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Location

601 Marshall Street, Redwood City, CA, USA

Date and Time

Wednesday, May 30 2018 - 5:30 PM

Event Details

SPIRE's first partnership with ULI San Francisco's Young Leaders Group and Silicon Valley Program Committee to co-host a Fireside Chat with SREC member Steve Dostart (MBA '90), President and Founder of Dostart Development Company was a smashing success!

The Fireside Chat was an exclusive opportunity to hear from Steve in an intimate setting as he recounted his early days with Mozart Development Company and how he became partner, and provided sage advice for those just beginning their real estate careers. Dostart also recounted the rewards and challenges in navigating the development process for Dostart Development's 601 Marshall, where the Fireside Chat was held.

Attendees enjoy amazing view from the top floor terrace 601 Marshall, a ±150,000 SF Class A+ office development in downtown Redwood City, 75% of which is leased to Goodwin Procter LLP; the building boasts expansive views of the coastal mountains.

SPIRE and ULI would like to thank both Steve Dostart and Goodwin Procter for making this event possible.

More about Steve:

Steve Dostart is the President and Founder of Dostart Development Company, LLC (DDC). Prior to founding DDC, he was a Partner at the Mozart Development Company. A leader in transit-oriented design and sustainable development, he has overseen the development of significant campus and single-building projects totaling over two million square feet in Palo Alto, Mountain View and Sunnyvale, working collaboratively with firms such as Hewlett Packard, Goldman Sachs & Co., TDK USA, KPMG, AOL Netscape, Morgan Stanley, Norwest Bank, Synopsys and Network Appliance.

Steve previously worked in the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs in New York, for the Trammell Crow family at the Trammell Crow Company in Dallas and for the Centre City Development Corporation in San Diego.

Steve serves on the boards of NAIOP Silicon Valley and Reading Partners and the leadership council of the New Schools Venture Fund. He is a member of the Stanford Real Estate Counsel, the Policy Advisory Board for the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics, the Grand Boulevard Initiative, and the Atherton Community Center Advisory Committee. Steve attended Harvard College and received an MBA from Stanford.