STRATEGIC ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENTS
We acquire single-tenant, operationally essential real estate, including those with existing long-term net leases.
The acquisitions team is responsible for sourcing, marketing, valuing, analyzing, and overseeing the procurement of new investment real estate opportunities throughout the United States. We invest in a range of properties including retail, industrial, healthcare, and other industries that need special-use facilities.
Our team has extensive knowledge in the real estate industry and experience acquiring real estate of all sizes and types in the net-lease space. With over 65 years of combined industry experience, our team has a proven track record and dedication to finding qualified tenants and investments with the potential for superior risk-adjusted returns for our stockholders and growth and stability for our tenants.
Daniel Rosenberg joined Spirit in November 2007 and currently serves as Senior Vice President and Head of Acquisitions. In this role, he oversees the acquisitions department and is responsible for sourcing, marketing, analyzing and overseeing the acquisition of new investment real estate opportunities. Prior to his role in acquisitions, Mr. Rosenberg was Senior Vice President of Asset Management where he was responsible for special servicing and property management for the portfolio, including workouts, property sales, re-leasing and property management for vacant properties, as well as the company’s sale-leaseback function. Mr. Rosenberg also serves on the company’s Investment Committee and Management Operating Committee.
Prior to joining us, Mr. Rosenberg served as an associate at Greenblatt & Associates, a general law practice in Woodland Hills, CA. Mr. Rosenberg earned a BS from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, a J.D. from Whittier Law School and an MBA from Arizona State University.
Tyler Sorenson joined Spirit in September 2016 and currently serves as Vice President of Acquisitions. In this role, Mr. Sorenson is responsible for sourcing acquisitions in following industries: Restaurants (QSR and Casual Dining), Building Materials, Industrial and Manufacturing Facilities, Home Improvement, Grocery Stores, Drug Stores, and Dollar Stores.
Prior to his current role, Mr. Sorenson served as a Director of Asset Management where he was responsible for the oversight of one-third of Spirit’s portfolio, approximately $3 billion in real estate assets. In this role, Mr. Sorenson’s responsibilities included: Property Sales, Re-lets and Disposing of Vacant Assets, Property Management, Lease Administration, and Special Servicing and Workouts. Prior to joining Spirit, Mr. Sorenson most recently served as Vice President at GE Capital, Franchise Finance. Additionally, Mr. Sorenson’s previous experience included roles at Regency Centers, a grocery and neighborhood shopping center focused REIT, and Transwestern, a full-service brokerage and management firm. Mr. Sorenson earned a BA from the University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from SMU Cox School of Business.
Steve Wolff joined Spirit in March 2020 and serves as Vice President of Acquisitions. In this role, Mr. Wolff is responsible for sourcing, marketing, analyzing and overseeing the acquisition of new investment real estate opportunities, with a primary focus in the industrial sector.
Mr. Wolff has close to 20 years of commercial real estate experience, specializing primarily in the industrial sector. During this period, he has transacted on over $2.25B in transactions exceeding 12.5M square feet across the country. His most recent experience was at Fort Capital where he was the Director of Acquisitions and Investments, overseeing all industrial acquisition activity, with a focus on acquiring assets $15M - $115M. Additionally, Mr. Wolff’s previous experience included roles at Westmount Realty Capital, Pacific Century Holdings, NAI Global, and Staubach Capital Markets. Mr. Wolff attended the University of Arkansas and Southern Methodist University.
Josh Lieberman joined Spirit in March 2020 and serves as Vice President of Acquisitions. In this role, Mr. Lieberman is responsible for sourcing, marketing, analyzing, and overseeing the acquisition of new investment real estate opportunities.
Mr. Lieberman has more than 20 years of experience in M&A and real estate development with 17 of those years spent working for some of the nation’s largest c-store operators including Sunoco, Circle K, Kum & Go, and Casey’s. During his time with these companies, Mr. Lieberman was directly responsible for leading aggressive growth plans while deploying over $3B in capital, acquiring and developing across 75% of the U.S.
Mr. Lieberman graduated from Grand View University with a BBA in Management & Finance and obtained his CCIM in 2011.