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SOLD OUT – Icons with George Marcus

March 28, 2013
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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City Club of San Francisco
155 Sansome Street, 9th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104 United States
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5:00-6:00pm   Registration and Networking
6:00-7:00pm   Program
7:00-8:00pm    Reception

Join ULI San Francisco for its second installment of our signature Icons series. This exclusive members-only event provides the opportunity to hear firsthand from a Bay Area veteran real estate icon that has made a major impact on the markets and communities where they’ve worked, built businesses and contributed to the community.  Mike Covarrubias, Chairman and CEO of TMG Partners, will interview George Marcus and ask for his insight and perspective into the market, leadership, career paths, success, lessons learned and what ULI means to him.

This event is expected to sellout.

George Marcus
George M. Marcus is the Co-Founder and Chairman of Marcus & Millichap Company.  Founded in 1971, Marcus & Millichap Company is the parent company of a diversified group of real estate service, investment, and development firms including Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services, the largest commercial investment real estate brokerage firm in the nation with over 1000 brokers in offices nationwide, and SummerHill Homes, one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s largest home builders.  Also falling under the Marcus & Millichap family of companies are Pacific Urban Residential, SummerHill Apartment Communities and Meridian Property Company.  Mr. Marcus is also Chairman of Essex Property Trust, a publicly traded company.  Essex was recently inducted into the Real Estate Investment Trust Hall of Fame for having the highest return to shareholders of all multifamily Real Estate Investment Trusts over the last 5 years.  His professional memberships include the Real Estate Roundtable and Urban Land Institute, as well as numerous other professional and community organizations, including International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC), Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST), and The Commonwealth Club of California.  He is also an Emeritus Board Member of the Corporation of Fine Arts Museums (COFAM) where he served on the development committee that built the de Young Museum in San Francisco, and is a Regent Emeritus of the University of California.

Mr. Marcus graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from San Francisco State University in 1965 and was honored as Alumnus of the Millennium in 1999.  He is also a graduate of the Harvard Business School’s Presidents Management Program and the Georgetown University Leadership Program.

Mike Covarrubias
Michael A. Covarrubias, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, joined TMG in 1988. Mr. Covarrubias chairs TMG’s Investment Committee, oversees all of the company’s operations and has directed the company since 1995.

Prior Mr. Covarrubias’ professional background includes 17 years with Union Bank, including commercial and real estate lending as well as administrative management. In his last position, he served as Senior Vice President and Manager of Union Bank’s Silicon Valley Regional Real Estate Center.

Mr. Covarrubias is a graduate of the University of San Francisco with a Bachelor’s degree in business administration.

Bay Area Council, Director, Secretary, Member-Leadership Council
Bay Area Council Economic Institute, Board Trustee
The Committee on Jobs, Director, Executive Committee
Urban Land Institute, Trustee, Governor-ULI Foundation, San Francisco District Council Governance Committee Member|
Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics, University of California, Berkeley, Policy Advisory Board Member and Executive Committee Member
Lambda Alpha, Member
Presidio Bank, Director and Founder
Center for Creative Land Recycling, Board Member

American Heart Association, American Red Cross, City of Hope, United Way of the Bay Area

$60, for ULI members only*


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