Lindsay is a Development Manager facilitating multiple aspects of Continuum’s 9+CO project, including financial analysis, public financing, site planning and feasibility, entitlements, budget development, land dispositions, and leasing. Prior to joining Continuum in 2015, Lindsay worked as an independent consultant from 2013 -2015 managing proformas on behalf of small, entrepreneurial developers for acquisition and redevelopment of contaminated land, industrial, and flex buildings.
Prior to working as an independent consultant, Lindsay was a Development Associate at Weston Solutions, a national brownfield developer. In this role, Lindsay managed financial and market analysis for the redevelopment of contaminated properties into mixed-use office and retail assets. By utilizing public funding sources such as TIF and Block Grants, she honed her skills working alongside the public sector by coordinating with Urban Renewal Authorities, City Manager Offices, and Planning Departments. Prior to Weston Solutions, Lindsay was an Analyst at Catellus Development Group where she underwrote complex mixed-use, urban-infill developments containing contamination and public financing such as the Gates Rubber Factory site in Denver.
Lindsay holds a B.A cum laude in Community and Environmental Planning from the University of Washington in Seattle. She obtained a M.S. in Real Estate and Construction Management from the University of Denver. She is an active member of the Urban Land Institute including committee member of the ULI’s Women’s Leadership Institute.