Featured Mentors (in alphabetical order)
David Ash, Managing Director, Eastdil Secured
David L. Ash is a Managing Director in Eastdil Secured‘s office in San Francisco, California.
His responsibilities include coordinating Eastdil Secured‘s nationwide multifamily efforts, while
handling the disposition and financing of multifamily properties in the western region of the
United States. Founded in 1967 and headquartered in New York, Eastdil Secured (a wholly-
owned subsidiary of Wells Fargo Bank) is the original real estate investment banking firm.
Prior to rejoining Eastdil Secured in 2001, during the previous seven years Mr. Ash was
involved in acquisition and sale transactions totaling more than $700 million on behalf of UBS
Realty Investors, a Hartford-based pension fund advisor, in its San Francisco office. These
transactions included multifamily, industrial, office and office/R&D properties throughout the
western United States.
A Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude graduate of UCLA with a degree in economics, he
earned his MBA in real estate finance at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Mr.
Ash is a full member of the Urban Land Institute, the National Multihousing Council and the
San Francisco Chapter of the Belden Real Estate Club, as well as a State of California-licensed
real estate broker. Mr. Ash is also a licensed/registered securities representative with Wells
Andy Ball, President, Webcor Builders
As President and CEO, Andy Ball has lead Webcor Builders to a position as one of the largest
General Contractors in the nation with over $1.8 billion of construction contracts in place.
During his tenure, Mr. Ball has transformed Webcor into the technology leader in the
construction industry. He has created strategic alliances with technology companies allowing
Webcor to become the industry leader in developing and implementing new technology to
improve the design and construction process. By working closely with International Alliance for
Interoperability and other world class organizations, Webcor is continuing the advancement and
utilization of Smart Virtual Building Tools.
Mr. Ball is an outspoken advocate of sustainable practices and utilizing resources responsibly.
Through active membership in advocacy and industry groups such as the United Stated Green
Building Council, The Business Council on Climate Change (BC-3), Sustainable Silicon Valley,
and San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom‘s Green Building Task Force, he helps advance the
technology and knowledge base required for the next generation of green innovation. Because of
his strong leadership skills and innovative ideas, in June 2002 Mr. Ball was named as the Ernst
& Young Master Entrepreneur of the Year for Northern California in the ‗Master‘ category.
Mr. Ball is on the Executive Board of the San Francisco Center for Economic Development; he
sits on the executive board of the Bay Area Council and serves as the chair of its Educational
Workforce committee. He is a passionate cyclist and sponsors both the world-class Webcor
Builders Professional Women‘s Cycling Team as well as its associated amateur club, Alto Velo;
the sponsorship is not based on the team‘s win/loss ratio, but is the company‘s way of supporting
amateur athletics, promoting success through teamwork, and showing the youth of America the
way to becoming a true champion. Mr. Ball holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University
of Utah where he majored in Architecture.
Annette Billingsley, Senior Vice President, Union Bank of California Real
Estate Industries Group
Ms. Billingsley oversees the National Real Estate lending effort at Union Bank of California.
Ms. Billingsley joined the bank‘s Real Estate Lending Group in 1995, where she played a key
role in expanding the bank‘s national lending platform. Reporting to Ms. Billingsley are four
Regional Manager‘s whose offices are located in San Francisco, Dallas, Washington, D.C., and
Chicago. Ms. Billingsley has over 20 years of real estate lending experience with major
financial institutions that include Security Pacific Bank and Credit Agricole (now known as
CALYON). Ms. Billingsley graduated with a B.S. in Economics from Arizona State University
and an MBA in finance from Penn State University. Ms. Billingsley is an active member of ULI,
ICSC and a board member of Lambda Alpha.
Robert Brunswick, President & Chief Executive Officer, Buchanan Street
Robert S. Brunswick is the founder and President and CEO of Buchanan Street Partners, a
national real estate investment manager and advisor headquartered in Newport Beach,
California. The firm delivers complete capital solutions to commercial real estate developers and
owners by investing its fully discretionary equity funds and providing commercial real estate
advisory services. The company manages equity funds on behalf of institutional and private
investors. Since its inception, Buchanan Street has completed more than $15.5 billion in debt
and equity financing transactions, investment sales and principal investments. The company‘s
current investment portfolio is predominantly value added oriented and is diversified nationally
and reflects a balance between retail office, industrial and multi-family projects. Buchanan
Street Partners is a subsidiary of The TCW Group, an international asset management firm with
over $150 billion in assets.
