Four Plus Corporation names Matt Volpano as Chief Executive Director

Chartwell Partners is pleased to announce that Matt Volpano recently joined Four Plus Corporation as Chief Executive Officer, succeeding the company’s long-time CEO following a planned retirement in mid-2022 after 18 years of service. Volpano brings a sophisticated understanding of real estate, finance, strategy, and leadership to the business and will guide Four Plus to thrive during its next chapter of growth. He possesses the investment capacity, business acumen, and credibility to make informed recommendations on both existing holdings and future acquisitions. Volpano joins Four Plus from Corporex in Cincinnati, OH, where he served as Senior Vice President, Strategic Capital and Investments.

Our Real Estate Principal, Sean O’Neal, and team culminated a thorough national search working alongside the CEO selection committee of the Four Plus Board every step of the way to select Matt. He brings exceptional depth of real estate industry experience that aligned with the company’s ideal profile for their next Chief Executive. We wish Matt and the entire Four Plus Board continued success during their next chapter.
About Four Plus Corporation
Established in 1935, Four Plus Corporation is a family-owned real estate investment company that owns a broad portfolio of real property assets in New York, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky and Georgia. Four Plus’s diverse portfolio includes office, industrial, residential (student housing), hotel, and shopping center properties.
About Chartwell Partners
Chartwell Partners specializes in retained recruitment at the executive and board of director levels. Founded in 2005, they serve a variety of industries across the nation. Chartwell’s Real Estate Practice, led by Scott Petty, is regularly called upon by clients in the sector to lead C-Suite, board, and other senior executive search assignments. The team prides themselves on their reputation of consistency, confidentiality, and long-term success of their placements.