Mr. Endsley, Co-Founder of Madison Street Partners has over 20 plus years of commercial real estate experience and has worked for many of the most well know and respected Developers and Landlords in the Orange County marketplace; The Koll Company, Catellus Development Corporation, The RREEF Funds and The Irvine Company.
This Developer and Landlord background gives Mr. Endsley a unique perspective to both sides of the negotiation table which in turn saves his clients time and money. Having worked with hundreds of Tenants & Owners representing millions of square feet and over $500M in accumulation, Mr. Endsley can successfully guide your through the most complex lease, acquisition and disposition transactions.
Mr. Endsley is a graduate of California State University Long Beach with a B.S. degree in Business and an M.B.A. degree from National University. Mr. Endsley also holds the designation of being a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and a Certified Property Manager (CPM). Mr. Endsley is a licensed California state real estate broker.
A founder of Madison Street Partners and tenant representation specialist, Mr. Kinney has negotiated on behalf of many national tenants during his 22 year career including Smith Barney, CitiGroup, Smith Kline Beecham, New England Financial, Met-Rx Products, United Auto Credit, ING, & Clarient/GE Medical. He has also represented many Orange County based tenants including Stratacare, WeveTec Vision, Aspen Medical, Kondaur Capital, Red 5 Studios, Craig Realty Group, Alvarado Smith, Hodel Briggs & Winter, Allen Haight & Monaghan, & Pacific Mercantile Bank. He has helped his clients lease or purchase more than 10 million square feet, and has provided portfolio strategy & administration, transaction management, site & building selection, financial analysis, facility planning, development/construction pro formas & lease administration for clients.
An accounting graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo’s Orfalea College of Business, Mr. Kinney was named Alumnus of the year. He continues to serve as a board member for the College of Business and for St. Mary’s School, where he served as the Board Chair for five years. When not working or volunteering in the community, Mr. Kinney spends many hours watching his sons compete in club ice hockey and club volleyball. Mr. Kinney resides in San Juan Capistrano with his wife, Stacey, and his two sons, Dylan and Parker.
Paul Root has negotiated in excess of $250,000,000 in sales and lease transactions in Orange County. As a Co-Founder of Madison Street Partners, he continues to bring his extensive knowledge and local experience to some of the county’s fastest growing companies.
His market expertise in site selection, sale and lease negotiations crosses all industries in advertising, architecture, biotechnology, healthcare, law and technology. Paul has represented such tenants as Friedmutter Group, Casanova Pendrill Publicidad, Alliance Resource Group, ClinDatrix, Bergener & Associates, Nationwide Health Properties, Model Home Source, Brand Affinity Technologies and Mobius Semiconductor.
He is an active member at The Segerstom Center for the Arts and serves on the Board of the Corporate Council, comprised of corporations who give annual contributions in support of Segerstrom Center for the Arts’ artistic programming and education programs which serve more than 375,000 students, teachers and families in Orange County. Mr. Root is a native of Newport Beach and resides in Corona del Mar.
After a four year NFL career with the San Francisco 49ers and the Buffalo Bills, Mr. Salmon has started and sold several real estate related companies in his 15 year professional career as well as closed more than $250,000,000 in real estate transactions. A licensed California real estate broker, Mr. Salmon has an extensive background in real estate transactions nationwide as well as in California. Mike is an authority in tenant-landlord negotiations, representing corporate space users such as Citibank, GE’s Clarient, American Cancer, United Auto Credit Corporation, Impac Companies, Red 5, Americash, Zoom Health, Pacific Mercantile Bank, First Foundation, Fieldstone Home’s, Athlete’s First, Legacy Sports, Sybron Dental, Aspen Medical, Wavetech, AlvaradoSmith, Craig Realty Group and Kondaur Capital.
The Lott Trophy, one of college football's finest awards, was founded by Mr. Salmon along with the Pacific Club Impact Foundation. In just its third year the foundation has distributed over $1,000,000 to needy charities and universities nationwide. Mr. Salmon serves on the Orange County Youth Sports Foundation and the United Way. He's a member of the Southern California NFL Alumni Association (Caring for Kids), USC's Cardinal and Gold, The Tim Salmon Foundation and the College Football Hall of Fame, in which he donates his free time for each endeavor. A 1993 graduate of USC, he received degrees in Urban and Regional planning as well as Communications. While there, Mr. Salmon was on the Dean’s List and Honor Roll, a 4 year letterman on both the football and baseball teams, and a team captain on the Co-Champion 1993 football team. Mr. Salmon resides in Newport Coast with his wife and three children.
