portfolio on behalf of institutional investors. Upon expandingNuveen’s portfolio and improving its investment performance,Idnani recently joined Dream Unlimited as president earlier thisyear, to build and lead its private real estate platform, DreamEquity Partners. While overseeing profit and loss, product development, capital raising, investor relations, investment performance and overall business management, he aims to provide clients with long-sustaining outperformance and responsible assetsunder management growth.
CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD
Upon commencing his career duringthe financial crisis in 2008, Ted Jacobssaw the opportunity to exclusively specialize in the life sciences sector withinthe San Diego market. With a background in representing and advising lifesciences landlords, Jacobs holds aunique understanding of the operationsand intricacies of various laboratoryuses, and the ability to better negotiateand yield results for clients, rangingfrom start-ups to Big Pharma. He is currently the youngest professional at Cushman & Wakefield to earn the title of vice chairman.With a 2019 leasing production valued at nearly $235 million,Jacobs serves as the firm’s No. 1 producer within the San Diegomarket, a top-ranking broker nationally and a partner on theCushman & Wakefield life science advisory group.
NOAH D. JURAN
Working both as a lender and a mortgage banker throughout his 16-yearindustry career, Noah Juran has financeddeals for a range of product and loantypes throughout the US. During hispast five years with NorthMarq, Juranhas closed more than 125 loans andmore than $500 million in loan volume.Responsible for arranging debt andequity financing for all asset types andsectors, Juran leads and grows the firm’sCincinnati office as managing director. A top producer within thearea and the company, Juran has been consistently recognizedeach year as a top five professional within NorthMarq for his number of completed loans.
At the age of 29 in 2010, Daniel Klein
became the fourth generation to lead
the Baltimore-based, commercial real
estate development and management
company Klein Enterprises. As presi-
dent, Klein has achieved significant
impact on communities through his
work in developing walkable, multi-fac-
eted projects with mixed-use elements,
which serve various audiences and rep-
resent future, smart development. Responsible for the company’s
overall performance, debt and equity management, development
and acquisitions, Klein has guided the company to complete more
than $400 million in transactions.
MATTHEW I. KURZMANN
MARCUS & MILLICHAP
Since joining Affordable HousingAdvisors of Marcus & Millichap in 2011,Matthew Kurzmann has been responsible for the sale of more than 50,000 gov-ernment-subsidized apartment units,valuing more than $3 billion. As seniornational director and first VP of investments, Kurzmann has represented andadvised a wide array of owners in maximizing value and selling affordable housing properties. He also serves on a leadership team which trains new brokers and implements newstrategic business development. His work has consistently earnedprestigious company awards and recognitions, and he was additionally instrumental in founding the AHA Nonprofit Educationinitiative and the AHA Cares initiative, assisting countless non-profit organizations and affordable housing owners.
CAPITAL ONE MULTIFAMILY FINANCE
Following his industry experience in
credit and underwriting, Andrew Kwok
co-launched Beech Street Capital’s West
Coast office in 2011, which Capital One
then acquired. Transitioning to origina-
tion and production, Kwok opened
Capital One’s Newport Beach office
alongside two colleagues and has since
been instrumental in the office’s growth.
As VP of originations, Kwok oversees his
team, employs a staff of 25, develops new
client connections and services existing relationships, while
responsible for originating, structuring and executing a wide
range of multifamily transactions, closing more than 100 debt
transactions within the past five years. He directs the firm to exe-
cute more than $1.5 billion annually. Kwok additionally serves as a
mentor to young industry professionals and students.
THE PALOMAR GROUP
At 34 years old Ryan McArdle, along withhis partners, founded the investmentsales firm the Palomar Group. Since itslaunch three years ago, the company hassold more than $1 billion in assets andhas grown by more than 50% each year.As partner and one of the firm’s principal salespeople, McArdle handles business development and provides productsto assist clients in executing their acquisition and disposition objectives. In addition to remaining active in industry organizations throughout his15-year career, McArdle transacted Georgia and Virginia’s largest