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Harding named CEO at Levin Management

Long-tenured Levin Management executive Matthew K. Harding has been named CEO of the North Plainfield, N.J., company, succeeding co-founder William A. Farber who assumes the title of chairman.

Harding started in the leasing department of Levin in 1986 and rose to the offices of president and chief operating officer. Taking over as president is Robert Carson, who has worked in property management and development at the company he joined in 1992.

Founded in 1952, Levin built a 15 million-sq.-ft. portfolio of 105 properties in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions and developed New Jersey’s first open-air center -- the 260,000- sq.-ft. Somerset Shopping Center in Bridgewater.

Levin reports that it has been awarded 14 new agency assignments in the past 24 months encompassing 2.8 million sq. ft. of GLA in four states.

“This is an exciting time at Levin Management,” Harding said.

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