The Siegel Group

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The Siegel Group (TSG) is a privately held real estate investment and management firm with a comprehensive platform covering all real estate classes. For nearly two decades, TSG has acquired, repositioned, developed and managed hundreds of real estate assets throughout the southwestern United States with a market value exceeding $2 billion. TSG has developed a strong reputation for creating value by repositioning under-utilized, mismanaged, and/or under-performing properties, including multifamily, extended-stay, boutique hotel, hotel-casino, retail and office assets. TSG adds significant value to the properties it acquires and manages with an aggressive and comprehensive operations and management team, leveraged with TSG’s in-house construction, design, legal, accounting, sales, and marketing departments.

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2.7

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Industry

Commercial Real Estate

Category

Real Estate

ESG/Ethical Impact

Our world is at a tipping point, making it critical for brands—and all of us—to focus on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG). Recent attempts to politicize ESG as “woke capitalism” are misguided at best and potentially perilous. When the Business Roundtable redefined the purpose of a corporation in 2019 to benefit all stakeholders, not just investors, it seemed a groundbreaking concept. But at its core, the idea was based on creating value, the only difference being that it was shared value. Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO of JP Morgan Chase & Co., noted, “Major employers are investing in their workers and communities because they know it is the only way to be successful over the long term.” This concept upended Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman’s focus on shareholder primacy. But it wasn’t a new idea. For much of the 20th century, there was a prevalent view that public companies, as opposed to privately held ones, should serve a different purpose. Harvard Law professor Merrick Dodd argued in 1932: “The business corporation is an economic institution which has a social service as well as a profit-making function.” Taking a broader triple bottom line view that encompasses people, planet and profit is a strategic recognition that brands will be most successful, especially long-term when all stakeholders’ needs are considered. Taking a short-term myopic focus on shareholders has proven ill-advised before, and BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico exemplifies the dangers of such myopia. Business Law professor Lynn Stout noted in “The Shareholder Value Myth“: “In trying to save $1 million a day by skimping on safety procedures at the Macondo well, BP cost its shareholders alone a hundred thousand times more, nearly $100 billion.”

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$556,000,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

3.4

Customer Rating

3.7

Company Size

1000-5000

ESG Risk Rating

3

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