San Francisco

Mark Leary - Executive Managing Director
916-764-4191

License CA: 01177579
San Francisco, CA

mark.leary@ngkf.com

Since 1994, Mark Leary has focused exclusively on the disposition and acquisition of multifamily assets located in Northern California. In that time, he closed in excess of $5.0 billion in transactions. Mr. Leary specializes in the sale of large institutional multifamily assets as well as land for development of new multifamily projects and his geographic market expertise is comprised of the Bay Area, Sacramento and the Central Valley markets. He has sold all types of multifamily assets ranging from newly built class A assets, value-add assets. condominium conversions, distressed vacant assets, and land for multifamily development. He has been involved in over 400 multifamily transactions, since his first sale of a 10 unit boarded up REO for American Savings.

Mr. Leary is a fourth generation Californian and a third generation real estate broker. He is a member of NMHC and the Urban Land Institute (ULI). He has a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Colorado.

Craig Chiappone - Executive Managing Director
415-273-2131

License CA: 01303556
San Francisco, CA

cchiappone@ngkf.com

Craig Chiappone has over 19 years of experience specializing in the sale of apartment properties and multifamily land throughout California. In that time, Mr. Chiappone has personally generated and closed over 150 transactions for a cumulative of over 7,000 units and $2.5 billion in transaction volume. Though the majority of Mr. Chiappone’s clients are private investors, he has represented numerous institutional clients as well. He has extensive experience with the most complex of transactions and has multiple long-standing clients who exclusively utilize his services. Mr. Chiappone began his career at a leading Bay Area brokerage firm where he received numerous accolades and was consistently one of the firm’s top producers. He is also an active owner and manager of apartment properties throughout the Bay Area and other western states. This diverse involvement in the multifamily industry translates into the broad knowledge base Mr. Chiappone brings to his multifamily advisory services.

Mr. Chiappone was raised in the Bay Area and graduated from the University of Oregon with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a minor in Italian language.

John McCulloch - Executive Managing Director
310-454-9500

License CA: 01367393
San Francisco, CA

john.mcculloch@ngkf.com

John McCulloch, executive managing director, has been a multifamily investment specialist since 2002. During this time he has brokered disposition transactions totaling in excess of $2.8 billion. Prior to joining Newmark Knight Frank, John was a Vice President with a leading San Francisco-based multifamily brokerage firm. In this capacity he advised a blue-chip roster of institutional clients, in partnership with Curtis Gardner, on an extensive range of apartment, land and condominium conversion transactions. Additionally, he established the firm's regional office in Los Angeles and successfully broadened the firm's service and geographic reach into Southern California. John has background that includes real estate asset management, private equity investment and industrial development. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Middlebury College.

Mike Colhoun - Senior Managing Director
415-273-2177

License CA: 01464496
San Francisco, CA

mike.colhoun@ngkf.com

Specializing in the disposition of apartment properties since 2007, Mike Colhoun's specialties include value add multifamily, market rate multifamily, rent controlled markets, and vacant land. Mike has been intimately involved in the disposition of various multifamily assets and portfolios. His responsibilities include client development, marketing and pricing strategies, conducting property tours and managing the due diligence and escrow process for his listings.

Prior to joining Newmark Knight Frank, Mike was with Arroyo & Coates for two years. While there he worked on stabilized assets and distressed assets. Prior to that Mike worked with Sequoia Land investments as a project manager for their ground up development and entitlement projects. This wide range of evaluating properties has proved valuable while assisting his clients. Mike is a licensed broker in California and possesses a bachelors degree from the University of Colorado in economics.

Nate Oleson - Managing Director
916-599-6523

License CA: 01467941
San Francisco, CA

nate.oleson@ngkf.com

Nate Oleson, managing director, has closed roughly 4,000 units representing over $500,000,000 in sales volume since 2004. His primary focus is on private real estate owners in the Sacramento apartment market and distressed assets throughout Northern California. He is a proven performer and has built a strong reputation with his clients by maximizing value and remaining committed throughout the entire transaction process. In addition to his sales experience, Nate also brings asset management experience to the Newmark Knight Frank. Nate is a graduate of Stanford University and is a licensed real estate salesman in California.

Matthew C. Sheridan - Director
415-273-2179

License CA:01390209
San Francisco, CA

matthew.sheridan@ngkf.com

Matthew C. Sheridan is director and specializes in San Francisco apartment building sales. He joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2012 after 20 years of working in multi-family housing in San Francisco. He also serves as publisher of the SF Apartment Magazine, a monthly trade journal that addresses the management, ownership and sales of apartment buildings in San Francisco. He obtained his California real estate license in 2002.

