A diverse team of seasoned professionals and entrepreneurs that collaborate to create value at each property
CO-FOUNDER AND MANAGING PARTNER
Quincy Allen is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Arc Capital Partners. Along with Neville Rhone, he is responsible for overall firm strategy, investments, asset management, financing and dispositions.
Mr. Allen is a 27-year veteran of finance, real estate development and investing with over $8 billion of transaction experience. Prior to forming Arc, Mr. Allen was a Managing Director and investment committee member of Canyon Partners Real Estate (“Canyon”). At Canyon, Mr. Allen led the acquisitions team for the Canyon-Johnson Urban Funds, a partnership between Canyon and Earvin “Magic” Johnson, and invested in over $3 billion of real estate. Prior to joining Canyon, Mr. Allen was an executive with Lazard Frères (“Lazard”) focused on workouts and real estate portfolio management. Prior to joining Lazard, Mr. Allen was a Vice President with Archstone Communities (“Archstone”), a leading national multifamily REIT focused on apartments in urban locations. Prior to Archstone, he was an executive early in his career with Security Capital Group, the parent company of Archstone.
Mr. Allen is a Director of Apartment Investment and Management Company (NYSE: AIV) (“Aimco”), a multifamily focused REIT targeting property development and redevelopment. Mr. Allen also serves on the board of the Mike Ilitch School of Business (Wayne State University) and Think Together, a non-profit leader in providing after-school programs in underserved neighborhoods. Mr. Allen is also an active member of Urban Land Institute, Pension Real Estate Association, the National Multi Housing Council and Central City Association.
Mr. Allen graduated from Wayne State University (B.S. Finance Major, Summa Cum Laude) and holds and MBA from Harvard Business School.
CO-FOUNDER AND MANAGING PARTNER
Neville Rhone is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Arc Capital Partners. Along with Quincy Allen, he is responsible for overall firm strategy, investments, asset management, financing and dispositions.
Mr. Rhone is a 27-year veteran of real estate development, finance, and investing with over $6.4 billion of transaction experience. Prior to forming Arc, Mr. Rhone was a Managing Director and investment committee member of Canyon Partners Real Estate (“Canyon”). At Canyon, Mr. Rhone led Texas acquisitions and invested in over $1 billion of real estate. Prior to joining Canyon, Mr. Rhone was a Vice President at Morgan Stanley focused on investment banking and real estate. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Mr. Rhone was a senior development executive with Tishman Realty Corporation in New York City.
Mr. Rhone is an active member of the Urban Land Institute and the Pension Real Estate Association. Mr. Rhone is also a Director of Stratus Properties, Inc., a leading Austin-based real estate company and investment committee advisor to the California Wellness Foundation. Mr. Rhone also serves as a trustee of the Marlborough School and a board member of the Economic Resources Corporation, a nonprofit focused on economic development.
Mr. Rhone graduated from Cornell University with both a Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering) and holds an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Chris Cowan is a Managing Director for Arc Capital Partners, responsible for acquisitions and capital transactions.
Prior to joining Arc Capital Partners, Chris was Partner and Market Leader for ViaWest Group, and led their expansion into California. Prior to ViaWest, Chris was the Portfolio Oversight responsible for the opportunistic real estate private equity strategy at CIM Group, and also spent a number of years there on the Investments team. Prior to CIM, Chris was a Director at AvalonBay where he led land acquisition and new development of apartment and mixed-use projects totaling over 1,300 units across Southern California. Earlier in his career, he held roles with JP Morgan in both Los Angeles and San Francisco, and similar positions with several investment banking firms in New York.
Chris is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Stanford Professionals in Real Estate (SPIRE). Chris graduated from Stanford University (B.S., Economics) and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a Toigo Fellow. He enjoys fitness, blues guitar and cooking for his family.
Lisa Furina, CPA is the Controller of Arc Capital Partners. Lisa is primarily responsible for financial reporting, treasury, investor relations and compliance at Arc Capital Partners. Lisa has 12 years of experience in accounting, reporting and investor relations. Before joining Arc Capital Partners, Lisa was with Ernst and Young, where she focused on real estate and investment industry clients. Prior to Ernst and Young, Lisa was the financial reporting manager for Urban Commons, a real estate investment and development firm. While there, she was responsible for all financial reporting pertaining to the IPO and REIT restructuring for a $500 million portfolio of properties. Prior to Urban Commons, Lisa held accounting positions at boutique independent accounting firms and real estate companies.
Lisa is a certified public accountant and a member of the AICPA. Ms. Furina is also a graduate of Bentley University (B.S., Accounting) and holds an MBA from Hult International Business School, London Campus.
Daniel Fine is a Vice President for Arc Capital Partners and supports the acquisitions, asset management and reporting of the firm.
Prior to joining Arc Capital Partners, Daniel was a senior analyst at HRI Properties, a New Orleans-based investor and developer. At HRI, Daniel executed over $150 million of multifamily and lodging acquisitions and developments. Prior to HRI, Daniel was at Watermark Capital Partners, a Chicago-based real estate investment advisor and was responsible for the acquisition of $1.2 billion of primarily hotels.
Daniel graduated from Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Administration and received an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management. While at UCLA, Daniel was recognized as a Peter Bren Distinguished Fellow in Entrepreneurial Real Estate. Daniel is a member of the Urban Land Institute and a board member of FEAST, a non-profit focused on promoting food education, health and wellness in underserved Southern California communities. Daniel enjoys travel, rock climbing, and scuba diving.
ASST VICE PRESIDENT
Jihyeun is an Assistant Vice President for Arc Capital Partners, responsible for asset management. Jihyeun has 10 years of experience in architecture, construction and real estate.
Prior to joining Arc Capital Partners, Jihyeun was at Deloitte Consulting, where she focused on developing and delivering corporate operation optimization strategies. Prior to Deloitte, Jihyeun was with New York City Economic Development Corporation, where she managed New York City’s waterfront assets and various economic development programs including Coney Island and Hunts Point. Jihyeun also has 6+ years of experience as a design architect, and worked in award winning design firms in Seoul, Beijing, and New York.
Jihyeun graduated from Southern California Institute of Architecture (B.S., Architecture) and holds a Masters degree from Harvard Graduate School of Design (Urban Planning and Real Estate).
Zach Bartelt is a Senior Associate for Arc Capital Partners, responsible for acquisitions and capital transactions.
Prior to joining Arc Capital Partners, Zach was an Associate for Karney Properties focusing on acquisitions and asset management for a $1B+ mixed-use portfolio within Los Angeles and Orange County. Prior to Karney Properties, Zach was an Analyst for CommonWealth Partners. While at CommonWealth Partners, Zach underwrote acquisitions of $300MM - $1B+ class-A office properties and assisted with asset management for existing office assets in Boston, Washington DC, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Zach originally grew up in Milwaukee, WI and graduated with distinction from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (B.S., Dual Major - Real Estate and Finance).