Adam Milstein is a successful businessman who resides in the Los Angeles area. He is also an active community leader and philanthropist who, as a native of Israel, is dedicated to helping Israel-Americans and the State of Israel. He is the Managing Partner of Hager Pacific, a real estate investment firm he founded. Milstein has developed a specialty in buying properties, reconstructing them, and then establishing new tenants in the building. He is involved in most forms of property including retail, office, industrial, and multi-family structures.
Hager Pacific has 100 properties located across the nation. This includes 3,000 apartment units, putting the value at his real estate investments at more than $1 billion. He uses the capital of his business to buy additional properties and partially due to this can close on a new property very quickly, something he prides himself on. Milstein is also the leader of a team of property managers who maintain the properties the company owns, finds new tenants, and overall manages the properties.
As someone dedicated to his fellow Israeli-Americans, one of the nonprofits that Adam Milstein founded was the Israeli-American Council. He serves as the Chairman of the Board and has made it his mission to support the Israeli-American community and their ties to their homeland. His leadership has grown this organization to the largest Israeli-American nonprofit in the country and is involved in culture, academics, and social activism.
Adam Milstein is a community leader in a number of other ways as well. Along with his wife, he established the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation in 2011. They support a large number of nonprofits such as The Israel Project, Stand By ME, the Israel on Campus Coalition, Christian United for Israel, and the American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise numbered among them.
It was in 1978 that Adam Milstein graduated from the Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology. At this institute, he earned his degree in Industrial & Business Management. After he emigrated to Los Angeles, he attended the University of Southern California – Marshall School of Business, earning his MBA in Entrepreneurship in 1983.