Marci Griffith Loeber
As Managing Principal of Griffith Properties, Marci oversees all of the firm's activities. She brings 25 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry including principal investing and commercial real estate brokerage.
From 1993 to 2009 Marci was an investment sales broker, most recently with Cushman & Wakefield and formerly with Fallon Hines & O'Conner/Trammel Crow Company. In the course of her 18-year career, Marci has closed over 500 investment sales transactions in excess of $25 billion. Marci was named by Real Estate Forum as one of the country's "Superstar" investment sales brokers for three consecutive years. While a Principal at TCC, Marci was ranked among the Top 3 Producers nationwide from 1998 through 2000. Marci is a member of the team recognized by the GBREB's Commercial Leasing and Investment Committee for closing "The Investment Sales Deal of the Year" in 1994 (for the $64.6 million Latham Farms power center sale in Albany, NY); 1995 (for the $163 million sale of Bay Colony Corporate Center in Waltham, MA); 1996 (for the $91 million Druker 1031 Exchange in Boston); 1999 (for the $403 million MGI New England Portfolios) and 2006 (for the $600 million Technology Square transaction).
Community Service and Professional Affiliations include Member, Urban Land Institute (ULI); Member and Past President of the Real Estate Finance Associaion (REFA); Past President of NAIOP of MA; Board of Overseer's, Children's Hospital Boston; Member Board of Trustees, Nobles and Greenough School
In 2000, Marci - along with her father and sister - received the Robert Swain Award for her contribution and achievements in the real estate industry.
Middlebury College - 1989 Bachelor of Arts, Economics and Mathematics Minor
JOHN A. MANNIX
Principal, Director of Acquisitions
31 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry including 28 years in principal / institutional investing.
From 1987 to 1989 John was a commercial office broker with Leggat McCall / Grubb & Ellis. Over the next 23 years, John was a member of the senior management team and in leadership roles with The RMR Group which invests in and manages both publicly owned and privately held real estate. John served from 1999 to 2011 as Executive Vice President, then President & Chief Investment Officer of it’s first publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trust which owned a nationwide portfolio of office property valued at $7.2 billion. John then relocated to Sydney Australia to establish their office portfolio in Australia in a two-year assignment. Prior to RMR, John’s broad experience has included public accounting and finance, where his focus was audit and corporate tax services for private clients.
John is currently a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), National Association of Office and Industrial Parks (NAIOP), Past Member of the Board of Trustees of St. Sebastian’s School where he served on both the Long Range Planning Committee and Facilities Committee and past member of the Board of Trustees of the St. Columbkille Partnership School, established with Boston College in 2006 as a new governance model for catholic education in the United States.
Boston College Carroll School of Management — 1978 Bachelor of Science, Accounting.
Principal, Boston Region
21 years of experience in real estate investments during which Brad has originated, structured and closed over $2.5 billion of investments across all asset classes and strategies. Brad works with Griffith Properties’ three other investment principals originating and executing on opportunities in our target markets, and assists our Managing Principal in investor relations and capital formation.
Most recently, Brad led acquisitions at Eastern Real Estate, a vertically-integrated development and investment platform. Prior to Eastern, he was Managing Director and head of acquisitions at The Davis Companies, a value-add fund manager and development company based in Boston which invests across the Eastern US. Brad also spent nine years at Invesco Real Estate where he was responsible for originating investment opportunities in the DC to Boston corridor in addition to the Chicago metropolitan area.
He began his career in commercial real estate at Cushman & Wakefield in San Francisco. Brad received an MBA in finance from Vanderbilt University and a Bachelor of Arts in government from St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York. Brad and his wife, Lisa, live in Frisco, Texas and have three daughters. He enjoys coaching lacrosse and volunteering at the North Texas Foodbank.
Donna J. Pennino
Principal, Portfolio Manager
25 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry including property management, tenant construction, building repositioning, capital projects, leasing, asset consulting and due diligence.
Donna joined Griffith Properties in 2014 and is responsible for construction management.
Previously, Donna was employed by JMB Realty Corporation/Heitman Properties as a Senior Property manager overseeing office building portfolio in the Northeast region. She also spent time at RM Bradley & Co, Inc. as an owner’s representative.
Donna is currently a member of Real Property Administration (RPA) Designation and retains a Massachusetts Real Estate Brokers License.
Boston College, Lynch School of Education – 1983 Bachelor of Arts, Education and Business Administration
Matthew H. DalY
Responsible for managing the firm’s underwriting, due diligence, asset management, and investor reporting.
At Griffith Properties since 2006, Matt has been involved in the acquisition and management of over 3.6 million square feet with a total capitalization of over $900 million.
Prior to joining Griffith Properties, Mr. Daly was a Financial Analyst at Resolve Technology, where he was a member of the commercial real estate group. Mr. Daly provided consulting services in asset management, acquisitions, and investment sales.
Community Service and Professional Affiliations include Member, Real Estate Finance Association (REFA); Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP), United Way of Massachusetts.
Bates College — 2005 Bachelor of Science, Economics
J. Brad Griffith
50 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry and over 45 years of experience as a principal investor and developer in East Coast office, industrial and R&D properties
From 1979 to 2001 was Co-Founder, Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Leggat McCall Properties. There, Brad initiated and/or oversaw the majority of the investments and developments made by the company since 1978. Those investments included 70 buildings in the markets between Boston and Washington, D.C. containing 11.0 million square feet and valued at over $2.0 billion. Prior to his real estate career, Brad served in the U.S. Navy as a Lieutenant.
Community Service and Professional Affiliations include former President, Board of Trustees of St. Sebastian’s School; Former Trustee, Wang Center For the Performing Arts; Current Director, Bay State College; Former President, MetroWest Chamber of Commerce; Former President New England Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors; Member, Urban Land Institute; National Director, SIOR; Former Co-chair, Middlebury College Parents’ Association; Former Clerk/Director, Greater Boston Real Estate Board
Brad was the recipient of: the 2000 Robert E. Swain, Jr. Distinguished Service Award – Real Estate Finance Association; recipient of the NAIOP 1999 Distinguished Real Estate Award (Leggat McCall); and, the BOMA International 1997 Toby Award.
Tufts University – 1962 Bachelor of Science, Mathematics