25+ Year, Award-winning, Global Corporate Real Estate Strategist

Uniquely Qualified to Represent Your Corporate Real Estate Efforts

Scott Finegold

About our Founder/CEO/President:  (Photo taken in 2008) 

Scott Finegold’s unique background and skill set provide tangible benefits to our firm and for our clients.

Prior to starting Finegold Commercial Real Estate, Scott worked at the largest privately-held global commercial real estate brokerage firm (Cushman & Wakefield), representing some of the largest landlords and corporate tenants on the globe. This experience gave him a thorough understanding of the strategies and tactics that landlords use…knowledge he now puts to use as an exclusive corporate/tenant real estate advisor. In addition, Scott has developed a network of some of the most innovative vendors and talented partners in the industry.

Plus, Scott is not “just” a licensed commercial real estate broker with over twenty five years in the field – he’s an experienced business professional who has done everything from starting a VC-funded tech company, including involvement in an IPO in the 90′s, to working for a $20B publicly traded Silicon Valley technology company (Sun Microsystems) while being responsible for an annual $200 million P&L. So when Scott analyzes your corporate real estate needs, he does so from a very holistic business perspective.

As a third generation Silicon Valley/San Francisco Bay Area native, Scott understands the nuances of the Northern California area. He can tell you exactly why a particular site would best suit your needs versus a nearly identical space a few miles away. He has personally commuted using car share services, freeways, CalTrain and BART. He has commuted from Los Gatos to San Jose, from Palo Alto to San Francisco, from Pleasanton, Walnut Creek, Oakland, Lafayette to San Francisco and almost everything in between.

Scott, including his wife and three boys, reside in the San Francisco Bay Area and are very active in the community with both fund raising and volunteer efforts with non profits, such as Larkin Street Youth Services in San Francisco which helps homeless youth, as well as with Bay Area children’s sporting programs and Boy Scouts of America.