Achievements result from the culture, organization, and experience of a team. Moore is replete with motivated self-starters committed to success.
Chief Executive Officer
President / Chief Executive Officer
Vincent Coviello is responsible for all aspects of the Moore Platform, investing in and operating office, retail, and industrial assets. Mr. Coviello has over 25 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry that includes leasing and sales, corporate real estate management, and construction/development.
Prior to joining Moore, Mr. Coviello was a Senior Director at TSC Realty and John Akridge Companies. Mr. Coviello has a Construction Management and Real Estate Development degree from Colorado State University.
Executive Vice President /
Chief Operating Officer
Executive Vice President / Chief Operating Officer
Mario Silva joined Moore in January 2018 as a Senior Vice President and is responsible for leading the property management group. Mr. Silva has more than 25 years of commercial real estate experience, including asset management, acquisitions/dispositions and property management.
Prior to joining Moore, Mr. Silva was VP of Portfolio Management for First Potomac Realty Trust, where he was responsible for executing asset strategies. He also served as Director of Property Management with Brookfield Office Properties.
Mr. Silva is a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and is a certified LEED Green Associate. He is a graduate of Catholic University with a Bachelor of Arts in Financial Management and a graduate of American University with a Master in Business Administration in Real Estate Finance and Urban Development.
Executive Vice President – TX
Executive VP - TX
Julia Taylor joined Moore in 2008 as Vice President to lead the firm’s Austin, Texas portfolio. Ms. Taylor's 25 years of commercial real estate experience includes leasing, property management, asset management, and tenant construction.
Prior to joining Moore, Ms. Taylor was with CB Richard Ellis as Director of Asset Services and managed a one million square foot portfolio. Ms. Taylor is a Certified Property Manager and past president of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM).
Vice President – Leasing
VP - Leasing
Mr. Asher joined Moore in 2010 as Leasing Manager to lead the firm's Maryland, Virginia and DC portfolios. Ed has over 15 years of real estate experience.
Prior to joining Moore, Mr. Asher spent five years with Cushman & Wakefield as a leasing agent where he focused on tenant and landlord agency reprsentation in Suburban Maryland, and was responsible for over $45 million in transactions. Prior to a career in commercial real estate, Mr. Asher worked as a paralegal for Linowes and Blocher, a leading real estate law firm in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area. He worked in that firm's Land Uses and Tax Appeal practice areas. Mr. Asher brings a unique quality and diversity to the firm.
Senior Vice President / Controller
VP - Accounting
Greg Beckman joined Moore in 2016 to lead the firm's accounting, tax and financial reporting functions. Mr. Beckman is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with over 25 years of accounting and financial reporting experience.
Prior to joining Moore, Mr. Beckman worked in accounting and financial management for several companies including Integrated Communication Solutions and Demore Development. Early in his career he was an active CPA with Linton, Shafer and Company in their Silver Spring and Frederick, MD offices. Mr. Beckman graduated cum laude from Mount Saint Mary's University with a BS in Accounting.
Peter F. Doherty
Senior Vice President – Investments
Senior VP – Investments
Peter F. Doherty
Peter F. Doherty joined Moore in April 2018 as Senior Vice President responsible for leading the firm’s investment activities. Mr. Doherty has 25 years of commercial real estate experience in all facets of principal investing on behalf of institutional, private, domestic and foreign investors primarily throughout the Mid-Atlantic and South Eastern US.
Prior to joining Moore, Mr. Doherty was a Principal with Griffith Properties, LLC, where he was responsible for executing investment strategies throughout the Washington, DC region. Prior to Griffith, Peter held senior investment positions with KBS Realty Advisors and Lend Lease.
Joseph Moore joined Moore in 2012 and is responsible for all investment activities. Joe has been involved in all aspects of Moore’s operations since joining, including leasing, property management, asset management, and pre-development activities.
Joe is a graduate of Washington & Lee University and has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Vice President – Leasing
VP - Leasing
Daniel Purrington joined Moore in 2017 and is responsible for leasing in the Virginia portfolio. Mr. Purrington has 20 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry that includes leasing and portfolio management.
Prior to joining Moore, Mr. Purrington was Portfolio Manager at First Potomac and Vice President of Leasing at Brookfield Properties. Daniel has a Master Degree in the Science of Real Estate from Johns Hopkins University and a BA in Real Estate Finance from James Madison University.
William H. Wilmer
Senior Vice President – Construction
Senior VP - Construction
William H. Wilmer
Mr. Wilmer joined Moore in 2008. He is responsible for the management of tenant construction and pre-acquisition budgeting.
Prior to joining Moore, Mr. Wilmer was a Project Manager with HITT Contracting and worked as a consulting construction manager assisting owners with new construction and adaptive reuse projects. Mr. Wilmer is a LEED AP and has over 25 years of construction experience.
Our Core Values
Accountable • Invested • Entrepreneurial • Communication
Respect • Integrity • Responsive • Initiative
Moore was founded in 1979 as a commercial real estate development company with a platform for execution. Although the company has evolved to emphasize investment rather than development, its belief in the necessity of an execution platform has only strengthened.
From inception, the principals of Moore personally select, lease, and invest in its projects.
Moore has invested in millions of square feet and financed over one billion dollars in commercial real estate. Most of the product has been office buildings, but industrial, retail, flex space, and urban land assemblages have also been acquired.
The traditional focus has been the acquisition of properties in which significant value could be added through the resolution of problems. However, Moore also undertakes stable properties in which risk and return are in balance.
Moore selects major metropolitan markets with accelerated growth that is underpinned by the industries and opportunities of tomorrow. A highly educated work force, strong forecasted job growth, large government and educational institutions, barriers to entry, and quality of life are among the factors we consider. We currently have multiple buildings in two vibrant, consistently high-performing markets: metropolitan Washington, D.C. and Austin, Texas.
Ranked #1 by Forbes for best cities for jobs and 3rd fastest growing city in the nation.
Low cost of living and great quality of life that is highly attractive to the “millennial” workforce.
D.C. Metro Region
The stabilizing influence of the federal government and a high concentration of Fortune 500 headquarters and regional headquarter locations
Austin Also Features:
Highly educated work force and growing prominence as a center of advanced education -- the U.S. Census Bureau reports that Austin ranks 5th among the most educated cities in the U.S.
Cluster of prominent Hi-Tech companies including Indeed, Facebook, Google and Apple, in addition to semi-conductor research and manufacturing firms such as Dell Computers, Motorola, IBM, Advanced Micro Devices and Samsung Electronics.
Current unemployment rate of 3.0%, which is lower than the statewide rate of 3.4% and the national rate of 3.7% (October 2019).
D.C. Metro Also Features:
Montgomery County, Maryland’s biotech and genomics industry, and its federal medical research campuses such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Institute of Health (NIH).
Northern Virginia’s prominent role in defense, homeland security and internet technology industries, and its federal intelligence campuses such as the Central Intelligence Industry (CIA), National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGIA) and National Reconnaissance Office (NRO).
Over the last 10 years the DC area has added over 7 million square feet of major corporate headquarters, including Amazon's upcoming HQ2, Northrop Grumman, Nestle, Virginia Tech's Innovation Center, and Lockheed Martin.
Current unemployment rate of 3.2%, is lower than the national rate of 3.7% (October 2019).