|Team Skyline specializes in San Francisco commercial office space and San Francisco executive office space. If you are looking for San Francisco commercial office space, Peter Rosenthal and Stephen Newhauser not only can provide you with the largest selection in the Bay area, but they have the experience and knowledge needed to best fit your business needs. Our wide selection of San Francisco executive office space is sure to satisfy the needs of those looking for efficiency, affordability, and the luxury of professional office space. Read below for both Peter and Stephen’s extensive knowledge in the San Francisco Commercial Real Estate arena.
Peter is an experienced innovative hunter specializing in creating extraordinary value in the San Francisco real estate Marketplace.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
- 15 years real estate experience developing, negotiating and leasing offices.
- Developed over 200,000 sq ft office spaces negotiated and closed 100's of commercial leases
- Served as Chief Financial Officer and VP of Business Development for 100
office executive suites operations.
Starboard TCN, San Francisco, CA
Sales& Leasing Associate
Appian Ventures, San Francisco, CA
Boutique real estate investment firm specializing in providing joint venture equity and mezzanine
debt financing to real estate developers.
Buzzer 9, San Francisco, CA
Residential development firm specializing in the creation of high-end condominiums
Tribeca Film Center, New York, NY
Chief Financial Officer and VP of Business Development
Oversaw accounting, finance and business development activities for Robert DeNiro's executive
suite rental operation. Assisted in creation of various subsidiary companies.
Yohalem Gillman & Company, CPA, New York, NY
OTHER REAL ESTATE PROJECTS
(Scope of work available upon request:)
- 870 Taraval Street, San Francisco, CA Commercial.
- 2829 Steiner Street, San Francisco, CA Commercial.
- 3133 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA Commercial.
- Tribeca Film Center, New York, NY. Commercial renovation;
won award from New York City
Landmarks Preservation Society.
- Tribeca Grill, San Francisco, CA. Commercial Restaurant
- Miramax Films, 375 Greenwich Street, New York, NY. Commercial
- Northeastern University, Boston, MA
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, 1986
- Concentration in Accounting and Finance
Stephen Newhauser is an experienced real estate professional. Throughout his career, he has consistently ranked as a top agent and salesperson. He has completed well over 100 transaction valued in excess of $34,000,000 spread over 370,000 sf. Stephen has played a leading role structuring and negotiating many complex transactions. He brings the highest level of integrity to each deal, which has led to many successful long-term relationships.
Tenant Representation, Project Leasing and Investments Sales
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
- Client & Service Centric
- Aggressive negotiator
- Creative Property Marketing
- Detail Financial Analysis
Starboard TCN Worldwide
Senior Leasing and Investment Sale Specialist
Opportunistic real estate fund focused on mortgages lending, equity placement and development opportunities.
EDUCATION & LICENSING
- University of Michigan 1998- BA General Studies
Concentration in Business, Economics, International Politics
- University of Berkeley
Additional Coursework, Accounting, Finance, Facilities: Operations & Maintenance
- Real Estate Salesperson License #01345119
SIGN OF THE TIMES: Brokers target
man on the street
From the September 27, 2002 print edition Real
Estate, San Francisco Business Times
Peter Rosenthal and his sidekick Steve Newhauser stood on the corner of California and Davis
streets last week and handed out flyers. Wearing dark suits, the two were not your average
minimum wage leaflet purveyors.
Rosenthal is the former CFO of Robert De Niro's Tribeca Films in New York, while Newhauser is a former
WorldCom sales exec. Rosenthal came west for the Internet boom and after several dot-com jobs blew up,
he went to work for Hans Hansson at Starboard TCN. Hansson advocates guerrilla marketing, so Rosenthal and Newhauser hit the street to hustle flyers to support Starboard's mostly Class B building listings.
It's yet another sign of how bad things have gotten in San Francisco real estate. They have gotten calls
from the exercise, but no business yet.
"In this market it's all part of the job, this is what you need to do to generate business,"
Rosenthal, 40, said. "I want to alert people that they are in space that they are paying too much for.
I've got a client in 15,000 square feet with just 12 employees paying $45,000 a month in rent. We can get
it down to $4,000."
Does guerrilla marketing work in commercial real estate? It worked for Alan Collenette and Tom Stubbs
back in the early 1990s when they built Stubbs Collenette into the most successful boutique agency in
the Bay Area on a strange mix of British imports, cold calls, street smarts and plain old-fashioned
brokerage. In today's downturn, most firms are relying on their national cachet and research departments
to pull them through, but it may not be enough - especially if the downturn worsens.
Meanwhile, Rosenthal frequently walks in cold on companies. He reasons every company is either evaluating a change or recuperating from one.
"I don't feel bad about doing this.
You have to make it happen to survive," Rosenthal said.