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Steven W. Watson, CPM

Principal
Public-Private Partnership Project Management, Inc. (4PM),
Partner,
Community Development Partners, Inc. (CDP)

Steve has been in commercial real estate since 1984. His work has involved commercial and residential properties. Commercial properties have included, office portfolios of 1,000,000 square feet, retail portfolios of 1,200,000 square feet, and industrial buildings. Geographically these properties were in market areas from Clifton, New Jersey to Dallas, Texas. His background with institutional clients includes such companies as DRA Advisors in New York, PMRA of California and ITOCHU of Japan. Project experience involves working with governmental departments on zoning issues, coordinating multiple engineering disciplines, management and sourcing of construction elements and adherence of project time lines.

Concentrated experience has been utilized in the areas of project development (values from $5 to $20 million), space design, interior finish, lease negotiations, service contract negotiations, and meeting partnership operating objectives. The work includes supervision and collaboration with architects, engineers, general contractors and others disciplines in the development arena and developing and implementation of project budgets and variances.

Career positions have moved Steve from a local property manager in North Carolina, thru Regional Vice President with Hanson PLC, to the formation of and partnership management of Commercial Assets Group in 1996. The experience has covered properties in most of the eastern United States. Steve is also a licensed real estate broker in the State of Georgia and has held the Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management since 1986.

Steve earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has served as a board member for Henry Council for Quality Growth, Greater Henry Educational Foundation, volunteers with hospice and has worked with numerous community organizations.

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