Michael Sharapata provides a full range of transaction management and financial modeling for his clients. He has worked with over 20 fortune 500 companies to create multifaceted financial models for relocations, dispositions, acquisitions, sale leasebacks, and lease negotiations that consider each clients sensitivity to current financial, economic, and local market conditions when presenting cash, tax and GAAP accounting impacts. Michael has been directly involved in over 500 transactions representing nearly 9 million square feet, and currently represents American Medical Responses national portfolio of over 3.5 million square feet.
Prior to joining The Staubach Company in 2006, Michael had a successful 7-year career in retail at DFS (Duty Free). While at DFS, Michael held a wide range of positions that included planning, distribution and corporate support services. In his last position as Associate Merchandise Planner, Michael managed retail sales in excess of $45 million dollars for luxury brands such as Armani, Bvlgari, Burberry, Coach, Ferragamo, Gucci, Hermes, Paul Smith and Tumi across more than 50 locations worldwide.
Kaiser Permanente 600,000 SF
Ross Stores 300,000 SF
Prologis 285,000 SF
AAA 255,000 SF
American Medical Response 250,000 SF
Robert Half International 250,000 SF
Riverbed 200,000 SF
RTI 165,000 SF
John Muir 150,000 SF
EmCare 100,000 SF
24 Hour Fitness 85,000 SF
Catholic Healthcare West 75,000 SF
CSAA 55,000 SF
Sybase 50,000 SF
Swinerton Builders 45,000 SF
Basic American Foods 40,000 SF
Megapath 30,000 SF
McCarthy Builders 20,000 SF
Travelers Insurance 20,000 SF
Bisso Corporate Park 200,000 SF
CentrePointe Business Park 200,000 SF
Urban West 119,566 SF
Michael holds a bachelor of science degree from Brigham Young University, Marriott School of Management in business management and an MBA in finance from California State University.
Michael is a licensed Real Estate Broker in California and Washington. He has dedicated more than 5 years of full-time service to his community as a volunteer leader for the Bay Area Crisis Center, the Boy Scouts of America, Youth Homes, Inc., and many other notable non-profit organizations. He is a 37-year resident of Walnut Creek and currently lives down town with his wife and five daughters.