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Property Manager

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Legal Staff

Years of Experience

Min 1 yrs required


Denver, CO

Date Last Verified

Mar 15,2018

Posted on

Jan 19,2018
Practice Area
Real Estate >> Real Estate
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Property Manager The candidate will be managing eminent domain procedures (Condemnations). Will be negotiating Easements/Licenses. Managing Regional Excess Property. Proactive Site Enhancements. Non-monetary Defaults. Resolving CAM Disputes. Tenancy Enforcement. Leasing and Land Rights protection. Leasing review. McPOP Meetings. Coordination of Jobber Approval Process (existing stores). Traditional Store Closing support (LL issues,walk through). Working closely with Regional Development Teams, Legal Department Attorneys, Property Administration, Finance, REF Accounting, Asset Managers, Franchisees, landlords and governmental authorities on defaults, CAM questions, property tax, tenant/landlord inquiries and disputes, easements, condemnations, litigation, and violations. Building and maintaining relationships and dialogue with the region's operators, landlords, and governmental authorities. Representing firm by participating in professional facilities management organizations and attending public hearings. Conducting regular communication with Regional Restaurant Development Management including Development Director, Regional Construction Manager, and Regional Real Estate Manager to maintain alignment with the regional plan and to participate in the Regional planning process. Analyzing the financial implications of issues and make appropriate recommendations to regional management. Capitalizing on profit opportunities and minimize losses in the management of regional excess property. Working closely with the regional and corporate teams to enhance restaurant profitability (e.g. easements; programs to enhance visibility, access, signage, enforcing property rights). Problem Solving and Innovation. Consulting with the Coordinators, Franchisees, Construction Managers, Real Estate Managers and Operations regarding issues related to maintaining the property by coordinating internal and external resources. Meeting with Landlord and resolve issues such as common area improvements - primarily asphalt failures/maintenance (including assessment of responsibility and referrals for securing estimates). Conduct on-site inspections of problems. Maintaining a list of approved service providers on the Region/Division web site which the Franchisee can use for repairs and maintenance. Working with Legal Department Attorneys, governmental authorities, Area Construction Managers, and outside consultants for the following matters related to condemnations: a) estimating value of improvements taken and cost to restore (e.g. curbing, asphalt, outdoor playlands, sign relocation, landscaping); b) complying with municipality w/code; c) negotiating compensation from condemning authority; d) preparation of condemnation impact reports; e) revising and executing legal documents. Working with Finance Directors and Legal to initiate Legal notice and default for past due accounts receivable for Tenant properties. Prepare and disseminate project tracking reports to the regions and management. Working with Region with traditional store closing processes and transitioning the property Landlords or disposition. Must have Four year college degree in a business-related discipline preferred. Additional diversified real estate, construction, and financial courses desirable. Property management, paralegal or title company background with real estate or construction experience would be a plus. Commercial real estate experience, including position(s) requiring extensive analysis and direct negotiations recommended. Retail sector and facilities experience is desired. Should have proficiency in lease/contract analysis and negotiation; working knowledge of governmental processes such as permitting, zoning, special use, licensing, and condemnations; competency in use of surveys, site plans, and building plans; understanding of RE tax abatements; ability to manage the outsourcing of facilities and property maintenance and excess property, superior communication skills (written and verbal).

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Requisition Number: 5795BR.

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Hiring Coordinator
2111 McDonalds Dr
Oak Brook, IL 60523

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