Gregg Herbert possesses a broad based commercial real estate experience as a former Senior Vice President of Grubb & Ellis Company in Los Angeles and Newport Beach, California. Herbert’s real estate credentials, which have been recognized nationally, include experience with redevelopment of existing properties, land development, and Fortune 500 tenant representation. Herbert was formerly a marketing executive for IBM Corporation. He received his B.A. Degree in Business and Finance, graduating with distinction from Bowling Green University in Ohio.
Bowling Green University in Ohio.
B.A., Business and Finance,
James Madsen joined ODI in 2007 after graduating from Stanford University with honors in International Security Studies, and subsequently redeveloped over a million square feet of office, industrial, and flex space. Before joining ODI, James interned at The White House and The State Department and directed Stanford Student Enterprises’ Banking, Funding and Investment divisions. James currently manages ODI’s San Francisco office, and is responsible for new acquisitions and overseeing ongoing redevelopment efforts in multiple states.
B.A., Political Science
Honors, International Security Studies
Joey Orton joined ODI in July of 2012. Previously he attended the University of Southern California, graduating summa cum laude with a degree in neuroscience. Joey is currently in charge of acquisitions in the St. Paul and Minneapolis markets and is managing 5 projects nationwide. Joey also acts as the owners representative to Orton Entertainment, overseeing the Craneway pavilion, a premier, 5000 capacity venue on the SF Bay and Assemble restaurant.
University of Southern California
Nick Orton joined ODI in January 2011. At ODI, he’s worked on the Rosie the Riveter Museum in Richmond, CA; 1440 Broadway, a historic office building in Downtown Oakland across from Frank Ogawa Plaza; and a variety of office and industrial projects in Indianapolis, Portland, Lisbon, and the greater Bay Area. He is currently working on the redevelopment of the Henry J Kaiser Convention Center at the south end of Lake Merritt. Nick graduated with a B.A. from Swarthmore College in 2009 and an M.B.A. from Berkeley’s Haas School of Business in 2016.
B.A., Economics and Political Science