Terrance W. Fitzpatrick
Terrance W. Fitzpatrick, 60, is the CEO of Infinity. He focuses primarily on office and industrial investment opportunities. Mr. Fitzpatrick is currently president of Circle Capital Partners, a Denver-based investment holding company which, as an investment sponsor, made real estate investments on behalf of institutional and individual investors. Prior to forming Circle Capital, Mr. Fitzpatrick was a co-Founding partner of Pacifica Holding Company, a real estate investment and development company. From 1988 – 1997, Pacifica successfully acquired, developed and managed more than 10MM square feet of office, industrial and retail assets in Colorado. In 1997, these assets were sold to three publicly traded real estate investment trusts: Mack-Cali Realty Corp., First Industrial Realty Trust Inc., and Kimco Realty Corporation. Prior to founding Pacifica, Mr. Fitzpatrick was a Principal and Managing Director of W.H. Daum, the largest industrial brokerage, management and investment company located in Southern California. Mr. Fitzpatrick has over 35 years of commercial real estate investment, development and management experience. Mr. Fitzpatrick graduated from U.C.L.A. in 1972 with a Bachelor degree in Economics. Mr. Fitzpatrick is also a founding Board member of DMCAR (Denver Metro Commercial Association of Realtors) and is a co-founder of Brokers for Battered Kids.
Lee M. Hansen, 56, leads the multi-family residential initiatives of Infinity. Prior to joining Infinity, he filled a similar role with Circle Capital. Mr. Hansen has more than 20 years experience as a principal in the acquisition, development, renovation, operation and asset management of over 100,000 multi-family units throughout the United States. As a principal of Dutch Property Investments, a highly successful investment advisory firm that partnered with European private and institutional investors (including the AEGON Insurance Group and ABN bank), Mr. Hansen made approximately $250 million in private equity investments, generating an unleveraged IRR of 19.7% (as audited by Deloitte and Touche). Over the course of his career, he has held other senior level executive positions at Essex Properties Corp, the precursor entity to Essex Property Trust and Vestec Financial. Mr. Hansen received a B.S. in Public Administration from The University of Colorado in 1976.
Steve Eaton, 36, brings significant real estate investment and management experience to Infinity. As a Principal of Circle Capital, Mr. Eaton was responsible for facilitating deal sourcing, transaction negotiation, underwriting, and due diligence. In addition, Mr. Eaton remains primarily responsible for executing all facets of asset management for a portfolio consisting of over 2.2 million square feet of office, research and development, and industrial assets within the Circle Capital portfolio. Previously, Mr. Eaton served as Vice President of Acquisitions and Due Diligence for a privately held real estate investment company focused on value added acquisitions in Colorado. Prior to that, Mr. Eaton served as a Vice President of Acquisitions and Vice President of Operations for Affordable Residential Communities (“ARC”), a Denver-based real estate investment trust focused on the manufactured housing sector. Mr. Eaton graduated from Denison University in Granville, Ohio in 1996 with a B.A. in Economics, and received an M.B.A. and an M.S. in Real Estate and Construction Management from The University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business in 2003.
Ted Hinchman, 37, brings a wealth of knowledge in real estate and investment finance to the Infinity team and oversees investment underwriting, finance and asset management functions for Infinity. Previously, Mr. Hinchman was a Principal at Circle Capital, focusing on finance, financial analysis and underwriting and asset management. Prior to Circle Capital, Mr. Hansen held senior positions at Lodestar Logistics, a Houston-based organization providing value-added railroad logistics services to the petrochemicals industry. Earlier, Mr. Hinchman was Senior Investments Manager for Eikon Investments, a privately held real estate investment and development company headquartered in San Francisco. While there, Mr. Hinchman oversaw acquisitions, due diligence, financial structuring and the creation and execution of business plans for approximately $230 million of value-added investments totaling over 750,000 square feet in the Bay area. Additionally, prior to Eikon, Mr. Hinchman served in meaningful finance roles at the Hillwood Companies (private investment arm for Ross Perot), and Bear Stearns and Company in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Hinchman graduated from The University of Texas in 1994 with a B.B.A. in Finance.