In 2002, Adam D. Rose founded Rose Commercial Real Estate, a leading commercial real estate firm located in Marlton, New Jersey. As President, Adam plays a key role in all facets of the company, from strategic planning and marketing to business development and client relations. He is actively involved in the sales and leasing process as well as investment evaluation, using his 30+ years of industry experience, skills and knowledge.
After graduating from The American University in Washington DC with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, Adam embarked on his career in real estate, becoming a licensed realtor in 1988 and broker in 1995. In addition to his professional responsibilities, Adam Rose is both active and committed to his community. He has served on the Executive Board of Directors of Jewish Senior Housing and Healthcare Service, an agency of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, and on the Board of Kellman Brown Academy, a Solomon Schechter Day School. Adam has been a member of the Jewish Business Network (of Philadelphia) Steering Committee and a member of the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey. He was active in the Cherry Hill Economic Development Committee and the Philadelphia Music Alliance. Adam is also a former member and consultant for the Lubavitch of Greater Philadelphia, an organization that provides classes, camp, holiday and social functions.
In 1998, Adam was recognized with the Jewish Business Network (of Philadelphia) Light’s of Tomorrow Award, which acknowledges recipients for their professional achievement, involvement in community service and Jewish identity. In 2008, Adam and his wife, Stacey, were honored by Chabad at the Fourth Annual Founders’ Dinner where they were recognized for their dedication to the Jewish community and commitment to Jewish education.
Adam grew up and remains a long-time resident of Cherry Hill, New Jersey where he lives with his wife and their three children.