Fenway Capital Advisors’ (FCA) disciplined approach focuses on creating value through acquiring and repositioning mismanaged and/or under-invested assets in markets with strong fundamentals and positive growth characteristics across the Western U.S. Collectively, FCA principals have more than 50 years of industry experience, spanning multiple cycles, across all disciplines of the real estate industry, including acquisitions, asset management, development and leasing.
The success of FCA is driven by a four-pronged approach of (i) identifying opportunistic situations, (ii) investing targeted capital, (iii) managing assets aggressively, and (iv) harvesting from a position of strength. By leveraging the Company’s brand and reputation, as well as unique broker and intermediary relationships, FCA benefits from proprietary deal flow that often isn’t available to the broader market.
The primary mission of FCA is to protect investor capital and deliver attractive risk-adjusted returns across all phases of the real estate cycle.
Larry Jackel has more than 28 years of real estate industry experience, initially as a broker for CB Richard Ellis prior to forming Fenway Properties (predecessor company to FCA) in 1998. In his career, Mr. Jackel has executed more than $2 billion of transactions across all phases of the real estate business including acquisitions, dispositions, asset management and advisory assignments. His previous experience as a successful broker has given him the unique ability to transform an asset with vision and practical creativity to suit tenant needs, a critical feature to FCA’s “buy, fix, sell” strategy. Larry earned his B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1991.
Patrick Tribolet has almost 30 years of experience in real estate investment and management across all major product types in most major markets in the U.S. and Europe. For the 20 years prior to forming FCA, Mr. Tribolet was with Goldman, Sachs & Co., most recently serving as Managing Director and a senior member of the leadership team responsible for the global real estate investing platform within the Merchant Banking Division. He has significant transaction experience related to the acquisition, disposition, development and asset management of real estate equity and debt, asset and portfolio financings, and M&A. Patrick earned his M.B.A with distinction from the Wharton School, at the University of Pennsylvania in 1997, and his B.A. from the University of California Los Angeles in 1990.
Chief Operating Officer & General Counsel
Chief Operating Officer & General Counsel
Bryan Smith is Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel at Fenway Capital Advisors. Mr. Smith has over two decades of commercial real estate experience, representing the interests of real estate investors, owners, developers and operators across all real estate asset classes. His responsibilities at Fenway include managing key operational areas and delivery of legal services for the Company and its subsidiaries. Mr. Smith is actively involved in the Company’s acquisitions and investments and managing the legal aspects of debt and equity financings, joint and private ventures, and asset management. In addition, Mr. Smith is the key legal risk management officer and is engaged in strategic counseling, policy creation, and contract negotiation. Mr. Smith is a member of the State Bar of California and the State Bar of Arizona (Registered In-House Counsel).
As Fenway’s Financial Analyst, Mr. Buttrose assists in all aspects of due diligence involved with property acquisitions and dispositions, including underwriting and feasibility. In addition, he conducts market analysis, undertakes financial modeling and assists in the development of investor packages and reports. Collectively, he has nearly ten years of commercial real estate and financial accounting experience.
Prior to joining Fenway Capital Advisors, Mr. Buttrose was a director within the Valuation & Advisory Group at Cushman & Wakefield. His primary role at the company included appraisal and consulting assignments of commercial properties (office, retail, industrial, medical, R&D and multi-family) throughout Southern California. He completed valuations of proposed, partially completed and existing improvements and routinely interacted with clients as well as market participants on a day-to-day basis.
Mr. Buttrose is an alumnus of the University of San Diego, where he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting (emphasis in Finance and Real Estate). He is also a California Certified General Real Estate Appraiser as well as an active member of NAIOP.
Ms. Moore brings in excess of 25 years of commercial real estate experience to Fenway Capital Advisors, many of which were spent at CB Richard Ellis assisting Larry Jackel during his tenure there. She supports the principals of Fenway by reviewing and preparing lease documents, helping coordinate the purchase and sale transactions and documentation, and assembling marketing and investment materials.
Ms. Moore attended Gibbs – Boston in Massachusetts with and emphasis on business practices and procedures. In addition to real estate her background includes banking, law, and new media. Prior to joining Fenway Capital Advisors, she spent six years in SW Florida, where she worked in public broadcasting, and organization she continues to actively support.
Anina Beingolea is the Architectural Designer for Fenway Capital Advisors in San Diego, responsible for space planning tenants’ suites as well as overseeing property renovations. Her attention to detail and thoughtful oversight ensure all properties across the portfolio are brought up to Fenway standards. Prior to joining Fenway, Anina has worked as a drafter, designer, and project lead in the commercial and residential architectural fields since 2013.
Mrs. Beingolea graduated from NewSchool of Architecture and Design (San Diego) in 2016 with a Bachelor of Architecture along with the “Outstanding Design Award” for her thesis project surrounding public school systems. Her passion for architecture and client services are evident and visible in all of her work.
Leanna Ferrante manages the Asset Management and Accounting Departments at Fenway Capital Advisors. Her responsibilities include overseeing the financial operations of all Fenway entities including accounts payable, accounts receivable, construction accounting, and cash flow management. She works property managers to prepare annual budgeting, forecasting, and analysis. Prior to joining Fenway Capital Advisors, Mrs. Ferrante was a Marketing Coordinator on the Southwest Capital Markets Team at Cushman & Wakefield. She graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management in 2016 and is an active member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP).
As Fenway’s Construction Manager, Mr. Jensen leads all construction budgeting, preconstruction and construction management activities for all value-add repositioning, ground-up development, and tenant improvement projects. Additionally, he is involved in scope development and capex related activities during due diligence of all acquisitions. Collectively, he has seven years of real estate development and construction management experience.
Prior to joining Fenway Capital Advisors, Mr. Jensen was a Construction Manager with Blake Griggs Properties. His primary role there included managing multiple ground-up development multifamily projects that were under active construction and simultaneously leading the design and preconstruction phases of additional multifamily projects all located in the Bay Area.
Mr. Jensen is an alumnus of Washington and Lee University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration. He is also an active member of the Urban Land Institute.