Movers and Shakers Week Ending 11.08.19

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Trammell Crow Company and High Street Residential Appoint New SVP in Denver 

Erik Hagevik

The Denver office of Trammell Crow Company and High Street Residential has announced that it is expanding its team with a strategic new hire. Erik Hagevik has joined the firm as senior vice president and will be responsible for expanding the firm’s residential development under the High Street Residential brand in the Denver market. High Street Residential is the residential subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company.

“We are thrilled to welcome Erik to the Trammell Crow Company and High Street Residential Denver team. His experience as a real estate developer is impressive, having worked in the industry for nearly two decades, focused on multifamily development. His depth of expertise will be an incredible asset to our team,” said Bill Mosher, senior managing director of the Trammell Crow Company and High Street Residential Denver office.

Hagevik is an experienced real estate development professional who has successfully sourced and closed multiple complex investments across various product types, including land, apartments and mixed-use properties. He has extensive acquisition and development experience, including construction/redevelopment in excess of 19,000 apartment units valued at over $3 billion. His knowledge and experience in the development of multiple types of multifamily designs provides increased value for each specific real estate development opportunity.

In his new role, Hagevik will be focused growing High Street Residential, joining the firm from Sares-Regis Group, where he served as senior vice president. Prior to that, he spent seven years as COO of Development for Holland Partner Group, where he was responsible for completing projects that include the Platform Building at Denver Union Station; Belleview Station; and Lincoln Station Apartments – each a significant transit-oriented multifamily development in metro Denver.

Hagevik earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance and Real Estate Development from the University of Denver.


Robert Knisley Tapped to Lead Commercial Real Estate Services in Denver

Robert Knisely

Transwestern announced that Robert Knisely has been appointed managing director and market leader to head up Transwestern’s operations throughout Colorado. Based in Denver, he will focus on elevating and innovating client services, attracting new talent, building market presence, and strengthening business development for the firm and his team.

“Robert’s collaborative and energetic leadership style embodies Transwestern’s award-winning culture and made him the ideal candidate to oversee our Denver operations,” said Chip Clarke, Transwestern’s West Region president. “His in-depth knowledge of the market will complement the solid team we have in place, and help our clients capitalize on the exceptional opportunities that exist in Denver for owners, users and investors of commercial property.”

Knisely brings more than 20 years of extensive commercial real estate experience to Transwestern, with a heavy focus on institutional landlord representation and project leasing in the Denver market. This knowledge base, coupled with his team-oriented mindset and deep ties to the community, equip him to build long-standing relationships with colleagues, owners, tenants, brokers and business leaders throughout Colorado.

Knisely began his career at Fuller Real Estate, a boutique company with local roots, where he was a shareholder. Through a series of acquisitions, Knisely gained experience in agency leasing, tenant advisory and asset services at several large global services firms. He most recently served as First Vice President at CBRE, overseeing an office leasing portfolio of more than 15 million square feet.

“Transwestern espouses what attracted me to commercial real estate at the start of my career – a collaborative environment where service is aligned with culture, and market experts are empowered to go above and beyond for their clients,” said Knisely. “Having worked alongside Transwestern for many years, I’ve admired the teamwork that is so ubiquitous throughout the firm and couldn’t be more excited to help grow Transwestern’s presence in a market that is rife with opportunity.”


Integrated Design Firm DLR Group Announces New Hires in Denver Market

Jennifer Templeman
Heather Miller
Charles Carroll

DLR Group, a 100 percent employee-owned global integrated design firm, recently added three new professionals to its Denver office. These individuals join the firm ready to champion innovation and collaboration and deliver on DLR Group’s brand promise to elevate the human experience through design.

Recent New Hires in Denver:

  • Charles Carroll, Architecture   
  • Heather Miller, Information Technology
  • Jennifer Templeman, Information Technology


Palace Construction Announces Leadership Change

Garth Geer
Rick Carter

Palace Construction has announced changes to its executive leadership team.

Rick Carter will assume the role of chief executive officer; previously president. Rick joined the company in 1989.

Garth Geer will be taking over the role of president; previously vice president. Garth joined Palace in 2004.

Todd Henry’s title has changed to vice president; previously restoration division manager. Todd joined the company in 2012.

Danny Throckmorton
Todd Henry

Danny Throckmorton’s title has changed to vice president; previously general superintendent and safety officer. Danny joined the company in 2005.

Palace Construction has been building structures and relationships of integrity throughout the Rocky Mountain region since 1963 and assists clients in all areas of commercial and residential construction and restoration.


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