Movers and Shakers Week Ending 10.26.18
JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE Welcomes New Team Members Tyler Myers and Alicia Johannesen
JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, a Denver-based architecture and interior design firm specializing in hospitality, urban housing and mixed-use projects, recently welcomed Interior Designer Tyler Myers and Intern Architect Alicia Johannesen.
“These additions to JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE are uniquely skilled at combining pragmatism and beauty in their work,” said Nicole Nathan, partner at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE. “They will strengthen our team’s ability to bring creative solutions to the direct benefit of our clients and projects.”
Myers joins JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE after working as an interior designer in the Pacific Northwest for several years. A native Coloradan, Myers earned a degree in interior architecture from Colorado State University. He brings an extensive background in hospitality design, as well as experience in multifamily, commercial and retail design.
“I admire the aesthetic, care and quality of the projects the JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE team produces,” said Myers. “The prior work of the firm has long inspired me and I’m looking forward to contributing high-impact design for clients and projects moving forward.”
Johannesen brings a passion for working with both multifamily and hospitality projects began when she started a career framing houses and building furniture in New England, an experience that led to her interest in a career in architecture. She has a master of architecture from UC Denver.
“I have enjoyed seeing many of JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE’s projects constructed in Denver to the positive impact on the architecture and design of the city,” said Johannesen. “This is a firm that does great contextual design work in typologies I love – multifamily and hospitality – and I am thrilled to join the team.”
Marcus & Millichap Appoints Skyler Cooper to Regional Manager in Denver
Marcus & Millichap (NYSE: MMI) announced that Skyler Cooper has been appointed as regional manager of its Denver office.
“This is an exciting time for commercial real estate in Denver and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to serve our clients and expand Marcus & Millichap’s already impressive market share across Colorado,” said Cooper.
Prior to this appointment, Cooper served as a vice president investments and director of Marcus & Millichap’s National Hospitality Group in the firm’s Houston office. He began his career with Marcus & Millichap in Dallas in 2012. Cooper has also served as a regional sales manager with Marriott International, where he managed sales operations for more than 12 full-service hotels, including the JW Marriott Washington, D.C., the Washington Marriott Wardman Park and The Mayflower Renaissance Hotel.
Cooper holds a degree in accounting and information technology from Virginia Tech.
Erik Hagevik to Lead Sares Regis Group’s Multifamily Development Plans in Denver
Multifamily development veteran Erik Hagevik has joined SARES REGIS GROUP as senior vice president of Residential Development. Hagevik will be responsible for sourcing, entitling, designing and constructing development opportunities for SRG in the Denver region.
“In addition to gaining Erik’s expertise in all aspects of development – land acquisition, entitlement, financing, construction and asset management – his knowledge of the Denver market and proven record of success align with our long-term plans to serve the region’s expanding housing needs,” said Chris Payne, managing director of Sares Regis Group.
Hagevik has held key roles in the acquisition or development of more than 65 multifamily properties valued at more than $2.5 billion, since starting his career in 1995.
Most recently, Hagevik represented the Denver real estate interests of Holland Partner Group as chief operating officer. During his tenure beginning in 2011, Hagevik originated and managed 10 mixed-use developments, totaling 2,834 apartments and valued at more than $1 billion.
Before joining Holland, Hagevik was Fairfield Residential’s acquisition and development manager in Denver from 1995 to 2009. While with Fairfield, Hagevik also oversaw acquisition, development and redevelopment of more than 13,800 apartments in six western states.
Hagevik earned bachelor’s degrees in finance and real estate development from the University of Denver. He is a member of the Downtown Denver Partnership, Urban Land Institute, National Multihousing Council and Apartment Association of Metro Denver.