Drawing from nearly 25 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, Warner approaches real estate projects with a seasoned eye and a healthy dose of creativity.
Upon graduation from the University of San Diego’s Business School, Warner was hired by the largest global commercial real estate firm, CBRE. As an Associate Vice President at CBRE, Warner proved himself to be a top rookie producer. During his tenure at CBRE, he was selected as a member of the CBRE Life Sciences advisory group. This experience provided him with a strong innovation property experience, which would stay with him throughout his career.
Following up on his success at CBRE, Warner joined the development company, Phase 3 Properties. As a principal of Phase 3 Properties, Warner was exposed to complex developments and consulting assignments on behalf of major corporations, universities, and municipalities throughout the United States. In 2013, Warner founded IPG in San Francisco.
Warner is originally from Atlanta, GA. As a former rower, he took gold in Pacific Rowing Championships and silver in the NCAA Championships with the University of San Diego. In the mid-nineties, he was selected to join the US rowing team to compete in the US Olympic Festival and was also a 2x silver medalist in the US national kayak championships.
Warner is a board member of the BAASHB Foundation, which is a 501c3 focused on raising supportive funds for Olympic hopeful rowers and the National Rowing Foundation. Warner lives in the NoPa neighborhood of San Francisco and is periodically abroad working with IPG’s European operations. During his free time, you’ll likely catch Warner outdoors, either skiing, kayaking, cycling, or rowing.