In 2002, Mr. Tracy and his two partners formed Corporate Partners Capital Group, a privately-owned Los Angeles-based investment firm specializing in the acquisition and financing of corporate real estate. The firm sponsors and manages private equity funds that have acquired 425 single tenant net leased properties totaling more than $1.325 billion, primarily through sale leaseback portfolios with U.S. corporations including repeat transactions with BMO Harris Bank, Citibank, Pep Boys and Rite Aid.
Previously, as a 25-year veteran of CBRE and predecessor companies, Tracy spent nearly ten years in its corporate finance, treasury and strategic planning groups and served as CBRE's chief planning officer. Later, he was co-head of CBRE's investment management unit, chaired its investment committee, and was instrumental in its growth of assets under management.
Tracy is a two-time recipient of the CB Richard Ellis Chairman's Award for Leadership.
Tracy is a founding board member of the Ziman Center for Real Estate, a multi-disciplinary research center of the UCLA Anderson School of Management and the UCLA School of Law.
Tracy earned a B.A. in Economics from the University of California Santa Barbara (magna cum laude) and an M.B.A. from the Anderson School at UCLA. He also holds a CPA designation.
Active in K-12 public education, Tracy recently retired from La Cañada Unified School District's Governing Board where he served as board president for five of his twelve years of service as a board member. He was also a two-term president and six-year board member of the La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation, and a trustee of its endowment fund.