Norman Eisen is a serial entrepreneur and a classic example of honest exceptionalism. He founded Tower Advisor in 2009, leading the company to successfully close on hundreds of telecommunication transactions totaling in excess of $300,000,000. His extensive experience in the geographical and financial considerations of telecommunication infrastructure is often sought by corporations, institutions, and investors. Norman is also the founder and acting CEO of Avalair Group, a nationally entrenteched real estate and telecom infrastructure holdings company. He is widely regarded as an “asset whisperer”, showcasing an uncanny ability to read, grok, and direct commercial real estate operations as well as land development projects. Norman was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, and currently resides in Lakewood, NJ with his wife and 6 boys.
Barry Goldbrenner graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a Master’s in Accounting. That same year, he made a humble beginning at the Register Print Group in Clifton, New Jersey. Determined to make the most of the opportunity, Barry worked diligently to move up the ranks within Register Print Group. With his exceptional skills in finance management, it did not take long for the company to recognize Barry’s potential. In 2008, the Register Print Group clocked in revenues of around $3,000,000. Seven years later, Barry - alongside two other partners - built company revenues up to $40,000,000, with an EBITDA of $7.3 million. In 2017, Barry and his partners sold their business to Orora Limited for $47 million. The company (now renamed Orora Visual) began to evolve, but one, pivotal element remained: Barry. Orora was taken by Barry’s deft transaction handling, and requested that he stay on as director of operations in their New Jersey plant. Throughout his professional career, Barry grew his business strategy beyond a single company - primarily through real estate investments. In addition to his ownership of the Orora Visual buildings, Barry owns 9 units independently, as well as 33 additional units in partnerships. Despite his wide reach, Barry continues to be actively involved in all business decisions pertaining to his properties. In life, Barry continues to personify his vision for a brighter and more financially stable future. In addition to his own investments, he is an active participant in several charitable organizations, dedicated to providing financial support for our economy, our communities, and our environment. He lives in New Jersey with his loving wife and five precious children: his greatest investments to date.
Simcha Fishman first entered the corporate arena in 2008 with Register Print Group. Since inception, he was intently focused on building direct relationships with national retailers, including giant slike H&M, AT&T, and Verizon. Simcha’s determination broke boundaries. By 2010, he personally closed over $10,000,000 in annual sales. By 2014, his sales revenue doubled in size. With an entire company behind him, Simcha became the driving force of Register Print Group’s innovative trajectory. In 2017, Simcha partnered with financial investment frontrunner Barry Goldbrenner to bring new life to Register Print Group. In a smooth-sailing transition, they sold the company to Orora Limited for a cool $47 million. But that was not the end of Simcha’s time with the company. Simcha stayed on as director of sales, continuing to work alongside Barry Goldbrenner. Together, they also managed the building utilized by Orora for their new acquisition - just one of the many property investments Simcha has made throughout his career. In addition to his long-term investments with Orora, Simcha is also a managing partner for several multi-family residential properties in Northern New Jersey, as well as multiple commercial properties in Ohio. Simcha maintains an active role in his own community, with key positions in multiple local groups, businesses, and charities. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and four children.
Since 2015, Mark Landsman has served as Tower Advisor’s vice president of mergers and acquisitions. Previously, he worked as a real estate manager and as assistant to the president of acquisitions of a local real estate team. With his extensive experience in acquisitions procedures, Mark ensures the smooth and timely closing of all Tower Advisor transactions.
Joe Blech wears two hats, both with the same fervor. Hailing from a management position in real estate across Tristate Metro, he currently serves as both a senior sales representative and an asset manager extraordinaire. This combination of talents lens itself to the unique confluence of companies under the Eisen banner. Specifically, Joe specializes in the nuanced development of data center assets. He brings a compound perspective from both sides of the table, delivering win-win deals on a consistent, reliable schedule.
Molly Lopian is Norman’s right-hand person—with two right hands. She was raised in lowkey Passaic, NJ, but always gravitated toward the fast-paced business world of New York City. Her grand entrance into that world came as an admin for a title company, helping the firm’s commercial department keep its promises to clients. Today, that job is a distant memory, as Molly now orchestrates the overarching functions of multiple companies under The Eisen Group. She remains hardworking as ever, celebrated for her responsibility, intrinsic motivation, and operational efficiency. She turns deadlines into lifelines, pushing projects and people toward resounding success.
Martin Zaks joined the Eisen companies following a successful stabilization campaign at a flooring company. During his tenure as CEO, he positioned the company for long-term success, eventually transitioning it over to the next generation of leaders who were tasked with running the place forward. After that handoff, Martin sought another healthy challenge. He found it in spades at Avalair, which brought him back close to his childhood home in Lakewood. Martin is now happily back in Jersey, driving sales and deals for the demanding data center business.
Sarah Brenner was destined for management: born into a multigenerational real estate family. Her father, a commercial real estate lifer, was himself building on the grounds laid by Sarah’s grandfather in the residential sector. In her first 3-year stint, Sarah managed 13 apartment buildings, including HUD developments. For the next 3.5 years, she managed retail, Class C, and Class A buildings, bringing each asset’s books and collections current, and leading them to profitability. Today, her acute communication, tenant relations, trustworthiness, and can-do outlook are treasured assets at the Avalair Group.