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Rockefeller Group Hires New Mid-Atlantic Head From Bozzuto, Plans To Grow D.C. Presence

Rockefeller Group's new mid-Atlantic head, Hilary Allard Goldfarb, and the company's recent D.C.-area investment, Boro Tower

After partnering on a 22-story Tysons office tower, Rockefeller Group plans to further expand its D.C.-area presence. 

The prominent New York developer hired Hilary Allard Goldfarb from Bozzuto to lead its mid-Atlantic region, and she will be based in the firm's new D.C. office, Rockefeller Group announced Thursday. 

Goldfarb joins Rockefeller Group as senior vice president, the same title she held with Bozzuto, the Greenbelt-based multifamily development, management and construction company. Rockefeller Group's first D.C.-based hire, Goldfarb is working in an office at 1025 Connecticut Ave. NW and plans to hire additional staff this year. 

Rockefeller Group in 2016 hired Hines' former D.C. managing director, Dan Moore, signaling its intention to expand to the region. Moore has recently been promoted to president and CEO, effective April 1. In August, Rockefeller Group became a partner with The Meridian Group to develop Boro Tower, the 437K SF trophy office building at The Boro mixed-use development in Tysons. 

"We are thrilled to have Hilary as leader of our Mid-Atlantic Region," Moore said in a release. "She’s an accomplished and experienced real estate professional with extensive knowledge of the metro D.C. market. Her market insight, development experience and deep relationships will be invaluable as we continue to grow our business in Washington, D.C., and beyond.”