TMG Partners (TMG), one of the Bay Area’s largest mixed-use property developers, today announces the promotion of CIO Matt Field to President with expanded responsibility for the firm’s Bay Area Region real estate portfolio.
Matt will continue chairing the Investment Committee along with David Cropper, Development Director, and Michael Covarrubias who remains Chairman and CEO.
“In his capacity as chief investment officer, Matt successfully executed his strategic direction on individual developments which strengthened the overall portfolio,” said Michael Covarrubias. “As president, Matt’s responsibilities will include guidance on all TMG properties and transactions across the Region, including our recent addition of our Silicon Valley office headed by Ben Kochalski.”
With more than 30 years of commercial real estate experience, including development, finance, leasing and project management, Matt has been with TMG Partners for 26 years managing acquisitions and dispositions. He has been responsible for over $3.5 billion of acquisitions and dispositions for TMG since 2003. He has also managed complex entitlement and development projects, currently including the CPMC redevelopment.
TMG Partners has been active for over 35 years with more than 70 development projects in the Bay Area Region and including a strong footprint in the South Bay, notably with our one-million-square-foot Platform 16 office development near Diridon Station in Downtown San Jose in a venture with Boston Properties.
About TMG Partners
TMG Partners, founded in 1984 and headquartered in San Francisco, is a full-service real estate development and management company. TMG has developed more than 30 million square feet of property throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including Emeryville, Marin City, Mountain View, Novato, San Bruno, San Jose, and San Francisco. One of the most active developers in this area, the company has developed a variety of office, retail, residential and industrial properties, ranging from office campus and multi-story properties in urban, infill locations to mixed-use retail and single-story suburban buildings.