General Manager, Seattle Central Business District
"Relationships are the key to providing superior customer service. Employees, vendors, partners…when we make URG the best place to work and the best company with which to do business, our service levels improve across the board."
At Urban Renaissance Group (URG), Rebecca is responsible for the overall strategic direction for a 750,000 square foot Class A office portfolio consisting of 5 buildings in Seattle, Washington and 3 buildings in Denver, Colorado. In her role as General Manager, she leads a team of dedicated property management professionals to ensure optimum asset performance. She provides leadership and direction by creating and implementing effective strategies targeted toward providing the highest quality of service for clients and tenants. She diligently serves her clients by directing financial operations, which include generating annual budgets for revenue and operating expenses, preparing monthly management reports and financial reforecasts.
Prior to joining URG, Rebecca served as General Manager at Cushman & Wakefield/Commerce, where she provided leadership and guidance for the Puget Sound region property management teams responsible for direct operations of approximately 800,000 sf of office space for tenants that included TMobile, Google, and Getty Images for institutional owners like Prudential and Washington Capital Partners.
Rebecca also gained industry knowledge as a Property Manager with Unico Properties, where she was responsible for the management of 1.2 million square feet of Class A office space in downtown Seattle for the University of Washington. She then served as a portfolio manager for approximately one million square feet of office space in Bellevue. Rebecca began her real estate career in residential development with Intracorp, where she rapidly rose to the role of Project Manager, overseeing the development, construction and sales of a 450-unit townhome project in Redmond.
Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Development from the University of California, Davis and the Real Property Administrator (RPA) designation from the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International.