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Senior Vice President, Development

Jeff spent two summers during college working as a cook in national parks (Glacier and Sequoia)


B.S., Humboldt State University, Natural Resource Planning
M.B.A., University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Kenan-Flagler Business School


Jeff is a Senior Vice President in National Development’s Development group.  Jeff has over 20 years of real estate development experience and is involved in all aspects of overseeing development projects from concept to completion including site selection, feasibility analysis, acquisition, design, permitting, financing, construction, leasing, and operations.   Prior to joining National Development, Jeff led development efforts for GID on two apartment towers in downtown Seattle (Cirrus and Stratus) totaling $400 million and 751 units as well as High Street in Atlanta, a $2 billion, 42-acre, 9 million SF mixed use development consisting of 9 million gross SF, 3,000 residential units, 1 million SF of office, 400,000 SF of retail, 400 hotel rooms, 8,000 parking spaces, new streets, parks, and infrastructure.  Prior to GID, Jeff was a Vice President-Development for Boston Properties and led development efforts for approximately 2.5 million SF of mixed use development in the Greater Boston area.


Professional Affiliations

  • Executive Committee (and the 2014 Co-Chair), United Way Real Estate and Building Industry Breakfast
  • Congress of New Urbanism
  • International Council of Shopping Centers

Charitable and Community Activities

  • President, Rangeley Neighborhood Association
  • Coach and Volunteer, Winchester Youth Sports