Cullinan Properties Ltd. is pleased to announce the addition of Steven C. Gatton as Director of Asset Management. Gatton brings over 14 years of finance, operations and management experience to the Cullinan Properties team.

Gatton, who is based in Cullinan Properties’ East Peoria office, will manage all aspects of property operations for the company, including supervision of both in-house personnel and third-party firms.  He will oversee the company’s self-managed properties totaling over 6 million square feet.

“Cullinan Properties is focused on continuing to expand its retail, office, medical, government and multi-family portfolio, and Steve will be integral in helping us achieve those goals,” stated Sean Garrett, President of Acquisitions and Director of Community Relations for Cullinan Properties. “Prior to joining Cullinan Properties, Steve was responsible for the management of over 3.3 million square feet of commercial property as well as over 200 tenant relationships. He brings great experience with him to the role and excellent ideas to help push Cullinan to new heights.”

Gatton previously served as the Finance and Asset Manager for The Staenberg Group, a commercial real estate development firm. He led the company on various financial strategies and debt placement for all new and existing projects. His responsibilities also included day-to-day operations and management of all TSG Retail Properties in the Midwest and Eastern United States. Prior to The Staenberg Group, Gatton worked for THF Realty where he managed 17 shopping centers and over 2.1 million square feet of assets.

Gatton is a graduate of Keller Graduate School where he earned his Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship. He also holds a degree in Business Finance from Lindenwood University.

Steven Gatton can be reached at (309) 999-1736. 


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