Active in the commercial real estate industry since 1981, Mr. Brunswick has served as a pension
fund advisor, development principal and financial and investment intermediary. The early 1990s
saw Mr. Brunswick distinguish himself as a true entrepreneur when he founded Pacific Union
Realty Finance—the predecessor organization that evolved into Buchanan Street Partners—and
directed the company‘s service focus toward commercial real estate investment and finance.
In alignment with Buchanan Street Partner‘s organizational values of “Knowledge, Teamwork,
Integrity and Results,” Mr. Brunswick established the Buchanan Foundation to establish
Buchanan‘s commitment to not only financially give back to their communities, but to take
leadership position within the industry. Buchanan Children‘s Charities, a 501(c) (3)
organization, was founded in 2007 to measurably improve the lives and educational
opportunities for America‘s children. The charity‘s signature events include Challenge for
Children, Encore for Education, and Real Estate Summit.
Mr. Brunswick holds a B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley and has completed
Berkeley‘s Haas Business School Executive Management Program. He currently serves on the
Leadership Council of the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate, and his professional affiliations
include membership in the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), National Association of
Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC),
Urban Land Institute (ULI), Pension Real Estate Association (PREA), Young Presidents
Organization (YPO) and in 2005 was named Ernst & Young‘s Entrepreneur of the Year.
Ken Dupee, Partner, TMG Partners
Ken Dupee, Partner, joined TMG in 1998 and focuses on commercial and residential
development opportunities in the East Bay and San Francisco. Noteworthy projects include the
redevelopment of 600 Battery Street in San Francisco and The Atrium, in Emeryville. Mr. Dupee
has 13 years of direct real estate development and construction experience. Mr. Dupee was a
Development Manager at Catellus Development (now ProLogis) where he built approximately
750,000 square feet of industrial and manufacturing facilities. Mr. Dupee holds a Bachelor‘s
degree from Duke University and a MBA in real estate and finance from the Haas School of
Business at the University of California at Berkeley.
Jane Graf, President, Mercy Housing California
Jane Graf began her career in not-for-profit housing development in Oregon in 1978 through her
involvement in housing issues affecting persons with disabilities. In 1981, she founded
Specialized Housing, Inc., a not-for-profit housing development corporation that served persons
with developmental disabilities throughout the State of Oregon. In 1987, Jane joined Catholic
Charities of the Archdiocese of San Francisco as the Director of Housing Development and
doubled its production of affordable housing over the next 6 years.
As part of a merger in 1993 between the housing development department of Catholic Charities
and Mercy Housing, Jane joined Mercy Housing as the President of the California region. In
1999, her role expanded to include the entire Western Region which resulted in her appointment
as Sr.Vice President of Mercy Housing and expanded her duties to include the role of President
of Intercommunity Housing, the Washington State affiliate of Mercy Housing and President of
Mercy Housing Idaho, the Idaho affiliate of Mercy Housing.
During her 14 year tenure with Mercy Housing, Jane has provided leadership and oversight to
the development of more than 12,000 units of affordable housing in California, Idaho and
Washington. In addition to serving low and very low income families, senior citizens, persons
who are homeless and people with special needs including physical and mental disabilities and
HIV/AIDS, Jane‘s tenure with Mercy Housing has provided homeownership units to over 3,000
low income families in California and Idaho and the revitalization of over 186,000 square feet of
commercial space in challenging neighborhoods throughout California of which 110,000 square
feet are in San Francisco neighborhoods.
Since 1987, when she began her work in affordable housing in San Francisco with Catholic
Charities, Jane‘s impact on the increased stock of affordable housing in the City has been
notable. In that 20 year time frame, Jane added 24 properties to Mercy‘s San Francisco portfolio
for a total of 29 properties in 2007. By 2010, that number will increase to 35 affordable housing
developments in the City of San Francisco, establishing Mercy Housing as a leading producer of
affordable housing in the region.
Jane received a Master‘s Degree in Public Affairs from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor
of Arts Degree in Sociology from the University of Minnesota.
