Murray McQueen

Murray McQueen


Mr. McQueen is President of Tribune Real Estate Holdings, LLC, ("TREH"), the real estate subsidiary of Tribune Media (NYSE: TRCO). TREH is the ownership entity for Tribune Media's 7.3 million square feet of owned real estate and is charged with maximizing the long term value of these assets. This portfolio includes large urban-infill redevelopment sites in locations such as Los Angeles, Chicago, Costa Mesa, and Florida where TREH is in the process of implementing various levels of entitlement, adaptive reuse, joint-venture structuring, and overall value creation. The Company also oversees Tribune Media's diverse corporate real estate obligations as well as real estate aspects of the company's M+A activity.

Prior to Tribune Mr. McQueen was Managing Principal and Co-Founder of Channel West Group, a real estate investment and advisory firm based in Los Angeles. During his tenure there Channel West acquired and fully redeveloped a distressed property in Calabasas, California into the award-winning boutique hotel, The Anza. In addition Channel West Group provided strategic advisory services to multiple institutional clients.

Prior to starting Channel West Mr. McQueen was a Managing Director with Cerberus Capital Management where for 6 years he was the senior Cerberus real estate professional on the west coast and shared responsibility for oversight of many aspects of the national real estate portfolio. He was a member of the Real Estate Investment Committee and Co-Head of the company's real estate workout group.

Before joining Cerberus in 2005, Mr. McQueen was with DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners, the real estate private equity fund of Credit-Suisse First Boston, where from 1998 to 2005 he underwrote and asset managed deals in the western United States and Japan.

From 1991 to 1998 Mr. McQueen was with Citicorp Real Estate, responsible for underwriting, workouts, and asset management in the United States and Mexico.
 
Mr. McQueen received a BSC in Economics from Santa Clara University and an MBA in Real Estate Finance from the John E. Anderson School at UCLA.