Scott Granger is a partner with Madison Street Partners and is responsible for a variety of corporate portfolio assignments. Active in the commercial real estate industry since 1990, Scott specializes in representing corporations in strategic real estate planning locally here in Orange County as well as across the country. Previously a managing director with Julien Studley Inc., Mr. Granger joined Madison Street Partners as a principal partner in 2006. Scott has completed more than four million square feet of tenant representation assignments involving leased and owned space on behalf of major corporations, start-up groups, law firms, engineering firms and technology companies. These tenant representation assignments include Samsung (multiple assignments), Quest Software, Gateway, Inc. for 280,000 square feet and Emulex Corporation for 245,000 square feet.
Additionally, Scott works as an advisor to various start-up companies about the potential pitfalls that can plague companies when leasing or buying real estate. For the latest trends, happenings and commercial real estate tips you can follow Scott on his blog at scott.madisonminute.com or twitter at @scottgranger.
Scott has been honored as Irvine’s Broker of the Quarter multiple times. He is an active supporter of Project Pride which supports Orange County’s under privileged children in ocean related activities. He also proudly supports the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation, Hopeful Hearts, The Goodwill and Mustard Seed Ranch. Scott is a member of the Newport Aquatic Center competing internationally in outrigger canoe racing and still holds the master’s division record set in 2005 for the Catalina to Dana Point Race in a time of 5 hours and 9 minutes. Scott lives in Orange County with his wife and two young children.
John Bucher is a Principal Partner of Madison Street Partners. Mr. Bucher has over 17 years of commercial real estate experience in Southern California and is a California Department of Real Estate Licensed Broker. He has successfully negotiated over 3 million square feet of office space and his clients are from a wide array of industries such as law, technology, accounting, real estate, healthcare, printing, media and education.
Mr. Bucher exclusively represents corporate tenants and buyers of commercial real estate. His expertise covers all aspects of tenant representation, including lease acquisitions, lease renewals, early lease restructures, and property acquisitions. He is involved in every step of the transaction including strategic planning, site selection, business term negotiation, financial analysis, and lease negotiations.
A sample list of Mr. Bucher’s clients include: CBIZ, Inc., First Team Real Estate, UEI College, ExpoMarketing, Phoenix Audio Technologies, Western Resources Title, Neuland & Whitney APC, Coast Cities Escrow, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Quality Sound Communications, Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C., and International Education Corporation.
Mr. Bucher attended the University of Colorado at Boulder where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Real Estate. He is a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), and has actively participated in the Orange County Big Brother/Big Sister Program for fourteen years. Mr. Bucher resides in Newport Beach with his wife and two children.
After a successful career as a college basketball coach and NBA scout, Greg Marshall made the transition into the equally competitive world of commercial real estate.
Mr. Marshall has completed complex real estate transactions for such firms as Metropolitan West Capital Management, FEDChex, Beyond Marketing Group, Saddleback Constructors, The Cooper Companies and Coastline Micro. He is on the board of Directors for Orangewood Children's Foundation. He serves as an executive committee member of Orange County's top networking group, PurposeNet, and serves as a coach for youth sports in Irvine. He is a graduate of the Leadership Tomorrow Program.
Prior to entering commercial real estate, Mr. Marshall coached college basketball for such schools as Cal Poly SLO, Westmont College and Idaho State. In addition, he served as a scout for the NBA's Miami Heat and Los Angles Lakers. He is an alumnus of Westmont College for his under graduate degree and earned a master's degree at Idaho State. Mr. Marshall is a licensed broker in the state of California. He and his wife, Lois, live in Irvine with their three children, Joe, Jenna and Jackson.
Bridgette specializes exclusively in helping tenants develop strategies for relocation, renewal, expansion or disposition of real estate needs throughout Southern California. Bridgette’s chief objective is to help her clients with exceptional tenant representation services including consulting, strategic planning, financial analysis, transaction management, and lease negotiation.
Prior to her career in commercial real estate, Miss Hertel spent 4 years working in the television development business, where she worked for Fox Broadcasting Company, William Morris Endeavor, the Chairmen of 20th Century Fox Television, and the President of The Weinstein Company. She developed close relationships with leaders in the entertainment business maintaining a rigorous schedule while attaining detailed skills in marketing, communication, deal making, new media technology, and creative interaction.
Miss Hertel is a graduate from the University of Southern California, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in the School of Cinematic Arts with a Minor from the Annenberg School of Communications. Bridgette is a proud alumnus of Delta Gamma and is also an assistant coach for JSerra’s girls Varsity and Junior Varsity tennis team.