With over 15 years of experience in commercial and residential real estate development and construction management, Mike brings a strong background in project planning and execution. He handles a wide range of responsibilities including development management, financial analysis and underwriting, asset management, construction management, and design and entitlements.
Recently Mike’s primary focus is the development of a social impact investment fund conceptualized by Continuum. The social impact fund focuses on new investment platforms for mixed income attainable housing and enterprise space for workforces and organizations that provide essential services to our communities, such as teachers, police, firefighters, healthcare workers and cultural enterprises.
Mike joined Continuum Partners in 2012 and has been an integral member of the development teams overseeing the Market Station project in Denver, CO. The Ridge subdivision in Williston, ND, the Bradburn project in Westminster, CO as well as two projects in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles, CA.
In 2016, Mike was promoted to Senior Development Manager. In addition to his work on the social impact fund pipeline projects, Mike leads a development team through the Continuued platform that is managing the entitlement and development of the A-Lift project at Copper Mountain, a new mixed-use residential neighborhood at Copper Mountain Resort including a Hotel, Condo, Townhomes and Single Family homes, the redevelopment of the Frontier Cinema, a new cultural resort type offering being developed in the San Luis Valley of Colorado, and the 647 Mateo project in Los Angeles.
In Mike’s role, he has had the opportunity to engage with a number of local art and cultural groups including Black Cube, a nomadic contemporary art museum, and the Biennial of America’s organization. In his work with Black Cube, Mike helped implement the Unclassified Site Museum SANGREE, which was on display at the Market Station project site during the fall of 2016.
Mike was a participant in the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP) Leadership Program in 2016, and through Continuum’s membership remains an active member of the DDP organization.
He received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado Boulder, and his Masters of Urban and Regional Planning from University of Colorado Denver.