Tim Gudim is a Managing Principal of Brennan Investment Group. He is responsible for industrial property investments in the Western United States, with a primary focus on Southern California.
Mr. Gudim began his industrial real estate career in 1982 with Pacifica Holding Company, an investment and development company based in Los Angeles. In 1990, he moved to Denver to help grow Pacifica's commercial real estate investment and management operations in that market. From 1990-1997, he was instrumental in buying and developing a portfolio of industrial, office and retail properties which grew to be the largest privately owned portfolio in Denver totaling 8.5 msf. The Pacifica Denver industrial portfolio, consisting of 4.5 msf, was sold to First Industrial Realty Trust, a publically traded REIT in November, 1997.
Through the First Industrial transaction, Mr. Gudim became responsible for overseeing all aspects of First Industrial's Denver Portfolio and 26 person staff as Regional Director. In June 1998, Mr. Gudim was promoted to Senior Regional Director and was granted increased responsibility to manage and grow First Industrial’s portfolios and offices in Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, Phoenix, and Salt Lake City. In December 1998, First Industrial promoted him to Managing Director-West Region to expand the company’s investment and development objectives and open new regional offices in the major West Coast markets. During his tenure at First Industrial, Mr. Gudim acquired portfolios and opened regional offices in Los Angeles, San Diego and Portland, while also acquiring properties in San Francisco. Several of the transactions Mr. Gudim led involved joint venture arrangements with partners including The Carlyle Group, Apollo Real Estate Advisors, GE Capital and Heller Financial. Over the course of a 31 year career, Mr. Gudim has orchestrated over $1 billion in commercial real estate transactions in excess of 60 million square feet, spanning multiple Western regional markets including Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Denver, Portland, and Phoenix.
Mr. Gudim earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from The University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1982.