Tower Advisor is a leading wireless consulting and acquisition firm, representing property owners nationwide. Our full stack of services encompasses lease buyouts, lease amendments, new lease negotiations, and cash flow management for cellular yields.
Nominally, Tower Advisor is a highly recognized offshoot of our parent entity, The Eisen Organization, a prominent New Jersey-based firm with interests across commercial real estate, residential assets, and cell tower consultancy. Our sister company, Avalair Group, is focused on our dedicated real estate ecosystem.
Norman Eisen is a serial entrepreneur with a decades-long streak of leading his companies into strategic expansion. As the founder and acting CEO of Avalair Group, he is a classic example of honest exceptionalism, taking the company into an era of exponential success—with an expanded portfolio of assets that includes office, retail, development projects, warehouses, data centers, and over 3,000,000 square feet of coveted flex space. Norman is widely regarded as an “asset whisperer”, showcasing an uncanny ability to read, grow, and direct commercial real estate operations as well as land development projects. Working alongside some of the industry’s strongest, cycle-proven management professionals and asset managers, Norman has transformed Avalair Group from a startup success story to a national example of outstanding asset maximization. Norman was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He currently resides in Lakewood, NJ with his wife and 7 boys. In his spare time, he serves as a foundational member of community efforts through various charitable endeavors.
Dore Krankel serves as Tower Advisor’s managing director. Prior to Tower Advisor, she spent over 12 years as vice president at one of the largest wireless acquisition firms in the United States. There, she was responsible for management, origination, site acquisition and business development in the entire Northeast region. Dore also served as a property specialist for Sprint PCS, where she led the identification, negotiation and project management for new Sprint leases in the New York City market. Her experience in wireless development and origination empower her to advocate for the rights and values of Tower Advisor property owners.
Norman Marinoff is Tower Advisor’s vice president and lease consultant. Before Tower Advisor, he spent eight years at one of the largest wireless acquisition firms in the United States. There, he earned accolades as one of the firm’s top contributors for wholesale origination, site acquisition, and business development in the Tri-State area. Before that, Norman founded his career in wholesale mortgage lending, focusing on origination and securitization. Norman’s wireless and lending background enables him to negotiate the best terms for Tower Advisor property owners.
For over a decade, Mark Landsman’s underwriting skills and sharp eye for financial opportunity has made him one of the most respected professionals in the industry. Previously, he worked as a real estate manager and as assistant to the president of acquisitions of a local real estate team, where he built a skillset that would prove to be an invaluable contribution to his future success. In 2015, Mark Landsman joined Avalair as our vice president of mergers and acquisitions. With his efficiency, thoroughness, and extensive experience in acquisitions procedures, Mark ensures the smooth and timely closing of all of our transactions. More than anyone else in our firm, Mark is the person whose blessing supports the signatures on the dotted line.
Joe Blech wears (at least) two hats, both with the same fervor and skill. Hailing from a management position in real estate across Tri State Metro, he currently serves as both a senior sales representative and as asset manager extraordinaire. This combination of talents lends 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.
Amy Kornwasser serves as a wireless consultant and real estate specialist for Tower Advisor. Previously from Actovia, a commercial real estate intelligence company, her expertise includes a successful term as vice president of sales and marketing. With her passion for finding income for her clients, Amy grew Actovia from startup to maturity. Amy grew up in Chicago, Illinois and recently relocated to New Jersey together with her husband and children. Today, she utilizes that same intensity - along with her many years of real estate experience - to construct profitable deals for all her clients.
As a member of our Mergers and Acquisitions department, Martin Zaks manages a multitude of Avalair properties, projects, and relationships. He works at lightning speed to optimize every asset to the benefit of all stakeholders. His creative mind and passion for innovation infuses the Avalair portfolio with continuous advancement—driving our potential forward.
We believe the big carriers have enough lawyers and representatives. So we make it our mission to fight on behalf of the land- and lease-holders.
Fact is, these wireless assets are yours, not the carriers’. Thankfully, we bring the right talents to the table to turn them into mutual assets. Because when everyone wins, everyone wins more.
From our very start in 2003, we went all in. If we were to represent your best interest, we would have to represent all your interests. That meant a full service stack.
A decade and a half later, our approach is still proving right. By leading the way with everything from new leases to cash flow management, our contracts continue to throw off maximum yields for our partners.
Tower Advisor leverages geographic and territorial knowledge amassed by our sister company, Avalair Group. These real estate datasets are invaluable to success.
Where other consultancies rely on loose individual case data, we are empowered by much more accurate insights into land pricing, rooftop valuations, and the premiums that cell towers command over solar installations.