Robert Gray, Senior Managing Director, Rockwood Capital
Mr. Gray is responsible for originating, underwriting and structuring new investment
opportunities and identifying new real estate operating partners. Additional responsibilities
include overseeing the management of over $1.5 billion of Rockwood Capital‘s investments
located in the western United States. Mr. Gray is also co-responsible for the formation and
implementation of Rockwood‘s investment strategy.
From 1990 to 1995, Mr. Gray was responsible for new investments and portfolio management
with Rockefeller & Associates Realty (―RAR‖). During his tenure, RAR invested approximately
$350 million in equity joint ventures to acquire over $1 billion of real estate, which is currently
managed by Rockwood Capital, the successor to RAR. From 1989 to 1990, Mr. Gray served as
Vice President and Partner with The William Ditz Company. As Vice President, he participated
in the development of industrial and land development projects in northern California. From
1988 to 1989, Mr. Gray was a Project Manager and Financial Analyst with Union Pacific Realty
Corporation, the real estate subsidiary of Union Pacific Corporation. As Project Manager and
Financial Analyst, coordinated the project and asset management of industrial and land
development projects totaling over $200 million in northern California and northern Nevada.
Previously, Mr. Gray was an Associate with Bechtel Investments Realty, the real estate
investment arm of the Bechtel family.
Mr. Gray has a Masters in Business Administration in Real Estate and Finance from Southern
Methodist University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics from University
of California, Berkeley.
Jeffrey Heller, President, Heller Manus Architects
Jeffrey Heller, FAIA, is President of Heller Manus Architects, founded in 1984.
He is President of the California Architects Board, and has served as President of the San
Francisco Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. He is a senior counselor in the Urban
Land Institute and past Chair of the Development and Regulations Council. He has served on the
Bay Bridge East Span Design Advisory panel.
Mr. Heller‘s experience spans many different building types including commercial, residential,
civic, renovation, preservation, academic, retail, and large scale urban projects. He is recognized
for expertise in complex urban, mixed-use, and master planning projects, especially in difficult
approvals environments. Jeffrey has Bachelor‘s and Master‘s degrees in Architecture and Urban
Design from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a recipient of a National AIA
Honor Award, „Citation for Excellence in Urban Design‟, for his volunteer work in Soviet
Armenia after the 1988 earthquake.
David Irmer, President, The Innisfree Companies
David Irmer is President and founder of The Innisfree Companies, a diversified real estate
development firm established in 1970 and officed in Sausalito, California. From 1970 to 1975,
Innisfree was a wholly owned subsidiary of the Hyatt Corporation. Its major development focus
was recreational community development at Lake Tahoe/Truckee, California. Innisfree created
the concept of Time Sharing Ownership (TSO), as a fee simple interests in its sales program at
Brockway Springs, North Lake Tahoe. Since this modest undertaking in 1970, the time-sharing
industry has grown internationally to sales volumes of six billion dollars annually.
Prior to creating Innisfree, David established and managed General American Development
Corporation; a company created in the late sixties and sold to an oil and gas conglomerate, King
Resources. General American developed and sold recreational communities in and about the
Lake Tahoe area, as well as other outstanding locations throughout North America.
From 1962 to 1967, David was a partner in the San Francisco commercial-residential
development firm of Desmond Mactavish and Associates. This company developed
neighborhood, community and regional shopping centers, office buildings, service stations,
apartments and multi-family for-sale housing. Prior to 1962, David established Big North
Enterprises, Inc., which developed and sold 86 home sites in the Cobb Mountain resort area of
Lake County, California, known as Alpine Meadows.
As President of The Innisfree Companies, David has utilized his extensive experience in real
estate development to direct the company‘s constant growth, diversity and profitability. His
duties include the acquisition, entitlement, financing and construction management of all projects
the company becomes involved with.
David attended Menlo College and holds a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from
the University of Miami, Florida. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the International
Council of Shopping Centers and the California Redevelopment Association. He is actively
involved in various Chambers of Commerce in cities in which the company has established
development activity. He has four grown children and resides in Tiburon, California, with his
Michael Johnson, President & Founder, Em Johnson Interest
Mr. Johnson is the President and Founder of Em Johnson Interest, Inc.. Mr. Johnson has over
twenty years of experience in urban real estate development. Mr. Johnson completed the
management of the acquisition and redevelopment of a 485-unit, two-block HUD distressed
property in west Oakland as well as initiating several development projects in the Bay Area. In
1997, Mr. Johnson also managed the acquisition of a 16-acre site from the County of Santa Clara
for the development of anew, $41.0 million, 306-unit mixed-income property in Milpitas. In
addition, over the past five years, Mr. Johnson has provided direct project management and
consulting services on over twelve Low Income Housing Tax Credit projects throughout the
From 1989 to December 1991, Mr. Johnson served as the Director of Housing Development for
Neighborhood Housing Services of America, Inc. (NHSA). NHSA, based in Oakland, California,
is a national, non-profit, secondary market lender with a portfolio of over $400 million in loans
to community-based, affordable housing development corporations throughout the United States.
