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:
We are currently seeking an experienced Property Administrator with great interpersonal skills and a disciplined attention to detail to join our team. The ideal candidate has a minimum five years of experience in commercial real estate property administration, is excited about downtown Denver, as well as other urban and mountain markets throughout Colorado.
We are currently seeking a Leasing Coordinator who will be responsible for all residential leasing of the multifamily portfolio throughout the Denver Metro area. This includes leasing communication, tours, and administration; and assistance with general oversight of the properties, tenant relations, coordination of property maintenance, day to day management of property management software, and other tasks to ensure the effective operations of assigned properties.
We’re seeking an experienced Staff Accountant with strong analytical skills and disciplined attention to detail. The Staff Accountant will be responsible for the property accounting for various investment real estate properties. This position will collaborate with property managers to ensure accurate, timely, and complete property execution from a financial standpoint. The Staff Accountant will also support payroll processing for various employment entities. The ideal candidate has a minimum of two years of commercial property accounting.
We are seeking an experienced Project Manager for the daily execution of a significant and highly complex adaptive-reuse, mixed-use development project. Located in the heart of Denver’s downtown, Larimer Square is the city’s original main street and is today comprised of 18 individual historic buildings, several non-historic buildings, and a structured parking garage, all under common ownership and management. The future of Larimer Square will include restoration and enhancement of the heritage buildings, rebuilt streetscape, incorporation of new uses and activated open space, and potential construction of multiple new and highly-sustainable buildings within and/or to adjacent to the Square. By investing the necessary time and capital in this iconic asset, Urban Villages will protect the historic essence of Larimer Square while building it as an inclusive, sustainable and thriving center of the city. The Project Manager will be responsible for a wide variety of the aspects of project execution, most particularly assisting in the management of a multi-disciplinary consulting team and taking responsibility for all of the elements related to project construction. The Project Manager will work closely with and report to the Project Executive for Larimer Square.