Rob Coldren enjoys a special reputation in the area of property rights, land use, and regulatory legal issues pertaining to manufactured housing communities and recreational vehicle parks nationally. For over thirty years, a practice group within the law firm he founded became widely recognized as the premier legal representative for the manufactured housing industry and for mobile home and RV park owners throughout California. Rob has unparalleled relationships within the industry and the communities in which he operates and has been recognized with numerous honors and awards. He is a frequent speaker at industry events and conferences and has served and continues to serve on various association boards. Rob has helped to draft key legislation and has litigated many of the industry’s most important cases, including the case of Guggenheim v. City of Goleta which was heard by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal.
Spencer has led the team in the acquisition of the properties in our mobile home and RV park portfolio. He works on property sourcing, underwriting, financing, and investor relations for Pacific Current Partners. After graduating from UC Santa Barbara, he worked as a Senior Financial Analyst at Sierra Funds, a hedge fund in Irvine, CA, where he analyzed and advised on distressed investments in publicly traded companies, mainly on the purchase of unsecured trade debt in large Chapter 11 bankruptcies. He left Sierra Funds to pursue a PhD in Literature and Philosophy at UC Berkeley. During his tenure at Cal, he taught many undergraduate courses in Literature and Philosophy, including an upper-division seminar on Nietzsche, Marx, and Freud. After founding Pacific Current Partners in 2013, Spencer decided to leave Academia and return to full time business. He now resides with his wife in both San Francisco, California and Berlin, Germany.
Prior to joining Pacific Current Partners in 2016, Brad was a Principal in the Tradable Credit Group at Ares Management, a global asset manager with $92 billion of assets under management. He was personally responsible for managing a $2 billion portfolio of non-investment grade corporate high yield bonds, leveraged loans and post-reorganization equities within various industries across several investment strategies. Prior to joining Ares in 2008, Brad was an Investment Banking Analyst at Bear, Stearns & Co. and prior to that a manager within the Correspondent Lending Group at Countrywide. Brad has supported PCP since its inception as an active limited partner in every closed transaction. He is a graduate from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a B.S. in Business Administration and a minor in Economics.
Mike Cirillo is in charge of park operations for all Pacific Current Partners properties. As President of Star Management and third generation community owner/operator, Mike has over 35 years of experience in the day-to-day operations of manufactured housing communities and currently provides property management for over 4500 spaces in 30+ properties. Mike also serves or has previously served on various industry trade association boards and committees, including in his former role as President of the Western Manufactured Housing Communities Association (WMA) and his current role as Chair of the Utilities Task Force for the WMA, member of the California Association of Realtors and member of the Nevada Community Owners Association. Mike is a Certified Property Manager, licensed Real Estate Broker, Mortgage Broker, Manufactured Home Dealer and C-47 Contractor.
Thom works on business operations, asset management, and project management at Pacific Current Partners. Since graduating from Stanford University in 2003, he has worked extensively in all aspects of real estate asset management while focusing on finance, project management, and facilities operations. He is currently a Trustee of REC PAC, a political action committee founded by the California Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds to advance the interests of the CA RV Industry. Thom is also President of Rial Corporation, acting as owner’s representative of the firm’s U.S. real estate holdings, including its flagship asset, Scotch Hall Preserve, a 900 acre waterfront golf and residential community in North Carolina. Previously a Financial Consultant at Kaiser Permanente, he drove process improvement and reporting related to the facilities division’s $1-3B annual capital plan.
Guy joined the PCP team in 2016 as the company’s first project manager. Since joining the team, Guy has managed $1.2mm in capital improvement projects, led physical due diligence efforts on current acquisitions, and taken on various special projects. He brings a wealth of hands-on Real Estate experience to the team, having navigated several mixed-use projects through complex entitlement and land use processes and has managed several dozen construction jobs. After attending UC Davis, he started his career in residential property management in the early 2000’s with Canyon Pacific Management in San Francisco. He is a licensed Real Estate Broker and since 2005 has brokered over $155mm in residential and mixed-use transactions. In 2012, Guy formed North Point Investments Group, a privately held Real Estate Investment Company that focused on value-add plays for distressed assets.