Head of Acquisitions
Conor Feeney is Managing Director and Head of Acquisitions, located in the Dallas office. In this capacity, he is responsible for overseeing acquisitions in all of High Street’s target markets and sourcing acquisition opportunities in Texas. Mr. Feeney had previously worked at High Street from 2011 through 2014 as a Director of Acquisitions. Prior to rejoining High Street, he worked at Prologis for over three years focusing on development and acquisitions in the Texas and Tennessee markets. In total, Mr. Feeney has acquired or developed over $400 million (7.2 million square feet) of industrial assets. He also spent five years in brokerage on CB Richard Ellis’s Dallas industrial investment sales team. While at CBRE, he participated in the disposition of $18 billion and 195 million square feet of assets. Mr. Feeney obtained his CPA while working at Ernst & Young, and he holds a BBA and an MPA from the University of Texas and an MBA from The Wharton School.
David P. O’Reilly
Managing Director, Acquisitions
David O’Reilly joined High Street as a Managing Director of Acquisition in June 2014. He is responsible for originating new investment opportunities in the southeast region of the United States, specifically in the Atlanta, Tampa, Orlando, and South Florida markets. Mr. O’Reilly has over 18 years of experience in all aspects of real estate including investments, dispositions, leasing and joint venture portfolio management. Prior to joining High Street, Mr. O’Reilly served as an Investment Officer, Portfolio Manager and Director of Marketing/Leasing over his approximately 14 year career with First Industrial Realty Trust. Mr. O’Reilly earned his Bachelor of Science from the Illinois Benedictine College, a MS in Environmental Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology, and a MBA in Finance and Real Estate from the DePaul University. Mr. O’Reilly is a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and NAIOP’s Investment Management forum.
Managing Director, Acquisitions
Mr. Coughlin is responsible for acquisitions in the Northeast including Pennsylvania, Baltimore/Washington DC and Northern New Jersey. Mr. Coughlin joined High Street in 2005 as an acquisitions analyst and from 2008 through 2013 was an Asset Manager overseeing High Street’s Atlanta, New Jersey and Chicago assets. Prior to joining High Street in 2005, he served as an accountant at CitiStreet, a State Street & Citigroup Company. Mr. Coughlin holds a BS in Finance and Accounting from Fairfield University’s Dolan School of Business.
James R. Redland
Managing Director, Joint Ventures & Separate Accounts
Mr. Redland is responsible for overseeing acquisitions nationwide for Joint Ventures & Separate Accounts. Mr. Redland joined High Street in May 2018 after 19 years at First Industrial Realty Trust. During his tenure at First Industrial Realty Trust, Mr. Redland was involved in over $3.5 billion of transactions with his most recent role as a Senior Investment Officer. Prior to joining First Industrial Realty Trust, he served as a Financial Analyst at The Greenwich Group International in Los Angeles, CA. Mr. Redland holds a BS in Public Affairs with a concentration in Management and a minor in Biology from Indiana University.
Mr. Naparsteck is responsible for acquisitions in the Chicago market. Mr. Naparsteck joined High Street in 2018 after 12 years in industrial real estate brokerage, most recently at NAI Hiffman. He has represented a number of institutional clients including Blackstone, Liberty Property Trust, First Industrial, and Dermody Properties to name a few. Mr. Naparsteck primarily focused on institutional quality assets, including the acquisition, disposition, leasing, and development of industrial facilities. Mr. Naparsteck holds a BA in Psychology from Colby-Sawyer College in New London, NH. Mr. Naparsteck is active member of National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and Association of Industrial Real Estate Brokers (AIRE). He lives in Chicago with his wife.
Senior Investment Analyst
Mr. Shanahan joined High Street as a Senior Investment Analyst and is responsible for the market research, underwriting, and subsequent phases of the acquisitions process. He provides support to each of High Street’s regions. Prior to joining High Street, Mr. Shanahan was a Senior Associate in the Economic Valuation Services practice at KPMG LLP where he worked on a wide range of valuation engagements for consulting and financing purposes, feasibility studies, due diligence matters and litigation support. Mr. Shanahan received his BA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and the Urban Land Institute.
Owen Hughes joined High Street as an Investment Analyst, with responsibility to support all aspects of the acquisition and underwriting process. Prior to joining High Street, Owen worked as an intern at Colliers International, where he worked as a member of an industrial brokerage team focused on the Chicago market. Prior to working at Colliers, Owen interned at Cushman & Wakefield within the Corporate Services division as a member of the business development team. Owen earned his BA in Economics from Indiana University.
Daniel J. Coughlin
Research and Analytics
Mr. Coughlin has been active in commercial real estate investment, operations and management for over 43 years. Mr. Coughlin is a founding member of High Street and is responsible for High Street’s research and analystics. Prior to forming High Street in 2002, Mr. Coughlin spent 22 years with New England Mutual Life Insurance Company and was a founder, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of its real estate subsidiary Copley Real Estate Advisors. Later, Mr. Coughlin was a senior executive with both Trammell Crow Company and Phoenix Corporate Services. Between 1989 and 1991, Mr. Coughlin served as President of the National Council of Real Estate Fiduciaries (NCREIF). Mr. Coughlin received a BA from Stonehill College and an MBA from Boston University.