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Project Manager

Michael Page – New York, NY



Real Estate



Salary : $50000 - $100000  / YEAR

Description The Development Project Manager will: Manage broad aspects of the Development process for projects in NYC inclusive of land acquisition, planning and design, securing entitlement/zoning approvals, project due diligence and scheduling, RFP client management, project budgeting/underwriting and project reporting Lead Real Estate Development project, including coordination with Design Architects, Filing Architect, General Contractor, Engineers, Consultants, & Marketing teams Set up and ensure Development schedule, report monthly on Project status, and as administrative role for development personnel on the projects Research, target, and assist in acquisition of assets Develop and monitor project schedules and milestones from Design Development to Construction Document phases Manage Project due diligence process for land acquisition and development Responsible for preparing design, development and financial solutions for projects Assist in creating and maintaining detailed development budgets and cash flow projections (GMP and/ or Lump Sum budgets) Oversee project funding and disbursement requirements. Track bank requisitions and payments. Generate leads. Establish and maintain business relationships. Understand and keep up with current market trends and property sales forecast Negotiate with neighbors for license access agreements, adjacent property protection, and easement agreements. Understand legal rights of Developers and adjacent property owners.

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