A. from the University of Virginia.

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David A. Sigman
Executive Vice President and Principal

Mr. Sigman is an Executive Vice President and Principal of LCOR and a member of the company’s Executive Committee, with responsibility for originating, developing and managing mixed-use and office projects, including many of LCOR’s transportation-oriented developments, in the New York region.

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Mr. Sigman joined LCOR in 1994. Since then, he directed the redevelopment of Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, a $1.4-billion facility representing the largest airport terminal ever developed as a result of a public/private partnership. Among other projects, he is also leading the firm’s efforts to develop two large residential condominium towers in midtown Manhattan totalling 400 units and 28,000 square feet of retail space, with a sales value in excess of $540 million; and 545 Madison Avenue, a 140,000 square foot boutique office building.

Previously, Mr. Sigman was associated with Washington, D.C. developer Hoskinson & Davis; he served the firm from 1985 through 1988 as its first commercial real estate project manager responsible for the development of various office and industrial projects in Northern Virginia. In 1988, Mr. Sigman joined the Zeckendorf Company, one of the nation’s largest real estate developers; as Vice President, he managed development of several large-scale projects, including the Ronald Reagan Federal Office Building in Washington, D.C. and Worldwide Plaza, a mixed-use complex on Manhattan’s West Side.

Mr. Sigman received his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Princeton University. He’s a former member of the Associates Board of the Airports Council International (North American chapter). He’s President of the Board of Trustees of the Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore (Long Island, New York) and a member of the Board of Residents for a More Beautiful Port Washington.

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R. William Hard
Executive Vice President and Principal

Mr. Hard is Executive Vice President of LCOR in charge of operations at the metropolitan Washington, D.C. office in Bethesda, Maryland. He serves on LCOR’s Executive Committee.

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Mr. Hard holds a B.A. from Lafayette College (1971) and an M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania (1972). He joined the Philadelphia National Bank as Vice President of Real Estate. In 1981, he joined The Linpro Company (the predecessor to LCOR) as Partner, becoming a Vice President of LCOR in 1992, and an Executive Vice President and Principal in 1999.


During his tenure, Mr. Hard has assumed responsibility for the acquisition, development, financing, construction management, leasing, property management, and sale of over a dozen projects including office parks, commercial office buildings, and multifamily rental properties. The most prominent projects in which Mr. Hard has been involved include the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office headquarters consolidation in Alexandria, Va., the acquisition of the COMSAT campus in Clarksburg, Md., the development of North Bethesda Center at the White Flint Metrorail station in Maryland, and Oyster School/Henry Adams House in the District of Columbia.


Mr. Hard is a member of the Executive Committee of the Urban Land Institute’s Washington, D.C. District Council. He also is an active participant in ULI’s Urban Plan and Young Leaders programs. Mr. Hard is Treasurer of the Board of Directors of Hospice Caring Inc., and Chairman of the Real Estate Committee of the Montgomery College Foundation.

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Pete DiLullo III
Senior Vice President

Peter DiLullo is responsible for pursuing development opportunities to assist in the strategic growth of LCOR’s multifamily and mixed-use portfolio within the Philadelphia metro area. Prior to this role Mr. DiLullo oversaw all investment and management activities related to LCOR’s multifamily portfolio of nearly 10,000 units.

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Mr. DiLullo joined LCOR in 2006 and was instrumental in the Company’s 2012 recapitalization with the California State Teachers’ Retirement System. Since that time, he has focused on enhancing the value of key real estate holdings as well as building LCOR’s development pipeline along the east coast and particularly in the Philadelphia region. Mr. DiLullo has more than 10 years in the real estate industry with a focus on acquisitions, financing, joint venture and development activity.

Prior to joining LCOR, Mr. DiLullo was with PriceWaterhouseCoopers in their mergers and acquisitions group. In that role, he worked nationally, providing targeted due diligence support to both corporate and private investors in transactions ranging from $20 million to over $1.0 billion in value.

Mr. DiLullo is a Certified Public Accountant and graduate of James Madison University, he is a member of the Multifamily Housing Gold Council of the Urban Land Institute, and the National Multifamily Housing Council.

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Brian Barry
Senior Vice President

Mr. Barry is a Senior Vice President of LCOR with responsibility for originating, developing and managing multi-family, mixed-use, office and transit-oriented development opportunities in New Jersey and Westchester County.

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Brian joined LCOR in late-2016 and has assumed management of LCOR's development at 55 Bank Street in White Plains, NY, the Hoboken Yards Redevelopment opportunity, and the completion of retail lease-up at Valley & Bloom in Montclair, NJ. Prior to joining LCOR, Mr. Barry worked for Lehman Brothers Inc., both pre-and-post bankruptcy, in the firm's commercial real estate group. During the course of his 18-year career at Lehman Brothers, he was responsible for the origination and structuring of debt and equity investments across an array of property types throughout the United States and Canada; risk management of a multi-billion global commercial real estate portfolio; and the restructuring, work­out, foreclosure and or liquidation of $1 billion+ of commercial real estate assets and investments.

Mr. Barry holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Fairfield University and a Masters of City & Regional Planning from the Rutgers University, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy.

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Mike Hogentogler
Senior Vice President

Mr. Hogentogler joined LCOR in 2017 and serves as Senior Vice President. In his role, he oversees all property management, investment management, accounting, and finance activities for LCOR’s multifamily and commercial portfolios.

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Prior to joining LCOR, Mr. Hogentogler served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of RAIT Residential, a full service multifamily management company managing all properties owned by RAIT Financial Trust and Independence Realty Trust, both publicly traded REIT’s.  His experience includes acquisitions, dispositions, asset management, property management, financing, treasury, accounting, and business system optimization. Prior to RAIT, Mr. Hogentogler worked for Gartmore Global Investments.

Mr. Hogentogler holds a B.A. in Business Finance and Communication from Muhlenberg College, and an M.B.A. in Finance from Villanova University.

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Anthony Tortora
Senior Vice President

Mr. Tortora is responsible for managing the overall execution of several LCOR new development projects in the greater NYC area as well as sourcing new investment opportunities.

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Prior to joining LCOR in 2018, Mr. Tortora was a Managing Director at Building and Land Technology in Stamford, CT where he was responsible for, among other things, the redevelopment of 212 Fifth Avenue, a 48-Unit luxury condo conversion adjacent to Madison Square Park in NYC. Mr. Tortora has over 15 years of real estate development, finance and transactional experience, as well as a B.S. in Business Administration from Villanova University, College of Commerce and Finance, and a J.D., magna cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center.

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Katherine Masterson
Vice President - Property Management
Emily Copeland
Vice President - Property Management
Josh White
Vice President - DC Metro Development
Matthew Hard
Vice President - DC Metro Development
Brian Bozeman
Vice President - Information Technology
Mia Lee
Vice President - Marketing
Brandon Segal
Development Manager
Elisabeth Erickson
Director of Accounting

We are principally focused in the eastern United States, with offices in New York City and the Washington, DC and Philadelphia metro areas.