Guy Vidal

Guy Vidal - Vidal Design Collaborative

Guy Vidal, born July 14, 1962, is an American entrepreneur, investor & philanthropist

Real Estate Investments – Guy currently owns and manages The Collaborative Apartments, a Los Angeles real estate portfolio valued at over $50 million, comprising residential multi-family, commercial and single family properties. Since 1999, Guy has been a trusted, veteran real estate syndicator and the managing member of 8 partnerships comprising dozens of real-estate investors.

Design-Build Firm – in 2001 Guy is co-founder, together with his partner and wife Karen Vidal, of Silver-Lake based Vidal Design Collaborative. The practice has been fundamental in helping to establish the aesthetic now synonymous with the Eastside of LA. Over the past 25 years VDC has completed over 300 remodeling and ground up construction projects, and its work has been published in the NYT and Architectural Digest.

www.TennisPro.Biz – in 2020 Guy founded Tennis Pro Biz, a not-for-profit organization that provides financial sponsorships, business plans and financial consulting to touring tennis professional ranked outside the top 150. In 2022 Tennis Pro Biz sponsored the Dropshot ITF tournaments and in 2023 it sponsored the ATX Open WTA 250 Tournament in Austin TX.

Early Life – Born in Tel Aviv, Guy’s father founded the Israeli art-house film industry. Guy was brought up and schooled in New York City, London, Israel and Montreal. During his military service in the IDF, Guy Vidal was a photojournalist who covered the 1982 War in Lebanon. He also shot, edited and directed propaganda shorts for the Israeli Military from 1982-1984.

Guy holds a BA in Film & Communications and an MBA in Entrepreneurial Studies, both from McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Personal Life – Vidal is married to Karen Vidal. They have 2 children: Ginger, 23, a graduate of Columbia University, and Levi, 17, a freshman at University of Vermont.

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