Roger Pecsok joined Continuum Partners in 2001 since which time he has performed, coordinated or overseen a wide range of development responsibilities on multiple Continuum projects including financial analysis, construction, budgets, design, entitlements, oversight of horizontal and vertical development, establishment of a residential development program and numerous third party land transactions.
Since joining Continuum he worked extensively on most aspects of the 3.5 million square foot Belmar mixed-use development and became responsible for all ongoing development activities at Belmar. He currently oversees all development activities of Bradburn, a 120 acre mix-used project in Westminster, CO and also oversees development activities of The Ridge at Harvest Hills, a 164 acre residential subdivision in Williston, N.D. Roger coordinates development activities for two projects in Lincoln, NE, the development of a 38,000 SF retail centered anchored by Whole Foods and pre-development and entitlement activities for the repositioning of a 78 acre infill parcel between downtown and the airport.
Roger provided development oversight for the Art House Condominium project, a complex mixed-use project that includes 13 high end townhomes, a mid-rise building with market rate and affordable housing components and a contemporary art museum. Roger also had overall responsibility for Continuum’s involvement in pre-development activities for Belleview Station, a proposed 50 acre mixed-use and transit oriented development with over 5 million sf of programmed space located in the SE Denver tech corridor.
Prior to joining Continuum, he had over four years experience developing commercial properties in the Seattle area with Opus Northwest and prior to that two years construction experience with Morrison Knudsen Corporation. Throughout his career in real estate development, Roger has worked on over a dozen real estate development projects of almost all project types and totaling more than several million square feet.
He has undergraduate degrees in Economics and Political Science as well as a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in construction management. He has had membership in NAIOP, CNU and ULI and has participated in a number of panels and advisory committees.