TMG Partners has won awards for many projects
including honors for “Best Mixed Use,”
“Best Office,” and “Best Historic Rehabilitation”.

October 31, 2017
San Francisco Bay Area Council of the Boy Scouts
Boy Scout Gala Honors Matt Field

Gala proceeds support outreach to low income families and provide scholarships for camp to "at risk" youth

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - SAN FRANCISCO - Oct 31, 2017 - San Francisco real estate veteran Matt Field of TMG Partners will be this year’s honoree at the 33rd Annual Gala held by the San Francisco Bay Area Council of the Boy Scouts.

The Gala will be held on Thursday, November 2 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in San Francisco.  Proceeds assist the local Scout Council in making sure inner city and “at risk” youth are able to participate in a variety of outdoor experiences, including summer camp.

Mr. Field is the Chief Investment Officer at TMG Partners and has 30 years of commercial real estate experience, including development, finance, leasing and project management. He has been with TMG Partners since 1993 and is responsible for managing acquisitions and dispositions, while supporting the firm’s development activities with lead responsibility for the real estate portfolio. Mr. Field also chairs this Investment Committee at TMG Partners and is a member of Lambda Alpha, vrvxt NAIOP San Francisco Chapter, Urban Land Institute, and Fisher Center Policy Advisory Board member.

Boy Scout Troop 14, chartered to the Calvary Presbyterian Church in San Francisco since 1915, will provide the opening ceremony.  More than 350 Scouts have achieved the Eagle Award, Scouting’s highest honor since 1915 including United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. Scout C.J. Johnson, a member of Troop 409 chartered to the Allen Temple Baptist Church in the East Oakland, will share how Scouting has benefitted his life.

In recent years, the Gala Committee has focused on stemming the tide of youth violence by providing educational programs that focus on developing leadership skills and building personal character.  As a result, over a thousand youth are gifted a week at camp to have experiences outside of their urban neighborhoods.

Note:  Past Gala honorees have included:

Spear Street Capital’s Rajiv S. Patel,

Eastdil Secured’s Jeffery Weber,

Hamid Moghadam, Chairman of Prologis,

Dominik “Nick” Slonek of Avison Young,

David Wall of GLL Partners,

Keiretsu Forum’s Randy Williams,

Frank Jordan, former Mayor of San Francisco,

Lewis Coleman, CEO of Bank America Securities,

Sean Lance, CEO of Chiron Corporation,

Robert Parry, CEO of the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank