Core Coda Team

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Otto Magdanz
Co-Founder & President

Otto Magdanz is the president of Coda Managed Homes.  A graduate of Harvard Business School, he has over eight years of experience in service-based businesses and is an entrepreneur by nature.  Otto’s passion for helping others has been highlighted by his development of various successful concierge-type businesses throughout the years.  In 2007, Otto founded DormAid, which is a specialized company that provides a myriad of services to busy college students throughout the east coast.  Today, Otto’s leadership has helped to propel Coda Managed Homes to be the standard for quality concierge caretaker services in the MetroWest area.  In his free time, Otto enjoys ice hockey, snowboarding and blowing glass at his family’s glass studios in Marthas Vineyard and Cambridge.

Greg Cohen
Co-Founder

Greg Cohen brings over twenty-five years of experience in the real estate industry and is a founding principal of Coda Managed Homes.  Greg’s real estate journey began in 1992 where he worked in real estate construction, development and general contracting.  In 1995, Greg founded Coda Development, which focused on the production of high-end residential properties in the Greater Boston area.  His network of home care and construction professionals in the Boston Area is endless.  Through his expertise, reliability and trustworthiness, Greg has been involved with developing, historically preserving, renovating and restoring homes that have been standing for multiple generations.  Greg is a Wellesley resident and is an avid skier, fisher and hiker who can be found spending time with his family and two dogs when not building luxury properties. 

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Annie Murawski
Design & Operations

Annie’s background in art dealing and consulting may seem like an unlikely fit for a home management company but has armed her with over 10 years of experience in luxury service and design. Before joining the Coda Team she worked in art galleries and most recently as an art consultant for designers and architects working on large, custom renovations and new construction projects. She brings her eye for design and a strong sense of structure to the company, and has helped Coda to build out more robust project management and task tracking systems. Annie is also proficient in architectural planning and modeling software, adding a new element to Coda’s ability to help our clients think through and visualize their projects.

 
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Jon Shocket
Head of Field Operations

Jon has worked in Real Estate and Property Management since 1997.  He started as a leasing consultant for Princeton Properties where he managed roughly 800 apartments spread across 8 communities. After many years there he left to start his own mortgage corporation, an experience that gave him extensive experience in construction and finance.  In 2011, Jon joined Skinner Demolition where he helped grow his division and launched a new branch within the company, Skinner Disposal.  Jon’s experience also includes multiple ground-up residential developments.  At Coda, this varied and extensive experience makes him the perfect fit to run our field operations, and to oversee our medium to large projects.  Jon lives in Sharon with his wife and 2 children, and he is the head coach of Sharon High School Lacrosse.

Austin Brodsky
Project Manager

Austin received his Bachelor’s in Business Administration and Management from the University of Connecticut in 2015, since which time he has been working in luxury construction.  Before joining the Coda Team he worked for a high-end custom builder and development company out of Connecticut as a Project Manager and client Liaison.  As a Project manager at Coda, Austin brings a positive and dedicated approach to projects of all sizes and with the constant flux of tasks and challenges brought to Coda, his skillset never stops growing. Austin recently received his Construction Supervisors License in the state of Massachusetts and continues to prove himself as an invaluable member of the team.

 
 

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