Real Estate Development Coordinator
Company ProfileCross Street Partners (CSP) is an integrated real estate development team with expertise in development, financial advisory, construction, and property management. CSP is dedicated to reinvigorating America's secondary and tertiary cities through creative, community-centered redevelopment.How We WorkCSP focuses on rebuilding urban communities by creating vibrant mixed-use neighborhoods. We set our sights on vacant and oftentimes overlooked former industrial properties and perform extensive historic renovations to preserve the buildings' character. From there, we repurpose these once outmoded buildings with forward-thinking use plans focused on innovation, entrepreneurship and social impact. Wherever we work, our goals are the same: to finance, develop, build, and manage authentic environments that inspire collaboration, spur innovation, and sustain community connection.ResponsibilitiesCSP has active development project in cities like Baltimore, MD, Dayton, OH, Gainesville, FL, and Winston Salem, NC. The CSP development and financial advisory team is looking to hire a highly-motivated Real Estate Development Coordinator to support these projects. Responsibilities will include:* Project SupportThe Development Coordinator will work on multiple development projects, taking on tasks related to feasibility analysis, financing, use program exploration, and marketing.* Placemaking StrategyThe Development Coordinator will work with the team and outside partners to identify and implement projects that create a sense of place.* Organizational DesignThe Development Coordinator will work with the team to identify and address areas for organizational improvement across the company.* Leasing CoordinationThe Development Coordinator will work with the development team to identify tenant prospects, coordinate tenant prospect outreach, and secure leasing commitments.* Financial ClosingsThe Development Coordinator will help coordinate closings involving complex public-private financing sources.Qualifications* Work experience (or coursework in an advanced degree program) in real estate, urban planning or a related field.* A passion for cities, community development, green building and/or historic preservation.