Movers: CBRE boosts life science division with father-and-sons team
Northmarq, Colliers, Trumark, and Meridian also switch up their leadership teams
CBRE has boosted its life science team by bringing on a father-and-sons team from Kidder Mathews.
Gregg Domanico, Michael Domanico, Sai Domanico and Jordan Domanico have more than 30 years combined experience in Northern California and Nevada and specialize in leasing and sale of life sciences properties.
“Gregg and team are coming home,” Matt Gardner, leader of CBRE’s life science advisory practice, said.
Gregg Domanico previously worked at CBRE from 1992 to 1997. He assisted clients across northern California and Nevada raise and deploy more than $15 billion to bring more than 30 million square feet of life science developments to the market. Before returning to CBRE, Gregg managed and led Kidder Mathews’s Life Sciences and Technology group for the West Coast.
In his new position, he will have the title of vice president. Gardner noted that Gregg Domanico “had a hand in establishing the original Life Sciences practice at CBRE in the 1990s.”
Michael Domanico and Sai Domanico join CBRE as senior vice presidents. Michael Domanico works with institutional life science clients and advises developers on capital deployment. Sai Domanico represents a range of life science companies in their laboratory requirements and advises life science developers on the scalability and performance of their facilities.
Jordan Domanico joins CBRE as first vice president specializing in tenant representation and corporate real estate services for emerging, high-growth biotech companies.
➤Northmarq has brought on a new investment team to lead its Walnut Creek office. Anthony Pappageorge, Zach LeBeouf and Marcus de la Peña have joined the firm as managing director, senior vice president and associate, respectively.
Pappageorge will lead Northmarq’s investment sales team covering the Greater Bay Area and Northern California markets, specializing in value-add and stabilized multifamily and self-storage assets with private client and syndication groups.
Trevor Koskovich, president of investment sales at Northmarq, called the group “industry-recognized team” that will bring “truly collaborative national coverage for our clients.”
Prior to joining Northmarq, Pappageorge was an executive managing director with Newmark. He has been responsible for more than $2 billion of transaction volume.
LeBeouf was a senior managing director with Newmark, where he represented both private and institutional clients in evaluating and transacting investment sales.
De la Peña spent the past two years as an associate with Newmark. During this time he assisted in the valuation and disposition of self -storage facilities for private clients throughout California.
➤Colliers has brought on John Salamida to bolster the brokerage’s East Bay team. Salamida will serve as executive vice president in investment sales and advisory services, and will be responsible for leasing activity as well.
Salamida will join Colliers’ Pleasanton/Tri-Valley office. Before joining Colliers, he spent 15 in investment sales and leasing, which includes a nearly 16-year stint at CBRE.
He said he plans to use Colliers’ resources “ to help grow business in the Tri Valley and 680 Corridor markets,” Salamida said.
➤San Ramon-based home developer Trumark Homes has hired Colin Severn to serve as its next chief financial officer. Severn spent two and a half years at Orange County-based Contour where he served as CFO. Before that he was at William Lyon Homes for almost 11 years and rose to CFO there as well.
➤Walnut Creek-based Meridian, a parent company of Marcus & Milichap, announced the promotion of Michael Coon from chief development officer to chief executive. Conn joined Meridian in 2012 and was elevated to CDO eight years later. Over a career of 25 years he has led the development or investment in more than 5 million square feet of projects valued at nearly $2 billion.
Meridian specializes in developing medical real estate. Coon said in a statement that he plans to “expand our core mission and values while aiming to provide greater access to care at a more affordable cost.”
Movers: Promotions bolster CBRE’s industrial and life science offices in Bay Area