Chris Economou San Francisco


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Chris Economou San Francisco. Chris has developed a strong array of skills in commercial real estate since 2003 re-positioning, adding value to investments through asset management, strategic acquisitions and dispositions.


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Chris Economou San Francisco

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Chris Economou Founder and Managing Partner CSE Partners is a full service innovative brokerage company and investment fund that utilizes the talents and experience of its executives to locate purchase transform manage and sell commercial buildings. Our unique ability to identify deals through unparalleled exposure to opportunities and our acquisition process creates investment opportunities that are principled and purposeful. We call this “next generation investing” because we’re playing the long game. Our vision is to significantly benefit our investors and their families by transforming the buildings we purchase to achieve maximum value. Our mission is twofold: to deliver enhanced returns and to contribute to a state of property equilibrium in the community. Chris Economou has developed a strong array of skills in commercial real estate since 2003 re- positioning adding value to investments through asset management strategic acquisitions and dispositions. Chris has been quoted in dozens of commercial real estate news articles including the Wall Street Journal Globe Street San Francisco Business Times and he has written articles for Western Real Estate Business. Chris began his career as a successful office investment broker in San Francisco in 2003. In 2009 as the Director of Asset Management for a 30 year-old private real estate firm PMI Properties Chris spearheaded a turnaround from 2009 to 2014 of a growth in profits. According to the San Francisco Business Times "Smashing records for Creative Office Building Sales in San Francisco." Some of Chris’ achievements include representing the buyer and seller of 539 Bryant Street San Francisco in the sale of a 15000000 creative office asset re-positioning the property after acquisition and leasing to world-class technology tenants. The property was sold for 35000000 creating a windfall for investors. In this role in 2014 Chris re-positioned 410 Townsend Street a 70000 square foot creative office building in San Francisco. The building was purchased at a price of 16800000 in 2007 and sold for 47000000 in 2014 to Zurich Asset Management. Chris was a major force in the re-positioning 410 Townsend Street. The building was leased to similar technology companies such as TechCrunch Yammer Zendesk Disney Sony and Eventbrite. 410 Townsend was branded and eventually leased for ten years to Adobe Systems tripling rents and the disposition price. Further achievements include improving acquired assets through lease transactions such as LG Electronics Disney Sony Microsoft HOK Architects Prudential HKS Architects Mahalo PopSugar and many notable sale transactions in San Francisco. Including 625 Third Street 450 Pacific Avenue 384 Bel Marin Keys and 642 Harrison Street among others. In 2016 Chris most recently held the title of Regional Manager for the nation’s largest publicly traded real estate investment firm Marcus Millichap. The firm completed over 38 billion dollars in investment sales in 2016. Chris oversaw regional investment sale transactions in multifamily office land net leased single tenant retail multi-tenant retail hospitality senior housing and affordable housing as well as the activities of Marcus Millichap capital corporation financing division.

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CSE benefits from Chris’ successful senior principal management experience and successful track record in the industry. Chris has been married to his wife Kristin since 2006 and has two daughters. Both children attend Montessori School in Marin County. Chris holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Northeastern University in Accounting and Finance certificates from Harvard Universities on campus leadership and management programs as well as a California brokers license.

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