American Pacific Properties Corporation is a real estate development company. Our primary business is the acquisition, renovation, and resale of residential real estate properties. We focus on single-family detached homes, apartments, TICs, and condominiums. Our goal is the preservation of the architectural heritage of San Francisco and the creation of modern, up to date living spaces. Our projects use the latest smart home technology and are built according to the principles of zen housing design.
Kai Cheng Tang is the Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of American Pacific Properties Corporation. For the past two decades, he has developed luxury homes in San Francisco. His interest in creating modern, up to date luxury homes comes from having a family of civil engineers and property developers. His family in China has built large manufacturing facilities and major commercial buildings. He became a U.S. citizen in 2004. He attended Guangxi University in Nanning, Guangxi, China and received a B.A. degree in English.
Daniel L. Conrad is Executive Vice President and Secretary of the Company. Mr. Conrad is a licensed real estate agent in California and specializes in commercial mortgages. He has worked with Smith-Craine Real Estate Finance in San Francisco for the past 16 years. He financed both residential and commercial loans. He has invested in real estate in San Francisco and Marin County since the early 1970s. Mr. Conrad is an international speaker on real estate topics. He holds a B.A. degree from Northwestern University with a major in English and Political Science.
Glenda R. Collins is Senior Vice President of the Company. She is the former First Vice President with Smith Barney (now Morgan Stanley Wealth Management) in both New York and San Francisco. She also held the positions of Regional Director and Director of Administration and Operations at Smith Barney. She arranged and sponsored financial seminars and conferences for investors. Collins was also a financial broker with Smith Barney. She is a graduate of University of Delaware with a B.A. in economics.
Philip S. Lanterman is Chief Operating Officer and a Director of the Company. Mr. Lanterman, 79, is a leader in the field of professional construction management. He has been involved in construction project planning, scheduling, cost estimating, construction operations and administration since 1966. He has provided the construction industry with all areas of management services on a wide range of heavy engineering and building projects nationwide. Mr. Lanterman has been an adjunct instructor at several universities since 1977, including most recently, 16 years at Sonoma State University. He is the author of several comprehensive standard procedure manuals and construction text books, including The Project Manager in Construction, A Manual of Essential Skills.
Tim Conley is a financial consultant to the Company. He is President and Founder of Conley CFO Consulting. Conley has a 30+ year career as a CFO in Silicon Valley. He has worked with early-stage, mid-sized, and public companies. He has completed venture capital funding, venture debt financing, as well as two IPOs that raised $115M. In addition, he managed key financial aspects of four M&A transactions on both the buy and sell sides, which included one international sale. He has led financial and administrative operations in the US, India, and Europe and implemented multiple systems for financial reporting, stock option administration, and HR performance. He has managed relationships with legal, audit, tax, risk management, and insurance providers.
Lorna Kollmeyer is Architectural Heritage and Historic Preservation Consultant to the Company. She is founder and principal of Lorna Kollmeyer Ornamental Plaster since 1983. Lorna Kollmeyer Ornamental Plaster has the largest collection of ceiling medallions, cartouches, plaques, and moldings in the Western United States. These elements adorn and lend character to San Francisco’s historic Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco, and Mediterranean architecture. She enhances façades or interiors with stock items from her collection. She also restores existing but damaged patterns, and designs an entirely new sculpture to suit a specific interior or exterior.
Rodrigo Santos is Structural Engineering Consultant to the Company. He is Principal and Co-Founder of Santos & Urrutia. He has Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Civil Engineering from Stanford University. He is a California licensed Civil and Structural Engineer. He has over 25 years of experience in the development of mixed-use spaces, office complexes, apartment buildings and hotels. In 2000, he was appointed to the San Francisco Building Inspection Commission (SFBIC) as the structural engineering chair. In 2004 he was appointed the SFBIC president.