Ed Del Beccaro, EVP, San Francisco Bay Area Manager with TRI Commercial will discuss tenant/landlord legislation and a provide a general update on the Concord commercial market.
More about Ed: Leadership Ed is the East Bay Regional Manager for the TRI Commercial offices located in Walnut Creek and Oakland. The East Bay brokerage operation is full-service with office, industrial, retail, multi-family and investment sales. In addition to brokerage, Ed aims to grow East Bay property management to complement TRI's Sacramento enterprise with over 4 million square feet of commercial property under management.
Specialization Ed is a specialist in leasing and sales of office, medical and retail properties and commercial/residential mixed-used projects. He has vast experience with distressed properties, land sales, securing project entitlements, consultant advisory services, and real estate valuation.
Professional Background Ed's career spans 40 years in the real estate industry in the San Francisco Bay Area. After starting his career at Grubb & Ellis in 1977, Ed ran his own development company from 1983 - 1992. Ed's background includes brokerage, property development both residential and commercial, property management, property entitlements and consulting. Since getting back into full-time brokerage, Ed has been the East Bay manager at Colliers, Grubb & Ellis and most recently Transwestern where he built up an office of 40 brokers, property management and staff. Ed has represented the following cities of Walnut Creek, San Ramon, Clayton and Concord in their excess sites. In his career, Ed has leased or sold over two million square feet of real estate. A few representative clients include UCSF, UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital, California Bank & Trust, Mechanics Bank, Wells Fargo and Community Bank. Recently, Ed successfully co-marketed the Lyric and Midtown mixed use residential/retail developments.
Community Involvement In addition to his management and brokerage activities, Ed enjoys public speaking and community service. He is a frequent speaker on a wide range of topics including real estate, transportation issues, business development, workforce issues and downtown suburban/urban trends. Ed's community involvement includes:
Member of Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce; Board of Directors 2017 - present
Vice Chair, Economic Alliance for Business (EDA); Executive Committee member since 1994; Co-Chair of Legislative & Endorsement Committee
Board of Directors, East Bay Leadership Council; Past President, 1989 - 1991; Past Vice President, 1983-1988; Co-Chair Transportation Task Force
Member & Past Co-Chair Transportation Task Force
California Jobs & Housing Coalition Past Co-Chair, Exec. Current Board Member; Oakland, 2010 - present
i-Gate member since 2012
International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC); 1994 - present
NAIOP member 2010 - present
California Technology Council Board Member; 2014 - 2017
Oakland and Concord Chambers of Commerce
Chamber Music San Francisco Board Member in Walnut Creek since 2014
California Shakespeare Theater, Vice President 2005; Board of Directors 2002 - 2012
Walnut Creek Library Foundation; Past President and Board of Directors since 2004
Past Officer & Board Trustee of JFK University 2004 -2009
Education Stanford University - B.A. in Philosophy