Marlton, NJ — Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) announced the hiring of Andrew “Drew” Maristch III, who will serve as vice president of corporate services and portfolios. Maristch brings nearly 15 years of corporate and commercial real estate experience to the firm, including more than a decade of corporate representation and tenant advisory experience. He will be a key leader tasked with expanding WCRE's presence in the Southeastern Pennsylvania office market, and his negotiation skills, national network, creativity, and extensive understanding of respective rights and obligations of landlords and tenants will be prized assets to WCRE's clients. Maristch's most recent position was director of leasing and corporate operations at alphabroder, where for 12 years he managed a diverse four million s/f national real estate portfolio consisting of warehouse, call center, corporate office, and retail space, for the billion-dollar enterprise. Serving as the sole leader of the real estate department, he led site selection, space planning, contract negotiation, relocation, expansion, subleasing, and property management. Maristch will continue to manage this same portfolio as part of the duties of his new position.“Each new member of our team strengthens our ability to meet specific needs and build even more successful relationships with our clients and community,” said Jason Wolf, founder and managing principal of WCRE. “Drew brings a unique skill set that will allow WCRE to serve clients in new ways, and capture new landlord representation opportunities in southeastern Pennsylvania and in other markets.”Maristch is WCRE's second hire of the fourth quarter. Recently Anthony Mannino, Esq., a former longtime chief of staff in Harrisburg, joined the firm in the newly created position of vice president of corporate strategies. The pair join Lee Fein and Brian Propp in focusing on WCRE's growth in Pennsylvania.In addition to his professional accomplishments, Maristch exemplifies WCRE's core values, especially commitment to the community. He has organized and promoted several charity ice hockey events to benefit Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter and has served on the organization's development committee. Currently he is active on the Citizen’s Council for Cherry Hill Township.