Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 10, 2013
Zocalo Community Development has named Susan Maxwell an equity partner of Zocalo. Maxwell has served as Zocalo’s Director of Real Estate since 2010. In that role, Maxwell leads all of Zocalo’s community operations including budgeting, financial reporting, and cost containment procedures from project conception through execution. She has overseen the operations of the LEED-Gold apartment communities, Solera (which was sold for a record amount in $37 million in 2011), 2020 Lawrence and the upcoming Cadence Union Station project.
“Using a unique mix of innovation, analytical skills, creativity and leadership, Susan has helped establish Zocalo as a company nearly unique in Denver, equipped to design, develop, market and manage apartments,” said Zocalo Community Development Principal David Zucker. “Having her join us as an equity partner strengthens the company and allows us to continue to be a pioneer in Denver’s real estate market – a company that doesn’t just build buildings, but builds communities.”
Maxwell has more than 25 years of progressive executive management experience, having served some of the multi-family industry’s largest, most respected brands. Prior to joining Zocalo, she served as the Regional Vice President for Campus Advantage where she oversaw a fluid portfolio of student housing projects in a variety of markets. Maxwell also has worked across multiple channels with Greystar Real Estate Partners, Riverstone Residential Group, and Lincoln Property Company managing new developments, identifying new management opportunities and cultivating relationships with future and existing clients.
Active in the community, Maxwell is a board member of the Apartment Association of Metro Denver and also serves on the organization’s executive committee. She is a designated Certified Apartment Portfolio Supervisor through the National Apartment Association.
Zocalo Community Development is an award-winning, Denver-based development and management services company focused on creating sustainable communities that deliver for residents, investors and neighborhoods alike. Locally produced and contextually sensitive are descriptors of Zocalo's commitment to community development. Zocalo seeks to reduce the impact residential and mixed-use buildings have on the earth and the environment by substantially reducing greenhouse gases generated both by the building itself and by the means and patterns of resident commuting. Zocalo is ceaseless in its commitment to improving the design, sustainability, construction, development and marketing of its projects. The product of this complete integration is the development of real estate projects of greater enduring quality and sustainability.
The word Zocalo dates back to the Aztec culture and refers to a community center or plaza common to towns and cities throughout Latin America.
For more information visit http://www.zocalodevelopment.com.