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Development Partner, North Carolina


Charlotte, NC or Raleigh, NC

Company Description:

Our client is a real estate investment and development company based in Charleston, SC focused on acquiring and developing multifamily properties in the Southeast.  Our client is approaching $2 Billion in total capitalization of multifamily acquisitions/development, representing approximately 12,000 apartment units across the Southeast and Texas. With 25 professionals serving the investment/development platforms, our client has built a well-respected organization over the last ten years that is continuing to grow and expand across the region.

Position Description:

The Development Partner will be responsible for managing and directing all multifamily development functions and growing the platform by bringing best practices and procedures to the company. This position, and the team they will build, will be responsible for land acquisition, site feasibility, project entitlement, project financing, development, construction, asset management, and disposition of all projects in North Carolina. This position will be based in North Carolina with occasional travel to Charleston, SC and Atlanta, GA.


  • Identify, pursue, and negotiate potential land development opportunities in North Carolina
  • Conduct site investigations, financial feasibility, project budgeting, and meetings
  • Work in tandem with the internal capital markets team in underwriting and financing deals
  • Manage project cash requirements and expenditures, project budgets, and schedules
  • Assist asset management team by working to maximize property value and position property for sale
  • Cultivate relationships with landowners, brokers, and financial sources
  • Monitor development and construction processes to ensure projects are completed as scheduled
  • Interview, hire, train and supervise team


  • Knowledge of the markets as well as an established network in North Carolina
  • Extensive experience with development projects from start to finish
  • Land acquisition experience is critical
  • Strong negotiating skills
  • Down to earth and hands on approach
  • Proactive and team-oriented style
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent is required, graduate degree preferred

To learn more about this position, contact: Margie Arcangelo | (239) 362-1335 |