Vice President, Corporate Development
Vincent Deorio is the Vice President, Corporate Development for Atlas Real Estate, a full-service real estate company specializing in investment brokerage, property management and institutional acquisition. In this position, Deorio will continue to expand all divisions of the Denver-based company through M&A, corporate development, market expansion and a $`1-billion single-family rental (SFR) joint venture with DivcoWest that will add thousands of rental homes to the West. He brings a proven track record in leading the growth of firms backed by both private equity and venture capital to this role.
Prior to joining Atlas, Deorio was the Vice President of M&A/Corporate Development at Oakland, CA-based Mynd Management, a technology pioneer in the small residential property management sector. He led 20 acquisitions for Mynd, expanding the firm into 16 markets nationwide. Due in part to Deorio’s efforts, Mynd was named the #1 Fastest-Growing Private Company in the Bay Area in 2020 out of 100 firms in the region.
Deorio was the Vice President of Acquisitions for San Francisco-based J Street Hospitality, Inc., where he specialized in developing and acquiring hospitality companies and hoteliers before his tenure at Mynd.
For nearly a decade, Deorio has served as a principal and consultant for a variety of real estate investment and finance companies, including The Deorio Group, PierFund, West Realty Advisors, LLC and Canter Companies. In all, he has deployed in excess of $1 billion across multiple markets and asset classes, for both institutional and private capital partners.
In 2019, Deorio served as the President of the Alameda/Contra Costa Counties Chapter of the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM), where he furthered the interests of San Francisco Bay Area property managers, owners and investors.
A Denver native, Deorio received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from the University of San Diego and a Certificate in Hotel Real Estate Investment & Asset Management from Cornell University.
Deorio hails from a long line of Italian immigrant stone masons-turned-entrepreneurs, all of whom share a deep passion for real estate. In fact, many of Deorio’s relatives are involved in real estate in one way or another.
Although Deorio’s distinguished career has been fulfilling, his greatest pride and purpose in life are his two children – Avia and Vincent – and his wife, Stefanie. Deorio is committed to giving back to the communities in which he resides through mentorship and volunteer work. For the past 10 years, he has been a Big Brother/Mentor for Big Brothers-Big Sisters of America. He has also spent time building houses for the East Bay chapter of Habitat for Humanity.