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.