Daniel P. Horwitz

Daniel P. Horwitz

Daniel Horwitz is President and Founder of the Daniel Horwitz Company, Inc., which specializes in real estate financial services, placing both equity and debt for major real estate ventures. Dan has also been involved in the development, ownership, and syndication of commercial, industrial, residential, and hotel properties.

For more than four decades, Mr. Horwitz has personally participated in arranging transactions that now total more than $5.5 billion. These transactions have covered a gamut of financing solutions and product types such as diverse forms of developer equity, conventional institution-sourced loans, and income property types at locations throughout the United States. Transactions have also included single tenant industrial and office buildings, marinas on unsubordinated leaseholds, and apartments both market rate and age restricted. Site locations, in addition to the home state of California, have included New England, Southern, Eastern, and West Coast states.

Prior to his entry into the real estate profession, Mr. Horwitz was an aerospace project engineer and a management consultant specializing in computer-aided solutions for operations management.

Mr. Horwitz has also been active in diverse civic, cultural and educational activities. He is an original contributing founder of the Museum of Contemporary Art/Los Angeles, and founding member of  The Los Angeles County Music Center, The Wiesenthal Holocaust Center, Otis Art Institute, UCLA John Wooden Athletic Center, UCLA James E. West Alumni Center, UCLA Coaches Round Table and Wooden Athletic Fund. Mr. Horwitz also serves as a sustaining board member of the UCLA Chancellors Associates and an advisory board member of the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, and he supports various councils of the Schools of Architecture, Music, Theater, Engineering and UCLA Anderson School of Management. Additionally, Dan's civic duties have included several years of service at the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles as a Commissioner and Chairman of its Contracts & Finance Committee.

Mr. Horwitz has also provided charitable support to numerous organizations and causes including AJU Moriah Society, City of Hope, Cedars Sinai Hospital, Beit T'Shuvah Dependency Treatment, Vista del Mar Child Care, Big Brothers of  LA, There with Care Colorado, and various schools and universities, human caring facilities, and medical research organizations.

Dan was raised in Los Angeles and obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from UCLA. He also earned his MBA in Finance from UCLA while working full-time as an engineer. His post-graduation education includes numerous programs and courses in the arts, architecture, finance, and real estate.