Dan Green

Dan Green

During his tenure at J.A. Green Development Corp. (JAG), Dan Green has personally directed the development of more than two million square feet of office and warehouse space “from the ground up”.  He began training for his career with JAG at age 15, when he spent his summer working as an apprentice to an electrician.  Every subsequent summer Dan worked with a different contractor, learning the basics of each trade.  Anticipating a career with his father in the company, Dan enrolled at Babson College, where he was a four-year starter on the men’s tennis team, and majored in Entrepreneurial Studies.  In 1992, Dan joined the family business full time. 

Dan started his career as a property manager, managing retail strip centers in Queens and Nassau Counties in New York State, as well as leasing office and warehouse space adjacent to John F. Kennedy International Airport.  In 1994, Dan moved to Texas and focused on JAG's new airport adjacent developments at Sea-Tac, Houston Bush Intercontinental, Atlanta’s Hartsfield and D/FW International Airport.  

Dan was promoted to President of JAG in January 2000 and continues in that role today.  In 2006, Dan directed the largest single sale in the company’s history.  The sale included properties located in Dallas, Houston, Seattle, and Atlanta.  Immediately following the sale, Dan led the development of a 220,000 square foot build-to-suit distribution facility in Irving, Texas for Forward Air, Inc.  The project included 30,000 square feet of office space, a data center, a 6,000 square foot maintenance facility, parking for over 100 trailers, and required significant infrastructure improvements including removing the property from the one hundred year flood plain.  The project was selected as a finalist for one of the “Best Real Estate Deals of 2009” by the Dallas Business Journal.

In 2018 Dan started development of approximately 250 acres of land immediately adjacent to Denver International Airport (DEN).  When completed, the project will contain over 3 million square feet of class A warehouse space.  The property is the closest privately owned land to the airport tarmac and is one of the first projects to be developed in a confirmed Opportunity Zone. 

Dan is an active member of his local synagogue.  In June 2016, he completed a three-year term as president of the Board of Trustees at Temple Sholom in Greenwich, CT.  Dan, his wife Shannon, and their three children and will be relocating to the Denver area in the summer of 2019.


Jeff OFlahrity

Jeff OFlahrity

Jeff has over 35 years of construction experience in the commercial and industrial construction markets. Jeff began his career in construction at the age of 19 where he became a union carpenter and from there rose through the ranks to general superintendent and then moved on to project manager and operation manger. He has extensive knowledge of all phases of construction from the excavation, all the way into tenant finishes.  Jeff supervised the construction of approximately 1M sf of warehouse space for JAG in Grapevine and Houston and has recently relocated to Denver to work on the new JAG Logistics Center at DIA.


Adam Teplitzky

Adam Teplitzky

Adam Teplitzky joined the JAG team in 2017 as Vice President of Finance and Development. Prior to joining JAG, Adam served as Chief Operating Officer and Head of Business Development at DSN Group Inc., a small Southern California development and construction company focused on adaptive reuse projects. During his tenure at DSN, Adam was responsible for a wide array of tasks, including overseeing the company's accounting and finances, business development, project management, and investor relations.

Prior to DSN Adam was a Vice President at Hawkins Way Capital and its affiliated funds, where his primary responsibility was analyzing and executing real estate equity investments and capital market opportunities along with overseeing the funds redevelopment projects. Adam also spent the first ten years of his career with Houlihan Lokey Capital, a global investment bank, where he was a member of the firm's Real Estate Strategic Advisory Practice and Financial Restructuring Group. Adam was responsible for executing over $25 billion of complex real estate and real estate related assignments across a variety of asset classes.

Adam received his Bachelor of Science with distinction in Accounting, Finance and Legal Studies from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He is registered with FINRA as a General Securities Representative (Series 7 and 63) and a Limited Representative - Investment Banking (Series 79).


John A. Schoenfeld

John A. Schoenfeld

John Schoenfeld is Co-Managing Partner of JAG and joined JAG in early 2019. John, and Dan Green are jointly responsible for managing all aspects of JAG business, investment and development activities and implementing JAG’s strategic objectives.

Prior to joining JAG, John was a managing director and founder of Houlihan Lokey’s real estate, lodging & leisure and homebuilding investment banking group. John has provided investment banking and financial advisory services to many of the industry’s most prominent companies, including Prudential Real Estate Investors, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Cabot Industrial Trust, First Union Real Estate Investments, Starwood Capital Group, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, iStar Financial, Innkeepers USA Trust, JA Green (“JAG”), Wyndham International, Korea Asset Management Co. (KAMCO), Oaktree Capital Management, Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort, Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Intrawest Resorts and Cerberus Capital Management/Blackacre Capital. He is frequently quoted in trade journals and mainstream publications and has authored a number of articles.

John’s connection to JAG, the Green Family and Dan Green began in 2005 / 2006 when John led the Houlihan Lokey team which structured and advised JAG on the largest single sale in JAG history - the sale of properties  located in Dallas, Houston, Seattle, and Atlanta to the company which is today Prologis (NYSE:PLD). It was during this transaction that John worked closely with Dan Green to design, structure and close the transaction with Prologis.

Before joining Houlihan Lokey, John was at Salomon Brothers, where he established and developed its real estate merchant bank (principal investments) for the western United States. At Salomon, John was involved in more than $3 billion of real estate sales, financings, and M&A transactions involving major domestic and foreign companies and institutions.

Mr. Schoenfeld holds a B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles, a J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law, and an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.