TMG Partners has won awards for many projects
including honors for “Best Mixed Use,”
“Best Office,” and “Best Historic Rehabilitation”.
TMG Partners (TMG), one of the Bay Area’s largest mixed-use property developers, today announces Matt Concannon has joined the firm as Partner.
“Matt will immediately be involved in our complex developments, particularly utilizing his construction experience,” said TMG Partners Chairman and CEO Michael Covarrubias. “His strengths in understanding the local entitlement nuances of San Francisco, Oakland, and the South Bay align directly with TMG’s ongoing strategy for growth across the Bay Area Region.”
Matt was most recently Vice President, LEED AP, with Project Management Advisors (PMA) where he honed his real estate experience of more than 15 years in development, entitlements, design, construction, and financial analysis on a portfolio of projects totaling more than $4 billion.
At PMA, he drove business operations, corporate governance, and business development. Relationship-driven, he navigated institutional investors and a large healthcare REIT, and his experience includes delivering projects ranging from ground-up campus developments to complex urban highrise properties. He has also managed tenant improvement, redevelopment, and capital improvement projects across industrial, office, retail and multifamily.
Prior to PMA, Matt was a Project Manager at Jones Lang LaSalle, and before that was a Financial Analyst with Standard Pacific, a Lennar Corporation. He began his career at CBRE, and is a member of ULI, SPUR, CoreNet, the Real Estate Investment society, and Pacific Twelve Conference. Matt holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Real Estate from San Diego State University.
TMG Partners has been active for over 35 years with more than 70 development projects in the Bay Area Region, including a strong footprint in the South Bay. Of note, TMG is developing the one-million-square-foot Platform 16 office project near Diridon Station in Downtown San Jose in a venture with Boston Properties. Most recently, the firm launched leasing efforts for Telegraph Tower, a fully-entitled, next generation office development at 2200 Telegraph Avenue, which is at the corner of Telegraph and West Grand Avenues in the heart of the Oakland’s Uptown neighborhood. Groundbreaking for the tower is slated for mid-2020.