Anna D. Juarez, RPA
National Real Estate Manager
Anna Juarez has over ten years experience managing and supervising leased facilities in multi-property portfolios exceeding one million square feet including fiscal and personnel management. She has excellent communication and interpersonal skills and is proficient in maintaining lease requirements and ensuring all lease options and procedures are followed and fully supported.
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Anna was originally hired in 2000 as a real estate manager in the Las Vegas office of Realty Holdings Group, which later became Burnham Real Estate.
Anna’s leasing and property management portfolio included the management of more than 800,000 sq.ft. of retail, office and industrial space including a 250,000 sq.ft. Class A office building in downtown Las Vegas and a 135,000 sq.ft hanger project at McCarran International Airport.
She is responsible for preparing operating budgets, CAM reconciliations and monthly financial and lease analysis reports to the ownership entities in addition to supervising onsite maintenance, security and administrative personnel and developing and maintaining good tenant and vendor relationships. As a valued member of the Las Vegas team Anna has acquired experience coordinating an array of capital and tenant improvement projects including roof, security and energy management system upgrades. In Las Vegas, Anna is real estate manager of the Internal Revenue Services building, the Social Security Administration building and The Molasky Corporate Center.
A resident of Las Vegas since 1988, Anna graduated from University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 1993. Anna has received her RPA professional designation from BOMA International and she also holds a Nevada real estate license and property management permit. She is an active member in the BOMA Nevada, St. Louis and Portland chapters.
Vice President of Operations
Ernest Sinaly is Vice President of Operations for the Molasky Group of Companies Government projects division. Ernest has operational and management responsibilities for all of the Molasky’s large scale government buildings located in multiple states that were designed, developed, owned and currently managed in–house by the Molasky Group. Ernest has a thirty year career in facility construction, management, maintenance and administration and currently oversees nearly 2.0 MM SF of buildings and more than 25 staff members in order to maintain facilities efficiently and in like-new condition.
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Ernest is adept at managing multiple projects and has excellent working knowledge of Building Management Systems (BMS), Energy Management Systems (EMS), Building Codes, Construction Management, interpreting blueprints and focusing on operational issues prior to construction and finalizing project design elements, managing all MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing), HVAC, Life Safety, Access Control and Building Security systems vendors and service providers and implementing procedures to remain in full compliance with ADA requirements at all Molasky commercial properties.
Ernest is also responsible for developing and evaluating all facility operational and maintenance budgets which determine the operating cost and/or operational budgets for new and existing properties and or acquisitions. Ernest also develops implements and administers facility operations and maintenance plans for the company including Preventive Maintenance Plans, Predictive Maintenance Plans, Indoor Air Quality Plans (IAQ), Safety Plans, Emergency and Evacuation Plans, Water treatment plans, Quality Control Plans, Staff Training Programs, OSHA Compliance procedures and plans.
Periodically, Ernest also conducts physical building and site inspections, develops and track punch lists on new development projects, conducts inspections of physical plants prior to building turnover from construction, and implements procedures and maintains property records, handles safety inspections and property inspections to ensure Molasky’s strict ownership ethos and standards are met or exceeded.
Ernest prides himself in his ability at determining precise skill and staffing levels of all facilities to ensure optimal tenant satisfaction while providing for the most efficient operating cost. He determines in–house maintenance and external vendor responsibilities at each property based on building management personnel experience, background and capabilities necessary to maintain the facility in like new condition and cost effectively. Ernest works closely with all on-site building managers to negotiate pricing to fit within budgeted parameters and works with local on-site building management personnel to select all vendors and suppliers to make the facility operate optimally.
His management skills are used to plan and manage employee schedules and to develop and implement a solid cross training program to ensure no employee is irreplaceable. He has developed a true team spirit among our staff, which is essential for keeping the quality of our operation at its best.
Kimberly Stinnett is our property manager who has worked in the commercial real estate industry since 2004. She is also involved in BOMA Nevada, working with industry professionals to set building standards.
Molasky Center Staff
- Janna Nelson, Property Accountant
- Roland Clift, Sr. Engineer
- Melvin Hammond, Engineer
- Bryon Reid, Chief Engineer
- Andres Escobar, Engineer
- Gricelda Ontiveros, Housekeeping
- Rosa Nunez, Housekeeping
- Ana Bertha Franco, Housekeeping
- Silvia Alcantara Cebellos, Housekeeping
- Santiago Romero, Housekeeping
- Sandra Navarro, Housekeeping Supervisor
- Patty Garcia, Housekeeping Manager
- Robert Giel, Property Service Manager
- Peter Bithoulkas, Property Services Officer
- John Frencl Jr., Property Services Officer
- Gene Oceguera, Property Services Officer
- Herbert Webb, Property Services Officer
- Xavier Rodriguez, Property Services Officer
- Chad Sutherland, Property Services Officer
- David Thompson, Property Services Officer
- Phillip Straughter, Property Services
- Eric Stevens, Shoe Shine Services
About the Developer: Molasky Group
The Molasky Group of Companies is considered a primary influence in the astounding growth of southwestern United States. Chairman Irwin Molasky holds one of the Las Vegas’ oldest contracting licenses, obtained in the 1950s when he began building room additions and garage conversions.
Molasky, along with his children, strategic business partners and professional executives, formed real estate companies in Nevada and California and started a tradition of quality real estate development and management. Its impressive track record includes an innovative and highly marketable portfolio of commercial, industrial and residential properties.
They built many of Las Vegas’ “first” landmarks, including downtown Las Vegas’ first Class-A high rise office tower, the 240,000–square–foot Bank of America Plaza; Nevada's first fully–enclosed regional mall, The Boulevard Mall, which opened in 1967 with 1.3MM square feet of retail space and introduced Sears and JC Penney to the market; and the valley’s first private hospital, Sunrise Hospital, along with 300,000 square feet of related medical office space.
The company is credited with igniting the current luxury high–rise residential market, teaming with casino executive Steve Wynn to change the Las Vegas skyline with Park Towers. A testament to elegance, luxury and cutting–edge architecture, Park Towers was named by Town & Country magazine as one of the top five residential buildings in the United States.
In 2005, The Molasky Group of Companies broke ground on Phase II of Molasky Corporate Center, bringing 265,000 square feet of Class A office space into downtown Las Vegas’ re–development district. What is compelling and sets this building apart from other development in the valley is that it will have Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building certification. Through innovative, state of the art strategies for site development, efficient water and energy systems, low maintenance materials, smart building controls and other cost–effective services and amenities, Molasky Corporate Center provides one of the highest quality work environments in downtown Las Vegas.
Today the company focuses efforts on building federal projects nationwide. Its most recent building dedication was in St. Louis, MO where the National Personnel & Records Center for the National Archives houses all military records, from George Patton to Elvis Presley to present military personnel. Currently under construction are four field offices for the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Portland, Cincinnati, Minneapolis and San Diego. For more information visit www.molaskyco.com.