SHDC Consultant
Tracy Stigler

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Tracy began his professional career as an accountant with the national accounting firm Deloitte in Phoenix Arizona and later became a Staff Attorney for the NBA franchise Phoenix Suns.

In 2000 Tracy was recruited to Sacramento to assist NBA All-Star Kevin Johnson on the urban mixed-use real estate development project, 40 Acres in the historic Oak Park community. This project received the Award of Excellence by the California Redevelopment Agency and served as a catalyst for the revitalization of the Oak Park community.

After the successful completion of the 40 Acres corridor, Tracy accepted a position as Project Manager with Buzz Oates Enterprises.  During his tenure with this regional real estate development giant, Tracy focused on all aspects of regional retail and industrial development.

Tracy Stigler currently serves as a consultant to St. HOPE Development Company (SHDC).  Tracy began his professional career as an accountant with the national accounting firm Deloitte in Phoenix Arizona and later became a Staff Attorney for the NBA franchise Phoenix Suns. 

In 2000 Tracy was recruited to Sacramento to assist NBA All-Star Kevin Johnson on the urban mixed-use real estate development project, 40 Acres in the historic Oak Park community. This project received the Award of Excellence by the California Redevelopment Agency and served as a catalyst for the revitalization of the Oak Park community. 

After the successful completion of the 40 Acres corridor, Tracy accepted a position as Project Manager with Buzz Oates Enterprises.  During his tenure with this regional real estate development giant, Tracy focused on all aspects of regional retail and industrial development.

In 2007 Tracy joined Thomas Enterprises as a member of the development team on the Sacramento Railyards Project. At 244-acres, the Railyards Project was one of the largest infill projects in North America. When completed, this transformative mixed-use project will double the size of the existing downtown Sacramento footprint. 

Before transitioning to a consultant for SHDC, Tracy served as its president with a goal of creating a profitable self-sustaining business model that owns, manages and leases commercial, retail and residential properties in the Sacramento region.