Harrison J. Perrine, Chairman and CEO
...Harrison Perrine, Chairman & CEO of Perrine Wheeler, Inc., has nearly 20 years experience in the commercial real estate industry including development, acquisition, leasing, disposition, and financing of office, retail and industrial properties.Harrison
, as Senior Vice President with an international real estate acquisition company, from July 1991 until December 1999, was responsible for the acquisition and disposition of shopping centers.These responsibilities included identifying the properties to be purchased, overseeing the financial and physical due diligence and assisting in the debt placement.Once the properties were purchased Harrison
was responsible for the ongoing asset management of the properties including hiring and overseeing the third party management and leasing companies, approving all leasing transactions and approving all operating budgets.The company purchased over twenty-five (25) shopping centers in 1998 and 1999 with a total area in excess of two million (2,000,000) square feet.These centers were located in Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois and AlabamaIn addition to handling the acquisition and operation of shopping centers, Harrison also sat on the board that approved the acquisition of other property types (CBD office buildings, multifamily and industrial properties) and was responsible for overseeing financial asset management and leasing of all additional property types except for multifamily.
Past professional affiliations have included a position responsible for acquiring sites to be developed into strip shopping centers and the purchase of existing centers.He also was a partner with a corporation that developed and leased medical office buildings.Harrison is a graduate of Goldey Beacom College in Wilmington, Delaware.Harrison is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, on the Board of Trustees of the Greater Norfolk Corporation, Bon Secours Hospital, Norfolk Botanical Gardens and Norfolk Collegiate School.