Movers and Shakers Week Ending 02.02.24

Tributary Real Estate Promotes Three Commercial Brokers 

Natalie Froland
Jona Behm

Tributary Real Estate, a commercial real estate brokerage firm based in Colorado, recently announced the promotions of commercial brokers – Natalie Froland and Jona Behm to vice president and Ryan Peirona to associate broker.  

“As we navigate the changing office environment, our clients continue to benefit greatly from the personalized tenant advisory approach that our team at Tributary is known for,” said Andy Cullen, partner and managing broker at Tributary. “Our people-first philosophy relies on the fact that we work with professionals who are not only exceptional at what they do but are passionate and thoughtful about how they do it. These are all qualities that Natalie, Jona and Ryan exemplify.” 

Ryan Peirona

Tributary’s approach to commercial real estate brokerage is rooted in its people and these promotions underscore the company’s continued dedication to recognizing and cultivating talent within the organization. Tributary’s select recent transactions include BOA Technology’s 87,000-square-foot lease renewal at Denver’s Taxi campus; a new, 8,400-square-foot lease for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado at Tamarac Plaza II and a 5,100-square-foot renewal for 4240 Architecture in RiNo. 

Tributary Partner Amy Aldridge added, “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to invest in our team and foster an environment that both rewards internal talent and also attracts professionals who share our commitment to excellence, integrity and delivering meaningful results.” 

CBRE Announces Multifamily Land Specialist Bryon Stevenson in Denver and Lane Everitt in Fort Collins

Lane Everritt
Bryon Stevenson

Bryon Stevenson has joined CBRE’s Denver office as a senior vice president. Mr. Stevenson specializes in urban and suburban land sales for multifamily and mixed-use development. He joins the Denver-based multifamily investment properties team led by Chris Cowan, Terrance Hunt and Shane Ozment. 

Mr. Stevenson has completed more than 50 land transactions over his career to date with a cumulative value of over $100 million. His sales have resulted in the development of over 5,000 multifamily units across metro Denver. Prior to entering brokerage, Mr. Stevenson worked for a multifamily development company performing financial underwriting and assisting in the development of new multifamily projects totaling over $250 million across the Midwest. 

In 2022, Connect CRE recognized Mr. Stevenson as a Next Generation Award winner. He has also been a top-three finalist for Denver Metro Commercial Association of Realtors’ Top Young Broker of the Year and Top Land Broker of the Year, in 2020 and 2021 respectively.  

CBRE also announced that Lane Everitt has joined its Fort Collins office to focus exclusively on commercial real estate. Mr. Everitt will work alongside CBRE’s Stuart Thomas and specialize in the repositioning, sale and leasing of healthcare-related properties, including senior care and behavioral health centers. 

Mr. Everitt brings nearly 20 years of experience in real estate, joining CBRE from The Group Real Estate, Inc., where he ran a successful residential real estate team with his wife Pamela, who will continue that work. He is part of a family legacy in real estate that began in the 1950s and grew into Everitt Enterprises, which helped shape modern Fort Collins through the development of residential subdivisions, commercial properties and expansions to Colorado State University. 

“I’ve always been intrigued by the commercial side of the real estate industry and see tremendous potential around the repositioning of commercial properties to their highest and best use to meet a community need,” said Mr. Everitt, senior associate, CBRE. 

Denver Housing Authority Hires New CEO 

Joaquín Cintrón Vega

The Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver (DHA) announced that Joaquín Cintrón Vega has been selected to serve as DHA’s next CEO following a national search and multiple rounds of interviews. 

“DHA is pleased to announce the hiring of Joaquín Cintrón Vega as its new CEO,” Grace Buckley, chair of DHA’s Board of Commissioners said. “Joaquín is a seasoned housing leader who understands the critical role DHA plays in the community and is committed to fulfilling the vision and strategy the organization has adopted.” 

Cintrón Vega has served as the President & Chief Executive Officer at Lucas Metropolitan Housing in Toledo, Ohio, since 2020. Prior to this, he served as the Director of the Public Housing Division in Miami Dade County. With more than two decades of experience, Cintrón Vega has established a distinguished career in the management of federal housing assistance programs and policy development. 

“Making a difference in the lives of people is an honor, and I am thrilled to join DHA. I am excited to lead a team that has already done an outstanding job serving our community, and I look forward to contributing to our shared mission,” said Cintrón Vega.” Our focus is on developing stronger partnerships, fostering unity, and empowering individuals to cultivate shared aspirations. By transforming neighborhoods into thriving ecosystems of collective progress and opportunity, we can make a real difference in the lives of those we serve as we succeed in providing high-quality, affordable housing with responsive services, enabling people and communities to prosper.” 

Cintrón Vega’s first day with DHA will be April 1, 2024. 

Related Posts

Scroll to Top