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Burbank, California  Tel: 818.845.3659

 

 

Victor Georgino - Owner

Developer Experience:
1976-1985 consistently one of the highest industrial/retail leasing agents of Ashwill-Burke Industrial Real Estate and Cushman&Wakefield. Averaged over $5 million in annual sales and leasing.

1995-2000 consultant to AMC Theatres on the development of parking structures associated with their theatres.
Industrial Development:
189,000sf Industrial complex, Burbank California, 1979 Owner-Developer. Responsible for all facets of development including design, leasing, financing and construction.

85,000sf Industrial facility, Agoura Hills, California, 1982 General Partnership, Managing General Partner. Responsible for all facets of development including design, leasing, financing and construction.

Retail/Entertainment:
37,000sf American Multi-Cinema 10-plex movie theater, Burbank, California, 1986. As Managing General Partner of Burbank Multi-Cinema, Victor Georgino directed design, entitlement processing, leasing, financing, and construction. Development included zoning entitlement, public and private financing, Disposition and Development Agreement processing, and construction of public parking facilities.

25,000sf American Muli-Cinema 4-plex expansion, 15,000sf retail/restaurant development, Burbank, California, 1992. As Managing General Partner of Burbank Multi-Cinema, Victor Georgino directed design, entitlement processing, leasing, financing, and construction. Development included zoning entitlements, public and private financing, (Mello-Roos public financing) Disposition and Development Agreement processing, and construction of a 496 space public parking structure. Key retail tenants included: Islands Restaurant, Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream and Market City Caffe.

35,000sf Century Theatre 10-plex movie theater and 16,000sf retail/restaurant complex, Downtown Ventura, California, October, 1998. As Owner-Manager of Ventura Multi-Cinema, LLC, Victor Georgino directed design, entitlement processing, leasing, financing, and construction of a downtown movie theater and adjacent retail/restaurant development. Development included zoning entitlements, design review process, public and private financing. Developer also negotiated and implemented a Disposition and Development Agreement in excess of 15 million, and constructed a 505-space public parking structure. Key retail tenants included: Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream, Quizno’s Classic Subs, Kelly’s Coffee and Fudge, California Federal Bank. Ventura Multi-Cinema represented the first major development in Downtown Ventura in a decade and required the support of downtown merchants, City design-review, historical preservation, San Buenaventura Mission and City officials.

Community Service:
Spearheaded the Kiwanis Club of Burbank fundraising and project development for first Burbank Habitat for Humanity project, 1998-99. As a twenty-two year member and past president of Burbank Kiwanis Club, Mr. Georgino directed the efforts of the Burbank Kiwanis Club in a major development campaign that resulted in the development of eight (8) for-sale affordable condominiums. Mr. Georgino represented Habitat in its successful negotiations with the City of Burbank and secured the City’s contribution of the necessary land, relocation of the existing tenants, and entitlement processing. Through the efforts of the Kiwanis Club of Burbank, over $125,000 in direct revenue and in-kind services were raised.

Mr. Georgino served as a Director of the Burbank Housing Corporation and Honorary Board member of Providence St Joseph’s Medical Center. In addition, he served as Chair of the Notre Dame High School, Sherman Oaks, Board of Directors. In his capacity as Chair of the Board, he is directed the development of a new $5 million technology and arts facility.

Public-Private Projects:
As previously stated, Georgino Development has extensive experience in working within cooperative public-private partnerships. City officials and the city councils in the communities, within which he works recognize Victor Georgino as an honest, hardworking, patient developer who easily accommodates the public participation process.

 

                                                         
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