Prior to NHSA, Mr. Johnson spent twelve years in Atlanta doing urban redevelopment and
providing a full range of consulting services to neighborhood organizations, City, County, State
and Federal government agencies, as well as various private businesses and developers. Mr .
Johnson was president of Wilson Johnson Interests, Inc. (WJI), an Atlanta-based real estate
development and consulting firm. While at WJI, Mr. Johnson was the managing general partner
and completed the development of several in-fill new construction projects valued at over $12.0
Mr. Johnson has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Urban Planning, and a Master of
Architecture with a concentration in Urban Real Estate Development, from the University of
Maryland and the Georgia Institute of Technology respectively. Mr. Johnson has served in
various capacities in public and community service while in Atlanta and the San Francisco Bay
Area. Noted activities include serving as a board member on the Berkeley/California
Shakespeare Festival, the Fulton County Board of Zoning Appeals, and the Atlanta-Fulton
County Library Board of Trustees. Mr. Johnson recently served on the board of Glide
Community Housing, Inc. and is a member of the San Francisco Black Chamber of Commerce.
Sylvia Kwan, Kwan Henmi Architecture and Planning
Since founding Kwan Henmi Architecture/Planning, Inc. in 1980, Sylvia Kwan has been
committed to the success of her clients and the realization of their development objectives. Her
architectural design background, coupled with strong communication and leadership skills has
enabled her to realize often controversial and challenging projects. She is particularly skilled at
balancing strong project priorities while achieving her clients‘ goals. Successes include projects
such as Moscone West Convention Center, The Paramount, San Francisco International Airport
AirTrain Domestic Terminal Stations, interiors for AT&T Park, San Francisco Unified School
District and recently Arterra the 1st LEED certified high-rise residential building in SF.
As a student at UC Berkeley and then as a member of the San Francisco Bay Area architectural
community for the past 30 years, Sylvia has been an active and contributing member of the
community. She served as Chair of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce in 2001 and is
now on the board. She is also a member of the Bay Area Council Board of Directors, Lambda
Alpha International Board of Directors, Norcal Waste Systems Board of Directors, College of
Marin President‘s Circle, University of San Francisco Advisory Board for the College of
Professional Studies, and Women‘s Forum West Board of Directors.
As a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Sylvia has been recognized as a highly
respected member of the architectural community. She has served as Director on the American
Institute of Architects National Board, California Council Board and San Francisco Chapter
Board. Due to her knowledge and experience, she has advised the City of San Francisco as a
member of the Port of San Francisco‘s Waterfront Design Advisory Committee, the Technical
Advisory Committee for the Port of San Francisco‘s Design and Access Guidelines for the
Waterfront, and the Geary Street Transit Task Force.
In addition to numerous awards for architectural design, personal recognition includes San
Francisco Business Times 75 Most Influential Women in Business and 100 Largest Women-
owned Business, American Diabetes Association Woman of the Year, Asian Women‘s
Resources Center Outstanding Asian Woman Award, and Asian Business League of San
Francisco‘s 2000 Award for Achievement in the Business Community.
John McNellis, Partner, McNellis Partners
John McNellis practiced law in San Francisco with Landels, Ripley and Diamond and co-
founded McNellis Partners in 1982.
A graduate of UC Berkeley and the University of California's Hastings College of The Law,
John is a member of the ULI–a founding member of both its Environmental Task Force and
Environmental Coordinating Committee–and the ICSC. He has served as the chair of the ULI's
Small Scale Development Council and is a member of the ULI's Board of Governors. He is also
a lecturer for both the ULI and ICSC.
