LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc. (NYSE: HPP) today announced that Derric DuBourdieu, who was responsible for leasing in Silicon Valley, has been promoted to the expanded role of Senior Vice President, Leasing.
In his new capacity, DuBourdieu will continue to report to Arthur Suazo, Hudson Pacific’s Executive Vice President, Leasing, and will support him in overseeing the company’s leasing activities and personnel throughout its entire portfolio, which includes assets in Los Angeles, Seattle, as well as the Bay Area.
Kenneth Young, Vice President, Leasing, will also continue to report to Suazo, but will now oversee the company’s leasing in Silicon Valley, in addition to the Peninsula.
“Derric and Ken have been integral to our success to date and ability to maintain significant momentum as we lease up our Peninsula and Silicon Valley assets,” said Victor Coleman, Chairman and CEO of Hudson Pacific Properties. “Both are proven leaders with deep market knowledge and expertise, and they will help drive the company’s long-term performance.”
Prior to joining the company in 2015, DuBourdieu served as Vice President, Leasing for Arden Realty, Inc., where he oversaw leasing for Northern California, Los Angeles and Orange County.
Young also joined Hudson Pacific in 2015 after serving as Vice President, Leasing for Equity Office Properties Trust, where he oversaw leasing for the Peninsula, East Bay and North Bay.
About Hudson Pacific Properties
Hudson Pacific Properties is a vertically integrated real estate company focused on acquiring, repositioning, developing and operating high quality office and state-of-the-art media and entertainment properties in select West Coast markets. Hudson Pacific invests across the risk-return spectrum, favoring opportunities where it can employ leasing, capital investment and management expertise to create additional value. Founded in 2006 as Hudson Capital, the company went public in 2010, electing to be taxed as a real estate investment trust. Through the years, Hudson Pacific has strategically assembled a portfolio totaling over 17 million square feet, including land for development, in high growth, high-barrier-to-entry submarkets throughout Northern and Southern California and the Pacific Northwest. The company is a leading provider of design-forward, next-generation workspaces for a variety of tenants, with a focus on Fortune 500 and leading growth companies, many in the technology, media and entertainment sectors. As a long-term owner, Hudson Pacific prioritizes tenant satisfaction and retention, providing highly customized build-outs and working proactively to accommodate tenants’ growth. Hudson Pacific trades as a component of the Russell 2000® and the Russell 3000® indices. For more information visit HudsonPacificProperties.com.
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