Mentorship with Tommy Craig, Hines

- Online Zoom Conference



Online Zoom Conference


Please join YJP for another installment of our virtual Mentorship with Real Estate Leaders series.

We are excited to welcome Tommy Craig, Hines. This session will be an opportunity to connect with an intimate group of young rising stars in the industry, as we convene on March 23rd for a candid conversation with Tommy. Make sure to bring your questions, to connect with Tommy and grow your network.

This session will included around 25 young professionals.

For inquiries on this session, upcoming real estate opportunities, or membership, please email:

This event is complimentary for our Virtual, Professional, Young Leadership, and above level members. 

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Tommy Craig
Senior Managing Director at Hines

Mr. Craig is a senior managing director and has been the regional officer and partner responsible for Hines' New York Tri-State office since 1996. His responsibilities as senior project officer include managing the development, redevelopment, acquisition, construction, modification and/or interior fit-out on projects. Since joining Hines in 1982, Mr. Craig has been involved in a variety of development projects and transactions aggregating approximately 16 million square feet.

Craig received his BA in History/Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and his MBA from Columbia University. Mr. Craig served as an adjunct professor of Real Estate Development at the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate at Columbia Business School from 2010 to 2015. And, is a member of the Executive Committee and the Board at Phipps Houses, New York City’s oldest and largest non-for-profit developer for affordable housing. He was also a recipient of the Building Trades Employers’ Association (BTEA) Award in 2012 and 2007 and the Police Athletic League Award in 2009.

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Walter Mehl
Managing Partner at JB&B

Walter Mehl serves as a Managing Partner at JB&B and was the lead in the development of JB&B Technologies, the low-voltage services arm of JB&B that supports IT, security, audiovisual and RF engineering (antenna system) design service offerings. His expertise on new construction and retrofit projects in the commercial sector has focused largely on the financial industry, but extends as well to projects in healthcare, hospitality, residential and higher education. In line with the firm’s longstanding commitment to sustainability and specifically in response to the Mayor’s One City Built to Last plan, Mr. Mehl has been actively involved in the implementation of JB&B’s Deep Carbon Reduction initiative to support clients on their path toward lower carbon emissions through proactive sustainable design and implementation of highly effective energy efficiency and capital improvement strategies.
Some of his notable projects in New York City include One Vanderbilt, the new Citi Headquarters at 388-390 Greenwich Street, Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park, Museum of Modern Art Expansion, Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center at the World Trade Center, and 111 West 57th Street and the Kimmel Pavilion at NYU Langone Health. Outside of New York, he was involved with the development of the Baha Mar Resort in Nassau, the Bahamas, as well as the Revel Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, NJ.

Mr. Mehl is an active board member for the ACE Mentor Program - Greater New York City. He is a member of the REBNY Cybersecurity Subcommittee as well as the Global Cyber Consortium. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City and is a Licensed Professional Engineer.


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