TMG Partners has won awards for many projects
including honors for “Best Mixed Use,”
“Best Office,” and “Best Historic Rehabilitation”.
Executives Advance to Development Director, COO, and Vice President
SAN FRANCISCO (Oct. 28, 2015) – TMG Partners, one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s largest mixed-use property developers, announced today the promotions of four executives in recognition of their continued performance and responsibilities.
David Cropper, currently Managing Director focusing on the Silicon Valley, will become Development Director for the entire TMG Partners portfolio. With TMG since 2000, he has 30 years of development experience, including project design, entitlement, construction and finance and is a member of the firm’s Investment Committee. He has been a partner in more than 15 million square feet of development transactions at TMG and most recently leads the acquisition and redevelopment of Champion Station, an 810,000 square foot rehabilitation of Cisco Systems’ former headquarters.
Lynn Tolin, Vice President Asset and Property Management, will assume the new role of Chief Operating Officer responsible for the operations of the company, including property and asset management, accounting, legal and administration. Tolin is a 26-year veteran with TMG Partners. She has overseen the management of approximately twenty million square feet of various property types.
Matt Field, Chief Investment Officer, will continue to be in charge of asset acquisitions and dispositions for the Bay Area and now assumes the role of Chairman of the Investment Committee. Field has been with TMG Partners for 21 years, responsible for managing acquisitions and dispositions, while supporting the firm’s development activities with lead responsibility for the real estate portfolio. He and Cropper will serve on that committee along with Cathy Greenwold, Vice Chairman. Greenwold, with TMG Partners for 23 years, is responsible for Capital Relationships.
Zoa Town is being promoted to Vice President Property and Asset management responsible for the Company’s asset portfolio. Town, with TMG for 14 years has been Assistant Asset and Property Manager and now assumes full responsibility for the TMG Portfolio reporting to Tolin.
“With their collective and deep development experience across the San Francisco Bay Area,these principals are fundamental to TMG’s success as one of the Bay Area’s leading developers,” said Michael Covarrubias, Chairman and CEO of TMG Partners. “The breadth of expertise in our management team has fostered local relationships, key to our ability to reinvent our thinking and continue our consistent and strategic expansion.”