Daniel F. Miranda is Vice Chairman of HSA Commercial Real Estate. He is charged with seeking new opportunities for HSA Commercial to engage in new third-party management and consulting assignments, acquire and develop properties and expand the firm’s network of institutional clients and capital sources.
Mr. Miranda is a widely respected 30-year veteran of Chicago commercial real estate. Mr. Miranda began his career as an attorney in the real estate practice of Dentons, and later held senior leadership positions at The Westport Company (formerly Hartford National REIT), MB Real Estate as Vice Chairman and President, and GE Commercial Real Estate Services, where he supervised a $1.2 billion loan portfolio. In addition, he has co-founded two companies: Security Capital Preferred Growth, a $1.3 billion investment fund; and First Columbia Corp., a real estate development and management firm.
An honors graduate of the University of California-Berkeley, Mr. Miranda earned his law degree at Columbia University, where he was named a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He has been involved during his career as an active board member in organizations such as Northwestern University, Kellogg Graduate School of Business, Guthrie Center for Real Estate Research, the Chicago Development Council, Landmarks Preservation Council, Lincoln Park Zoo Auxiliary Board, Greater Michigan Avenue Association, Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago and Chicago Presbytery, Urban Land Institute, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, the Chicago and Illinois bar associations, and as a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Mr. Miranda has appeared as a featured speaker on real estate, finance and business technology issues before bar associations, national real estate forums and other industry and groups.
Columbia University Law School, JD
University of California at Berkeley, BA