Trammell Crow Co., a national CRE developer and investment firm, has re-opened its office in Seattle and has hired Mike Nelson, Craig Dobbs and Mark Netherland to re-establish its presence in the Puget Sound Region. In April 2013, Tom Woodworth will also join the company.
Nelson, as senior vice president, will oversee all development and acquisition projects, business ventures, finance and operations. He previously served as a senior investment director at Schnitzer West for 14 years where he developed or re-positioned more than 2.5 million square feet of Class A office space
and 575 residential units, collectively valued at more than $1.4 billion. During his 21-year career, Nelson’s negotiated approximately $520 million of construction contracts and led the disposition exceeding $1 billion in commercial and residential asset sales.
Dobbs joined Trammell after a 13-year tenure at Schnitzer West. Now, as senior vice president, he’ll be responsible for sourcing and executing new office development opportunities. As an investment director at Schnitzer, Dobbs and his group re-positioned and/or developed more than 1.4 million square feet of Class A office space exceeding $500 million in value. With more than 25 years of commercial real estate
experience, Nelson has negotiated more than 1.5 million square feet of commercial leases and oversaw the disposition of more than $725 million in commercial assets.
Netherland previously served as a senior investment manager at Schnitzer West, where he directed development of The Shops at The Bravern and coordinated the retail portion of the joint venture capital relationship with Investcorp. In his new role as senior vice president, Netherland will be responsible for sourcing and executing commercial development, as well as investment opportunities. He has served as lead negotiator for 270,000 square feet of retail leases throughout the Pacific Northwest during his 15-year career.
When he arrives in April 2013, Woodworth will bring 28 years of experience, where he has negotiated more than 2 million square feet of commercial leases in the Pacific Northwest and has led the disposition of more than $1.5 billion in commercial assets. He will oversee all development and acquisition projects, new business pursuits, finance and operations. Woodworth previously served 10 years as a senior investment director at Schnitzer West.