Roger Moliere is a Manatt Real Estate senior advisor in the firm’s Los Angeles office. His practice focuses on the public-private development of various mixed-use and commercial projects, public-private partnerships (P3s), and engaging the private sector for design, financing, construction, operation and maintenance of transit, highway and infrastructure projects. Roger has extensive experience in real estate development and leasing as well as all types of public-private partnership arrangements.
Prior to joining the firm, Roger worked for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), where he was responsible for the development and construction of more than 30 mixed-use, hotel and commercial projects on Metro’s property along the Los Angeles region’s transportation corridors and also established Metro’s P3 program for private investment, financing and construction of a wide range of major infrastructure projects.
Prior to his position with Metro, Roger was Deputy Director of Development for the County of Los Angeles Department of Beaches and Harbors for over nine years, where he led negotiations for the second-generation development of County-owned Marina del Rey. He completed over $1.5 billion in new leasehold public-private joint development projects, including shopping centers, hotels, multifamily residential and marine-related projects and oversaw the leasing and development along 31 miles of coastline managed by the County.