John is the president of the board of directors of Rebuilding Together Peninsula, a non-profit
organization dedicated to the housing needs of San Mateo County's low income residents. He
also serves on the board of directors for another local non-profit, the Peninsula Conflict
Resolution Center, and he works with the Urban Ministry of Palo Alto, both as a volunteer at its
"Food Closet" and as a principal fund raiser.
John has also served on the board of directors for Lambda Alpha International (Golden Gate
Mary Murphy, Partner, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher
Mary G. Murphy is a partner in the San Francisco office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and a
member of the firm's Real Estate Practice Group. Ms. Murphy represents a wide variety of
developers and investors in real estate transactions and land use issues, with particular
experience in historic preservation and tax credits for historic rehabilitation projects.
Ms. Murphy is one of the most influential land use attorneys in San Francisco and has been a
major player in revitalizing the development of San Francisco. She is a pre-eminent figure in the
City for significant and historic public/private development deals. Ms. Murphy currently
represents Treasure Island Community Developers, a joint venture among Wilson Meany
Sullivan/Stockbridge Real Estate Fund, Lennar and Kenwood Partners, in its negotiations to
redevelop Treasure Island, a former naval base in the San Francisco Bay. She is legal counsel to
Westfield America, the developer of the $420 million public/private retail and entertainment
development, the Westfield San Francisco Centre.
Ms. Murphy is also legal counsel to the developers in the public/private partnership with the Port
of San Francisco, in the rehabilitation of Piers 1 ½, 3 and 5, historic waterfront property located
on the Embarcadero of San Francisco's east side. In 2003, this project was named ―Deal of the
Year‖ by the San Francisco Business Times.
Appointed by both Presidents Clinton and Bush, Ms. Murphy served two terms on the Presidio
Trust Board, a United States Government Corporation established by Congress in 1996. As a
principal representing the Presidio Trust, Ms. Murphy represented the Trust in the two largest
transactions it had ever undertaken – the landmark $100 million remediation agreement among
the Trust, the Department of the Army and the Department of the Interior, and a 90-year ground
lease and development agreement with Lucasfilm to build a digital entertainment facility and
office complex in the Presidio National Park, which was also named ―Deal of the Year‖ by the
San Francisco Business Times in 2002.
Prior to joining Gibson Dunn, Ms. Murphy had practiced with Farella, Braun + Martel since
1987, as a partner since 1998. She was a law clerk for Judges Cecil F. Poole and James R.
Browning of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Murphy received her law degree from
Harvard University, cum laude, in 1986. She was a Rhodes Scholar and graduated from Oxford
University with an Honours B.A. in 1983. She received her B.A., cum laude with distinction,
from Yale University in 1981.
Amy Price, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley Real Estate
Amy Price is a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley and co-Head of real estate investing on the
West Coast. She is responsible for the sourcing and execution of real estate investments in
California, Hawaii, the Pacific Northwest and Arizona
Amy initially joined Morgan Stanley in 1993 and has since worked in the New York, Hong
Kong and San Francisco offices. Since 1998, she has been focused exclusively on pursuing new
investment opportunities for the real estate investing business
Amy received her MBA with Distinction from The Wharton School of the University of
Pennsylvania, and graduated magna cum laude from Colgate University
John Protopappas, President & Chief Executive Officer, Madison Park
John Protopappas is the Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Madison Park
Financial Corporation. Madison Park Financial Corporation (―MPF‖), a California corporation,
is a real estate developer, investor, operator and asset manager. MPF was formed in 1985 to
create value through the development and management of real estate.
Mr. Protopappas developed his first live/work project in 1985 and has developed and managed
over fifty (50) commercial and residential projects during the past twenty-five (25) years.
During that time, Mr. Protopappas transformed many neglected properties by turning them into
mixed-use live/work spaces. These projects, such as the historic Tribune Tower, Telegraph Lofts
at the site of the former Sears Roebuck store in Oakland and the Bakery Lofts at the site of the
former Remar Bakery in Emeryville, are representative of his innovative approach to revitalizing
urban neighborhoods through mixed-use projects. The projects‘ continued popularity and
profitability attest to the success of Mr. Protopappas' approach.
Mr. Protopappas is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley with a B.A. in
Economics. In 1985, after five years of investment brokerage experience, he formed Madison
Park Financial Corporation of which he remains President and CEO.
Mr. Protopappas sits on the Board of Directors of Summit Bank. He also serves on the Urban
Land Institute Executive Committee.
