About Jason Hughes the CEO of Hughes Marino, Located in San Diego

Jason Hughes is the CEO, owner, and chairman of Hughes Marino, located in California, San Diego. After developing into a major exclusive buyer and tenant representation business in the region, the company has grown into numerous office locations on the west coast. 


Jason Hughes has started innovative California legislation concerning tenant representation and has transferred some of the most considerable hire transactions in the State. He has managed purchases and leases of square feet for tens of millions. Jason Hughes has experience with initial negotiations, sale-leaseback transactions, Lease or loan workouts, culture consulting, built-to-suit developments, expansion and contract negotiations and lease auditing.


In addition, CEO and entrepreneur Jason Hughes specializes in project finance negotiations, lease restructuring, construction management. At Hughes Marino, they help clients with Sizeable corporate purchases, lease accounting, and participating loan structuring. Also, with an understanding that spans a general spectrum of market subdivisions, Jason Hughes has spearheaded the lease and purchase negotiation of high-rise buildings, hotels. 


CEO and entrepreneur Jason Hughes also leads purchases and negotiation of condominiums, and offices. He has appeared on several TV programs, and mass media giants like The Huffington Post and The Wall Street Journal have used him as a useful resource. Adding to his training at Pepperdine University and the University of San Diego, he has studied executive programs at UCSD, UCLA, and Harvard. 

Over his proficient successes, the business mogul has achieved much as a community leader and public advocate. Amongst his other charitable and civic activities, he has worked as a business council affiliate of the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, the head of the New Children’s Museum, and a board affiliate of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association. Jason Hughes also holds an active affiliation with the Child Abuse Prevention Foundation.