HFF Taps New Director for Self-Storage Investments
- Nov 22, 2016
Tampa—Tom Doyle has joined HFF as a director, working in the firm’s Tampa office. In his new role, Doyle will focus on the company’s self-storage investment sales transactions in the Southeast and Southwest United States.
Before joining HFF, Doyle was a senior vice president at SkyView Advisors, a self-storage brokerage firm. In this role, he provided clients with a range of advisory services, including acquisition and disposition strategies, asset valuation, joint venture structures, debt and equity strategies and third-party management audits. Prior to SkyView, Doyle was a senior vice president at Brown Gibbons Lang, where he initiated the self-storage group for the regional investment bank. Prior to his career in self-storage real estate, Doyle played professional baseball at the AAA level for the Phillies, Padres, Reds, Rockies and Mariners over a 14-year span, and was a special assignment coach with the Yankees and the Rays. He is a member of the Florida Self Storage Association Board of Directors, and Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama Self Storage Associations.
“Self-storage has emerged over the last few years as a popular investment class and we are thrilled that Tom has joined our team to offer HFF’s valued self-storage clients a key contact in the Southeastern and Southwestern United States,” Matt Mitchell, senior managing director & co-head of HFF’s Tampa office, said in prepared remarks. “Tom is a respected leader in the self-storage space and has developed a reputation for integrity and professionalism, knowledge of the market and dedication to this clients through his long-term relationships.”
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