Leaders

John A. Blumberg, 54, is a principal of Black Creek Group LLC, a Denver-based real estate investment firm he co-founded in 1993. He is also a co-founder of Mexico Retail Properties, and Mr. Blumberg's primary role has been serving as its Chief Executive Officer since 2002. In addition, he has served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund Inc. and is a manager of Dividend Capital Total Advisors LLC, the advisor to Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund Inc. and Industrial Income Advisors LLC, the advisor to Industrial Income Trust Inc.

Mr. Blumberg has been active in real estate acquisition, development and redevelopment activities since 1993 and as of March 31, 2014, with affiliates, has overseen directly, or indirectly through affiliated entities, the acquisition, development, redevelopment, financing and sale of real properties having combined value of approximately $12.7 billion.

Prior to co-founding Black Creek Group, Mr. Blumberg was President of JJM Investments, which owned more than 100 shopping center properties in Texas. During the 12 years prior to joining JJM Investments, Mr. Blumberg served in various positions with Manufacturer's Hanover Real Estate, Inc., Chemical Bank and Chemical Real Estate, Inc., most recently as President of Chemical Real Estate, Inc. and its predecessor company, Manufacturer's Hanover Real Estate, Inc. In this capacity Mr. Blumberg oversaw real estate investment banking, merchant banking and loan syndications and was involved in originating more than $1 billion of participating mortgage and conventional loans during his tenure.

Mr. Blumberg received a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Jim R. Mulvihill, 49, is a principal of Black Creek Group LLC, a Denver-based real estate investment firm he co-founded in 1993. In addition, he is a manager of Dividend Capital Total Advisors LLC, the advisor to Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund Inc. and Industrial Income Advisors LLC, the advisor to Industrial Income Trust Inc. From its inception until 2006, Mr. Mulvihill was the Chief Financial Officer of Dividend Capital Trust, prior to it listing on the NYSE as DCT Industrial Trust (NYSE: DCT). He was also a director of DCT Industrial Trust from its inception until 2009.

He was also a co-founder and served through 2005 as Chairman of the Board of Corporate Properties of the Americas, a joint venture between an affiliate of Black Creek Group LLC and Equity International Properties, that acquires, develops and manages industrial properties throughout Mexico.

Mr. Mulvihill has been active in real estate acquisition, development and redevelopment activities since 1992 and as of March 31, 2014, with affiliates, has overseen directly or indirectly through affiliated entities, the acquisition, development, redevelopment, financing and sale of real properties having combined value of approximately $12.7 billion.

In 1993, Mr. Mulvihill co-founded American Real Estate Investment Corp. (which subsequently became Keystone Property Trust, NYSE: KTR) which was an industrial, office and logistics REIT and was acquired by ProLogis Trust (NYSE: PLD) in August 2004. The acquisition of Keystone Property Trust by ProLogis Trust occurred after Mr. Mulvihill's subsequent service on Keystone's board. Mr. Mulvihill served as the Chairman and as a director of American Real Estate Investment Corp. from 1993 to 1997 and as a director of Keystone Property Trust from 1997 to 2001.

Prior to co-founding Black Creek Group, Mr. Mulvihill served as Vice President of the Real Estate Banking and Investment Banking Groups of Manufacturer's Hanover and subsequently Chemical Bank, where his responsibilities included real estate syndication efforts, structured debt underwritings and leveraged buyout real estate financings.

Mr. Mulvihill received a bachelor's degree in political science from Stanford University.
Evan H. Zucker, 48, is a principal of Black Creek Group LLC, a Denver-based real estate investment firm he co-founded in 1993. In addition, Mr. Zucker serves as Chairman of the Board of Industrial Income Trust Inc. and is a manager of Dividend Capital Total Advisors LLC, the advisor to Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund Inc. and Industrial Income Advisors LLC, the advisor to Industrial Income Trust Inc. From its inception until 2006, Mr. Zucker was the Chief Executive Officer, President, Secretary and a director of Dividend Capital Trust, prior to it listing on the NYSE as DCT Industrial Trust (NYSE:DCT). Mr. Zucker is also a co-founder of Corporate Properties of the Americas, a private industrial real estate company in Mexico that was sold to a pension fund investor.

Mr. Zucker has been active in real estate acquisition, development and redevelopment activities since 1989 and as of March 31, 2014, with affiliates, has overseen directly, or indirectly through affiliated entities, the acquisition, development, redevelopment, financing and sale of real properties having combined value of approximately $12.7 billion.

In 1993, Mr. Zucker co-founded American Real Estate Investment Corp. (later known as Keystone Property Trust, NYSE: KTR) which was an industrial, office and logistics REIT and was acquired by ProLogis Trust (NYSE: PLD) in August 2004. The acquisition of Keystone Property Trust by ProLogis Trust occurred after Mr. Zucker's subsequent service on Keystone's board. Mr. Zucker served as the President and as a director of American Real Estate Investment Corp. from 1993 to 1997 and as a director of Keystone Property Trust from 1997 to 1999.

Mr. Zucker received a bachelor's degree in economics from Stanford University.