CA RE License #01244495
Bart O’Connor specializes in office property leasing and sales in the San Francisco Central Business District. Mr. O’Connor has a diversified background as an accomplished broker and respected project team member. Formerly with Hines, an internationally recognized development firm, Mr. O’Connor was responsible for assisting in the management, operations, and leasing programs of office developments in several major cities in the Western United States.
Mr. O’Connor began his real estate career with Coldwell Banker (predecessor-in-interest to CBRE) in Seattle, Washington, in late 1986, where he focused on landlord and tenant representation.
Mr. O’Connor joined Hines Interests (Hines) in 1993, as part of its West Region Management Team and worked in Seattle, San Diego and Los Angeles before transferring to Hines West Region headquarters in San Francisco. During his tenure with Hines, Mr. O’Connor contributed to the management and marketing of more than 4 million square feet of commercial real estate.
In August 1998, Mr. O’Connor returned to CBRE. He earned a senior vice president promotion and his individual earnings placed him among the Top Five Producers in San Francisco from 1998 through 2003. He was individually recognized among CBRE’ Top Producers nationally in 2000 and 2002. In January 2004, Mr. O’Connor left CBRE with his partners to form the San Francisco office of Newmark Knight Frank. Mr. O’Connor was the managing partner of the San Francisco office from 2007 to 2010, successfully ushering the office through the economic downturn of 2008 to 2010.
101 California Street, San Francisco, CA: 1.2 million SF
|•||One Market Street, San Francisco, CA, The Landmark: 430,000 SF|
|•||Embarcadero Square, San Francisco, CA: 297,000 SF|
US Postal Service: 483,000 SF
|•||345 Spear Street, San Francisco, CA, Google: 200,000 SF|
|•||901 Cherry Street, San Bruno, CA, YouTube: 185,000 SF|
Russ Thompson Award, Newmark Knight Frank, 2012
Office Lease of the Year, San Francisco Business Times, 2007
Mr. O’Connor graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics.