December 14, 2020

CRC Selects Adib Sahand as Property Accountant

BALTIMORE, MD (November 23, 2020) – Continental Realty Corporation (CRC), a Baltimore-based commercial real estate investment and management company, has announced the hiring of Adib Sahand as a Property Accountant.

In his new role with the company, Mr. Sahand will interact with CRC’s operations, asset management and lease administration teams in the preparation of accurate and timely financial information for assets in the multifamily and commercial portfolio. He will also support the Accounting department with various reporting and analysis activities.

Mr. Sahand brings to CRC nearly three years of accounting and financial experience from his work as a Staff Accountant for CohnReznick. He also completed internships for a software company, PROCAS, LLC, and an accounting firm, Hertzbach & Company, PA while earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Towson University.

“We were extremely impressed with Adib’s intellectual curiosity and his willingness to learn and grow in the accounting profession,” stated Brad Coppel, CPA, Accounting Manager for CRC. “We believe he is a quick learner with a strong work ethic that will enable him to assume greater responsibilities within the Accounting department. These attributes will add value to CRC and make Adib an integral member of our group of professionals.”

Continental Realty Corporation (CRC) is focused on acquiring value-add retail and multifamily properties located throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the United States. Headquartered in Baltimore and founded in 1960, CRC is a full-service commercial real estate and investment company. The privately-owned firm owns and manages a diversified portfolio of retail centers consisting of more than five million square feet of commercial space, as well as nearly 10,000 apartment homes. Positioned throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions, the portfolio’s value exceeds $2 billion. For additional information, visit

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