Nicholas S. Coburn is the founder, Partner, and co-manager of Bloomfield Capital. Prior to forming the Company, Nick was a founding member of TriCap Holdings, a diversified real estate finance company focused on opportunistic real estate financings, and multi-family value-added investments. Prior to this, Nick was Vice President of Agree Realty Corporation (NYSE: ADC), where he directed the development activities of the company for more than seven years. Nick is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Detroit School of Law and also received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado. He is an active member of the State Bar of Michigan.
Jason F. Jarjosa is a Partner and co-manager of Bloomfield Capital. Prior to Bloomfield, Jason was Vice President of ValStone Partners, a $500 million private equity firm located in Birmingham, MI focusing on opportunistic and distressed investments. During this time, Jason led ValStone's investment team in acquiring notes and originating bridge loans across all sectors of real estate. Jason started his career as an investment banker at Schroders (now Citigroup) in New York. Jason received his BBA and MBA from The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan where he graduated with High Distinction.
Renee Lewis is a Principal and Managing Partner of Bloomfield Capital, joining the firm through its merger with VAR Capital Advisors, a boutique real estate diligence and advisory firm in 2017. Prior to forming VAR, Renee was a Principal and Managing Director at Hudson Realty Capital LLC for nearly 10 years. Her roles included head of due diligence where she developed the firm’s well-regarded underwriting process for middle market loan and equity positions, and later head of asset management where she improved operational functions for the firm’s debt and equity portfolio valued at more than $2 billion. She also spearheaded distressed debt acquisitions where she oversaw the sourcing, diligence and purchase of loan portfolios including over 1,000 assets with UPB of nearly $900MM. A graduate of Duke University with a B.A. degree, Ms. Lewis is an acknowledged industry leader and has twice been named a “Woman of Influence” by Real Estate New York.
Brent K. Truscott is a Partner of Bloomfield Capital. Prior to Bloomfield, Brent was an Associate of ValStone Partners, a $500 million private equity firm located in Birmingham, MI focusing on opportunistic and distressed investments. Prior to joining ValStone Partners, Brent spent two years as an Associate at DTE Energy Services, where he focused on project development and M&A transactions. Prior to that, he was an Associate in the business valuation group of Standard & Poor’s and an investment banking analyst at RBC Capital Markets in Boston. Brent received his M.S. from Columbia University in Real Estate Development and a B.S. in management with a concentration in finance from Boston College.
Mike Lucci is Director of Institutional Sales for Bloomfield Capital. Mike's background is a combination of institutional sales and real estate acquisition, development, finance and marketing. Prior to his work with Bloomfield, Mike was director of marketing at a real estate private equity fund. Previously, Mike managed regional and national fitness facility operations, real estate acquisitions and expansion as Vice President for Bally Total Fitness and 24 Hour Fitness for over 15 years. Mike is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A in Economics.
Stacy Long is the Chief Financial Officer of Bloomfield Capital. Stacy has extensive experience in real estate and fund accounting, tax analysis, and financial controls. Prior to joining Bloomfield, Stacy worked at TriCap, a diversified real estate investment holdings company, and also at Plante & Moran as a tax professional providing analysis and structuring on real estate and corporate acquisitions, dispositions and reorganizations. Stacy is a graduate of Michigan State University and the Wayne State University School of Law. She is a licensed attorney and certified public accountant in the State of Michigan.
Dennis Onabajo is a Vice President at Bloomfield Capital. Prior to joining Bloomfield, Dennis was an Associate at Fortress Investment Group, a $70 billion diversified global investment manager, where he focused on investing in opportunistic equity and debt real estate transactions. At Fortress Investment Group, Dennis acquired and managed over $700 million of real estate investments. Prior to that, he was a Senior Analyst at The Milestone Group, where he was responsible for real estate underwriting, due diligence, acquisition, and asset management of a portfolio of multifamily assets in excess of $1 billion. Dennis has also worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and JP Morgan Chase. He holds a M.S. in Applied Economics from Southern Methodist University and a B.S. in Economics from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Celia Dieterich manages operations, investor reporting, and systems at Bloomfield Capital. She joined the firm through its merger with VAR Capital Advisors, a boutique real estate diligence and advisory firm. Celia joined VAR Capital in 2016 where she conducted financial analysis, investment due diligence and asset management. Prior to joining VAR, Celia worked as a consultant where she performed financial analysis and budget review for an institutional real estate fund manager located in NYC, as well as, managed the financial models for a series of real estate private equity funds totaling more than $1B. Celia has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and both a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a M.S. in Management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Charles (Chuck) Herman is a Senior Advisor to Bloomfield Capital focusing on the Senior Housing sector. Most recently he served as President, Seniors Housing and Post Acute at Health Care REIT (now Welltower) with accountability for all functions with an emphasis on nurturing key client relationships, business development, evaluating investment opportunities, and advocating the advancement of the industry. Mr. Herman has served on the Boards of Argentum, the National Investment Center for Senior Housing and Care, and the American Seniors Housing Association. He also served as Chairperson of ALFAPAC, and NIC (National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care) Capital and Business Strategies Forum. Mr. Herman holds a MBA and B.S. in Commerce from Rider University.