Hal Watson, Chief Executive Officer, SNK Realty Group
Mr. Watson is responsible for the overall direction and operation of all SNK Realty Group
activities. Watson continuously makes sure that SNK has the optimal mix of land, labor
and capital so that SNK can compete successfully for the most challenging and
profitable multifamily and mixed-use projects.
During the past decade, Mr. Watson has developed more than five thousand multifamily
units for SNK in the states of California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Texas.
In 1997 Mr. Watson invented Pangeatech, the first multifamily ancillary services
company to provide both high speed Internet service and digital satellite television
programming into multifamily projects. Responding to cost-savings opportunities in
2001, Mr. Watson moved SNK‘s back office operations from San Francisco to Phoenix.
SNK maintains other regional development offices in both Emeryville, California and
Prior to founding SNK in 1990, Mr. Watson worked for Chicago-based JMB Properties
Company in San Francisco. A top producer for JMB, Mr. Watson directed both new and
renewal leasing at seven office buildings totaling more than one million square feet of
Mr. Watson‘s professional affiliations include the Urban Land Institute, National Multi
Housing Council and the U.S. Green Building Council.
In 1987 Mr. Watson earned an undergraduate degree in Government from Harvard
College where he also started for two years as an offensive right guard for the Crimson‘s
varsity football team. Mr. Watson graduated from Highland Park High School (Dallas) and
captained its football team. Born in Austin, Texas, Mr. Watson lives with his wife and
three children in Highland Park, Texas.
ULI San Francisco District Council Sponsors Rafanelli and Nahas
2007-2008 Rockwood Capital LLC
Sares-Regis Group of Northern California
Gold Seagate Properties, Inc.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP
AMB Property Corporation Shorenstein Properties LLC
CB Richard Ellis SKS Investments
Ellman Burke Hoffman & Johnson Studios Architecture
Equity Office Properties Sunset Development Company
Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics Tishman Speyer
Legacy Partners Residential and Commercial TMG Partners
MacFarlane Partners Union Bank of California
Nearon Enterprises Urban Developments
Reynolds & Brown Webcor Builders
RREEF Wilson Meany Sullivan
Stockbridge Real Estate Funds
Silver Chamberlin Associates
Bay West Group
AIG Global Real Estate Investment Corp Bristol Group, Inc.
Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP California Mortgage & Realty
Bank of America Chicago Title
Cornish & Carey Commercial
Bohannon Development Company
Digital Realty Trust
BRE Properties, Inc.
DivcoWest Real Estate Services
Buchanan Street Partners Economic & Planning Systems, Inc.
Capital and Counties U.S.A., Inc. Gensler
Carmel Partners, Inc. Holliday Development, LLC
Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP IHP Capital Partners
DLA Piper Jay Paul Company
Lambda Alpha International - Golden Gate Chapter
Northwestern Investment Management Co.
The Dishnica Company LLC
Farella Braun Martel, LLP Thompson Dorfman Partners, LLC
First American Title Guaranty Co. US Bank
Forest City Residential West, Inc. Westfield Corporation
Grosvenor Seven Hills Properties
Grubb & Ellis Company
Klingbeil Capital Management Friend
LBA Realty Adelante Capital Management LLC
Legacy Partners Commercial, LLC AF Evans
Legacy Partners Residential, Inc. Antaeus Properties, Inc.
Madison Marquette Bard Consulting
Mannatt Phelps & Phillips BayRock Residential LLC
McNellis Partners LLC CalFox, Inc.
Menlo Equities LLC Cassidy Shimko Dawson & Kawakami
Morgan Stanley Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass LLP
NAI BT Commercial Real Estate David Baker & Partners
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP Davies Public Affairs
Pacific Coast Capital Partners, LLC GMB Realty Partners, Inc.
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP Gruen Gruen + Associates
Prometheus Real Estate Group, Inc. Harsch Investment Properties
Prudential Mortgage Capital Company Housing Capital Company
Kensington Investment Group
Keyser Marston Associates, Inc.
LandAmerica Commercial Services
MetLife Real Estate Investments
Northmarq Capital, Incorporated
Reuben & Junius, LLP
Seifel Consulting, Inc.
The Concord Group
The Mark Company
The Prado Group
The Riding Group
The Swig Company
Union Property Capital, Inc.
William McDonough + Partners