Matthew Sigel is a Commercial Real Estate Senior Executive with proven track record of acquisitions, portfolio management, redevelopment, leasing oversight, debt and equity transactions, dispositions, asset management and guest speaking. Started a ground up Transactions and Portfolio Management department that invested three private equity funds, opening offices in multiple markets and through innovative solutions, worked out over 20 transactions during the Great Recession.
Mr. Sigel joined Post Brothers in January of 2013 as Chief Investment Officer and first "C" level employee in a growing family company. He left Post Brothers in November of 2013 to start an advisory and consulting practice.
Prior to joining Post Brothers, Mr. Sigel was Chief Investment Officer at Keystone Property Group where he oversaw Keystone's portfolio management, acquisitions, dispositions, and financings. He was involved in the formation of three private equity funds including structuring, road shows and investor relations. He successfully restructured the transactions department to fill a critical need that emerged after the recession effecting commercial real estate in 2008 when protection of existing assets outgrew the need to expand the portfolio. Post recession, he worked out or restructured over 20 deals in order to eliminate recourse liability and provide fresh capital. Additionally, during his tenure at Keystone, he acquired over 30 office assets totaling more than 6 million SF and valued at almost a billion dollars.
A multi-disciplined background including acquisitions, portfolio management, redevelopment, leasing oversight, debt and equity transactions, dispositions and guest speaking.
Mr. Sigel previously spent six years with The Rubenstein Company, L.P. as Vice President and Portfolio Manager. During his six years with Rubenstein, he spent the first two years as an Acquisitions Analyst and the last four years as a Portfolio Manager. Mr. Sigel was involved in the acquisitions and dispositions of assets totaling more than $500 million in Atlanta, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Pittsburgh markets. He was also responsible for the portfolio management of Rubenstein's assets in Atlanta, northern Virginia and the western suburbs of Philadelphia, which all together totaled more than 2.5 million rentable square feet with a combined value of $500 million. The primary focus of the portfolio was Class-A office space with a secondary exposure to retail and flex/warehouse space.
Mr. Sigel earned a bachelors degree in Finance from Pennsylvania State University, is a licensed Pennsylvania Real Estate Sales Person and is pursuing a Pennsylvania Real Estate Brokers License. He formerly served as the Vice Chairman of the Investment Management II Forum for NAIOP National Forums and was a founding Board Member of Whole Life Charter School. He is a member of TriState Realtors Commercial Alliance and a past member of the Urban Land Institute.