Urban Villages celebrates an entrepreneurial work environment where all team members are encouraged to seek out professional and personal betterment. We all share a common theme: We love what we do. Interested in joining our team? We are currently hiring for the following positions:
The Development Project Manager will have accountability for managing the schedule, budget, and quality for the redevelopment of Larimer Square, as well as supporting stakeholder
relations. The Project Manager provides leadership through all phases of project execution and serves as the chief liaison between Urban Villages and our strategic partners for design, engineering, permitting, construction, and tenant build-out.
This position will be responsible for managing an office budget, managing office vendors and equipment, overseeing IT infrastructure and vendors, creating and maintaining office procedures, maintaining office cleanliness and organization, and procuring office and kitchen supplies, among other responsibilities.
Urban Villages is seeking a part-time Leasing Coordinator to support leasing activities and administrative tasks for a portfolio of residential properties in Lakewood, CO.
The Assistant Property and Leasing Manager is responsible for assisting the Property Manager in overseeing the daily operations and financial performance of a mid-sized portfolio of commercial properties. Primary responsibilities will include the residential leasing and marketing for the SugarCube apartments (a 37-unit luxury apartment property in Lower Downtown Denver), along with tasks related to residential and commercial lease administration, financial budgeting and oversight, data analysis, tenant relations, coordination of property maintenance, safety and security, vendor management, project management, and other tasks to ensure the effective operations of assigned properties.
The Residential Property Manager is responsible for overseeing the daily operations and financial performance of the 94-unit Falcon Run Apartments property (www.falconrunapts.com). This will include tenant relations, lease administration, leasing and marketing, coordination of property maintenance and upkeep, property safety and security, vendor management, personnel supervision, project management, event coordination, and other tasks to ensure the effective operations of assigned property.
The Residential Facilities Maintenance Engineer will assist in the maintenance and repair of facilities and equipment by performing a variety of skilled and semi-skilled electrical, plumbing, HVAC, carpentry, flooring, painting, and mechanical repair work.