ULI Los Angeles: YLG Presents - An Evening with Ryan Smith


Tuesday, July 14th, 2020
6:00pm - 7:00pm PDT


Pricing Members Non-Members
Private $20.00 $30.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $15.00 $20.00
Student $10.00 $15.00
Under Age 35 $15.00 $20.00
NON-MEMBERS: Please enter code "ULILAfee" to receive member-level pricing. 
Registration is required to receive the virtual meeting link in your confirmation email.
ULI-LA YLG Presents: An Evening with Ryan Smith, Executive Vice President of Investments for the Western US at Hackman Capital Partners. Grab a refreshment after work and dive into an intimate discussion with Ryan about development and impacts to the entertainment & media sector in LA. Ryan will share updates about Culver Steps, Culver Studios and CBS Studios following the reopening of the local economy in a post-COVID world.
This exclusive event will have limited capacity and is followed by networking breakout rooms – the first 10 registrants will be placed in a breakout room with our speaker!
Ryan has been with Hackman Capital Partners since 2012 and is responsible for acquisition, development, leasing and asset management for Western US assets. Ryan has overseen numerous marquee projects while at the company, including the development and leasing of The Culver Studios, The Culver Steps and the Beats Campus and has negotiated lease transactions with Apple, Amazon, Macys and other Fortune 500 tenants.  He has acquired and managed company-sponsored investments with over $1B of market value.
Prior to joining Hackman Capital, Ryan worked for ten years in acquisitions and asset management for The Archon Group, a fully-owned subsidiary of Goldman Sachs. During his tenure at The Archon Group, he worked on the growth and management of its portfolio in the Western region of the United States. Following his time at The Archon Group, Ryan was Senior Vice President of SCI Properties and was responsible for the sourcing and acquisition of nearly $2B of product.  
Ryan most recently served as Director of Asset Management at TriCalCommercial Investments, where he was responsible for leasing and asset management of the company’s portfolio throughout the Western United States.
Ryan received his Bachelor of Science from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, with a double emphasis in Finance and Marketing.