Mr. Sheridan is a graduate of the University of Oregon and received a B.A. in political science. After working in politics in San Francisco, he served for several years as deputy director of the San Francisco Apartment Association, a nonprofit trade association representing landlords. In 1997, he started Black Point Press, a boutique publishing house that produces trade magazines for the multi-family housing market.

Matthew served on the San Francisco Civil Grand Jury for a year investigating and reporting on malfeasance in city government. He was an officer and governor for many years at the Dolphin Swimming and Boating Club.

He is active member of the San Francisco Apartment Association, Coalition for Better Housing, San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association and the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition.

He lives in San Francisco with his wife and two children in the Richmond District.  An active parent at both his children’s schools (Katherine Delmar Burke School and Pacific Primary Preschool), he has chaired book fairs, served as room parent, and lately, running up and down soccer fields as a coach of his daughter’s team.

Marc Andenmatten - Director
916-835-8844

License CA: 01956176
San Francisco, CA

marc.andenmatten@ngkf.com

Marc Andenmatten joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2013 to further expand the firm’s multifamily platform in Sacramento and the Central Valley. His focus is to provide high level advisory services to his clients with an emphasis on middle-market transactions and he has closed over 1,000 units representing over $75,000,000 in sales volume since 2014. Mr. Andenmatten has extensive experience in garden-style apartment buildings specifically.

Mr. Andenmatten’s ability to understand the specific needs of his clients allows him to deliver a customized solution ensuring a successful outcome for all parties involved in a transaction. He has earned a reputation for his strong work ethic and ability to proactively source proprietary opportunities, and he is knowledgeable in all facets of a sales transaction, including: financial analysis, underwriting, operating budget analysis, location and submarket research, due diligence review and contract negotiations.

Mr. Andenmatten was born and raised in Switzerland and has family roots in the East Bay Area. He graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor's degree in international studies, is an active member of the Urban Land Institute and is an avid golfer.

Rob LeDoux - Director
415-430-1047

San Francisco, CA

rob.ledoux@ngkf.com

Rob LeDoux, director, joined Newmark Knight Frank in December of 2014 bringing over five years of commercial real estate experience. In his current position, Mr. LeDoux is responsible for financial analysis, market research, pricing strategy, marketing and client development. Prior to joining Newmark Knight Frank, he worked as a financial analyst with Pacific Urban Residential in their Palo Alto office. Before that, he worked with the Net Lease Investment Services group and the multifamily group for Cassidy Turley (now Cushman & Wakefield) in San Francisco.

Mr. LeDoux is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor’s Degree in political economy, and has been a licensed real estate salesman in the state of California for 10 years.

Cameron Corwin - Investment Analyst
510-867-4758

License CA: 02049950
San Francisco, CA

cam.corwin@ngkf.com

Cameron Corwin joined Newmark Knight Frank to further expand the firm’s multifamily investment sales operations in Northern California. Being a Bay Area native and from a real estate background, he brings to Newmark Knight Frank extensive experience analyzing opportunistic and distressed real estate assets as well as debt investments.

Prior to joining Newmark Knight Frank, Mr. Corwin was with Deloitte Consulting for three years as well as managing and growing his personal investment portfolio. Cameron graduated cum laude from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and is an active member of the Urban Land Institute’s Young Leaders Group.

Matt Neault - Investment Analyst
415-430-1051

San Francisco, CA

Matthew.Neault@ngkf.com

Matt Neault joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2018 as an investment analyst with over 4 years of real estate private equity experience. In his current position, Mr. Neault focuses exclusively on the disposition of institutional multifamily assets. He is responsible for, but not limited to, financial analysis, market research, pricing strategy, and marketing. Prior to joining Newmark Knight Frank, he worked as the Director of Acquisitions for Veneto Capital Management in Beverly Hills, California. Before that, he worked as an Acquisitions Associate for PacVentures, Incorporated in La Jolla, California.

Mr. Neault received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a Finance concentration, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from San Diego State University. He is an active member of the Urban Land Institute.

Ian O’Connor - Investment Analyst
415-430-1038

San Francisco, CA

ian.oconnor@ngkf.com

Ian O’Connor joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2017 as an investment analyst with over five years of investment management and financial services experience. In this role, Ian is responsible for market research, underwriting, financial analysis, marketing and investment strategy, focusing exclusively on the disposition of institutional assets.  Prior to joining Newmark Knight Frank, Mr. O’Connor was a Vice President at Personal Capital, a leading digital investment management firm based in San Francisco with over $6 Billion Assets Under Management. While at Personal Capital, he was responsible for Investment strategy, portfolio management and financial analysis for high net-worth families. 
 
Mr. O’Connor graduated from Santa Clara University, with a BS in Business Administration and concentrations in Finance and Economics. He was also a 4-year member and Team Captain of Santa Clara’s Division I Men’s Baseball Team. He holds his Series 7 and 65 licenses and is an active member of the Urban Land Institute.