TMG Partners has won awards for many projects
including honors for “Best Mixed Use,”
“Best Office,” and “Best Historic Rehabilitation”.
Executives Advance to CIO, Vice Chairman and Executive Vice President
SAN FRANCISCO (May 12, 2014) – TMG Partners, one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s largest mixed-use property developers, announced today the promotions of three executive-level employees in recognition of their continued performance and responsibilities.
Matt Field, previously managing director, has been promoted to chief investment officer; Cathy Greenwold, previously executive vice president of capital markets, has been promoted to vice chairman; and Lynn Tolin, previously director of asset and property management, has been promoted to executive vice president. Together they represent over 90 years of industry experience.
Field has been with TMG Partners for 21 years, responsible for managing acquisitions and dispositions, while supporting the firm’s development activities. In his role as CIO, he will have lead responsibility for the real estate portfolio and will chair the Investment Committee.
Greenwold, with TMG Partners for 22 years, is responsible for expanding the company’s portfolio through strategic acquisition of projects with an emphasis on development opportunities and value enhancement. As Vice Chairman, she oversees general company direction as well as having specific responsibility for the San Francisco, East Bay and North Bay development projects.
Tolin is a 26-year veteran with TMG Partners. She has overseen the management of approximately seven million square feet of various property types. In her expanded role as executive vice president, Tolin will continue to be responsible for the management of the entire property portfolio valued in excess of more than $1 billion.
“With their collective experience in the San Francisco Bay Area, Matt, Cathy and Lynn are key to TMG’s position as one of the Bay Area’s leading developers,” said Michael Covarrubias, chairman and CEO of TMG Partners. “The depth of our management team has fostered local relationships, allowing us to reinvent our thinking and anticipate what’s next.”