Senior Vice President Development
Scott Grady joined TRC in 2016 and currently serves as Senior Vice President of Development. With 16 years of experience in all facets of the retail real estate business, he is responsible for the development and redevelopment of a portfolio of retail centers in Southern and Northern California and Hawaii.
Prior to joining TRC, Scott was a Senior Vice President at Emmes, a New York based pension fund advisor, where he was responsible for the acquisition, management and redevelopment of multiple high rise office buildings in Southern California.
Prior to Emmes, Scott was with Redwood Real Estate Partners as a Senior Investment Director, where he was responsible for asset management of a portfolio of West Coast neighborhood shopping centers.
Senior Vice President Acquisitions & Leasing
Tom Kuehl joined TRC in 2016 and currently serves as Senior Vice President of Acquisitions & Leasing. With 11 years of experience, Tom has demonstrated expertise in all facets of the retail real estate product life cycle, including tenant representation, leasing and asset management, shopping center acquisitions and new and redevelopment analysis.
Prior to joining TRC, Tom was Regional Director of Acquisitions at Weingarten Realty (NYSE: WRI), a Houston, Texas-based shopping center REIT. Located in Southern California, he was responsible for sourcing acquisitions in excess of $120 million, including 8,000 Sunset Strip and Westside Center in Los Angeles.
Prior to his eight years at Weingarten, Tom spent three years with Cornish & Carey Commercial, a leading real estate brokerage in Sacramento, California, where he began his real estate career.
Senior Vice President Chief Financial Officer Investment Management
Tim Pettit joined TRC in 2015 and currently serves as Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer of Investment Management. He is responsible for portfolio and investment management as well as all capital market activities. With 13 years of experience, Tim is an expert in real estate investment, capital markets and asset management.
Prior to joining TRC, Tim was with Equity Commonwealth (NYSE: EQC), a $7 billion office REIT in Chicago as a member of the investment team, and was responsible for sourcing and evaluating acquisition opportunities as well as leading dispositions.
Prior to EQC, Tim was at EGI, where he focused on opportunistic and distressed investing across a variety of sectors, including office, retail, industrial, multifamily and hospitality.
Last Modified: 3/30/2016
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