EVP - Development
Dan Marcus joined Scout Capital Partners in 2017 and Scout Cold Logistics in 2021. He currently serves as Executive Vice President – Development, where he oversees the capital deployment associated with all development and leasing activities of the firm and is integrally involved in all investments and the crafting of the firm’s overall strategic direction.
Dan brings more than three decades of international real estate development and investment experience to his role at Scout Cold Logistics. Prior to joining Scout, Dan served as Executive Vice President of Flagler Global Logistics, the largest industrial developer in Florida and a subsidiary of Florida East Coast Industries. At Flagler, Dan led a 25-person team in master planning, permitting, constructing, leasing and managing approximately twenty million square feet of Class-A cold and dry storage warehouses in large-scale business parks.
Prior to joining Flagler, Dan served as London & Regional Panama’s Director of Development, where he was responsible for creating and implementing the business plan for the redevelopment of the former Howard U.S. Air Force base into the 3,450-acre, master-planned community of Panama Pacifico. The project consisted of more than 11 million square feet of new commercial space, including an office campus, logistics facilites, retail centers, and 20,000 new homes and apartments.
Dan also served as a Senior Vice President at ProLogis where he opened the company’s India office. Prior to ProLogis’ acquisition of Catellus Development Corporation, Dan led Catellus’ Northwest Region where he was responsible for $1.2 billion of developable properties in Northern California, Oregon and Washington. Dan also served as Catellus’ Midwest Region leader where he oversaw the planning, development and leasing of four large, master-planned business parks totaling over 2,000 acres.
Dan volunteers at various food banks and organizations that support homeless families and youth.
Dan earned an MBA in Public and Private Management from the Yale University School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley.