January 3, 2022 10:30 AM
Newmark is pleased to announce that Courtney Crowder is joining Newmark as Managing Director in the firm’s Multifamily Capital Markets group. Crowder, who is rejoining Newmark’s Denver office, will lead institutional multifamily investment sales in Colorado. Crowder will have the support of Vice Chairman and Head of Multifamily Investment Sales Blake Okland, Senior Transaction Manager Amanda Meldrum and Transaction Manager Craig Ratterman, who operate Newmark’s Multifamily Strategic Transactions group from the Denver office
“We continue to bolster our multifamily platform in Colorado with talented and entrepreneurial subject matter experts, like Courtney. Bringing impressive market knowledge and a wealth of experience, Courtney is a welcome addition to Newmark and we are thrilled to have her back on the Denver team,” said Okland.
In her new role, Crowder will be responsible for the marketing and sale of multifamily assets across Colorado. She brings to Newmark over 13 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, with over a decade specializing in multifamily properties. Over the course of her career, Crowder has transacted over 27,000 multifamily units totaling nearly $5 billion.
Prior to re-joining Newmark, Crowder served as Managing Director of Investments for Grand Peaks Properties, Inc., a Denver-based multifamily owner, operator and developer. In her role, Crowder was responsible for sourcing equity relationships, capitalizing investments across the platform and overseeing company-wide transaction management. Previously, Crowder worked in Newmark’s Denver office from 2017 to 2018 and was directly involved in the sale of over 9,000 apartment units totaling $2.4 billion. Her previous employment also included time with Redwood Capital Group and LaSalle Investment Management, both based in Chicago.
“The opportunity to lead the team at Newmark and build our institutional multifamily business is incredibly exciting,” said Crowder. “I look forward to leveraging existing relationships and building new ones as we grow the multifamily platform in Colorado.”
Crowder holds an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder Leeds School of Business.
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