Donald G. Provost is the founding principal of Alberta Development Partners, LLC. Mr. Provost has more than 19 years of real estate experience with his efforts focused on retail, mixed-use land development and master-planned communities. Mr. Provost leads the team on the execution of current projects and the creation of new opportunities. He focuses primarily on capital formation, entitlements, anchor tenant leasing, acquisition and disposition, and financial and market analysis for real estate investments. He has secured debt and equity financing from both institutional and private equity sources for retail, office and land development transactions.
Mr. Provost is actively involved in the International Council of Shopping Centers where he serves as Western Division Vice President and Trustee, as well as the Urban Land Institute and the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties.
As President and CFO, Craig A. Poulter is responsible for maintaining Alberta Development Partners’ relationships with its debt and equity partners, as well as overseeing the operations and financial structure of the real estate development company and its transactions. He is also an integral part of the continued growth and diversification of the company’s overall business.
Prior to joining Alberta Development Partners, Poulter held a variety of executive positions at several Denver-area banks and most recently led the development efforts for a non-profit organization focused on eliminating poverty in northeast Denver. At various times over the course of his 30-year career, he and his team were responsible for originating upwards of $1 billion annually in financing commitments and Poulter managed all aspects of marketing, negotiating, underwriting and financial reporting.
Among other organizations, Craig has been actively involved with the University of Colorado Real Estate Center, previously serving as committee chair and board member, and National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, previously serving as president and board member of the Colorado chapter.
Bryan C. McFarland is a Principal in charge of development for Alberta Development Partners, LLC, and brings more than 30 years of development and construction experience to the firm. His current responsibilities include providing underwriting support for all acquisitions and new development in the company‘s development pipeline, along with overall responsibility for all entitlements, due diligence, pro-forma development, design, construction and tenant coordination. He has recently overseen several redevelopment projects including Foothills in Fort Collins, Colorado, Simi Valley Town Center in Simi Valley, California, and the Maui Mall in Kahului, Hawaii as well as development of a ground up hybrid power and entertainment, The Promenade at Downey in Downey, California, and a mixed use development in Tempe, Arizona totaling 2.2 million SF.
During the course of his career, Mr. McFarland has developed more than 11 million square feet of retail, office and commercial space. Completed Alberta Development projects include Southlands, The Streets at SouthGlenn, Cornerstar, the Promenade at Denver West and Whole Foods Market at The Shops at Highland Village, totaling 3.8 million square feet. Prior to joining Alberta, he was vice president of Capital Services for The Mills Corporation, where he was responsible for managing design and construction at four super-regional value-oriented shopping centers including Arizona Mills, The Block at Orange in California, Katy Mills in Texas and Colorado Mills, comprising 5.2 million square feet of retail. Prior to his tenure with Mills, he served as project manager for Hapsmith Development on the 1.2 million square foot super regional “SuperMall of the Great Northwest” in Seattle. Additionally, Mr. McFarland oversaw design and construction of one million square feet of hospital, medical office, retail and tourism-related development projects in Alaska. Mr. McFarland is a native of Palmer, Alaska, and received a degree in construction management from California State University, Chico. He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, where he served on the Centerbuild Program Committee.
During the course of his career, Mr. McFarland has developed more than 11 million square feet of retail, office and commercial space. Completed Alberta Development projects include Southlands, The Streets at SouthGlenn, Cornerstar, the Promenade at Denver West and Whole Foods Market at The Shops at Highland Village, totaling 3.8 million square feet. Prior to joining Alberta, he was vice president of Capital Services for The Mills Corporation, where he was responsible for managing design and construction at four super-regional value-oriented shopping centers including Arizona Mills, The Block at Orange in California, Katy Mills in Texas and Colorado Mills, comprising 5.2 million square feet of retail. Prior to his tenure with Mills, he served as project manager for Hapsmith Development on the 1.2 million square foot super regional “SuperMall of the Great Northwest” in Seattle. Additionally, Mr. McFarland oversaw design and construction of one million square feet of hospital, medical office, retail and tourism-related development projects in Alaska.
Mr. McFarland is a native of Palmer, Alaska, and received a degree in construction management from California State University, Chico. He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, where he served on the Centerbuild Program Committee.
As Senior Asset Manager, Keri oversees asset and property management including marketing for Alberta Development’s more than 2.6 million square feet of assets. These mixed-use properties, which feature lifestyle retail, residential and office components, are located within the Western U.S. Keri is also instrumental in conducting acquisition and disposition due diligence for the company.
Keri brings extensive property management and real estate experience to her role at Alberta Development. Before joining the company in 2010, Keri worked as the Director of Property Management for Hamilton-Titan Partners, LLC. Prior to that, she served as Senior Real Estate Manager with the oversight of more than 2 million square feet of office and retail assets in the Denver Metro area with DTC Management, LLC the management group of The Denver Tech Center. Her responsibilities included overseeing third party fee management, supervising a staff of property managers, maintenance and administrative personnel, preparation and execution of annual budgets, CAM estimates and reconciliations, environmental and life safety audits, risk management, and monthly reporting. She assisted with tenant improvement and capital improvement coordination and transitioned from core and shell through occupancy and stabilization.
Peter M. Cudlip was a Founding Principal of Alberta Development Partners, LLC and has rejoined the firm as a Principal after six years of running his own development firm, Pointe Properties, LLC. He brings more than 35 years of real estate experience, including development of office, retail, industrial, land development and property management. His current responsibilities include the overall development and oversight of The Promenade at Castle Rock project, a 1,000,000 square foot regional retail shopping center, as well as other Alberta projects.
Prior to joining Alberta Development Partners, LLC, he was the Vice President of Development for fourteen years at Chandelle Properties, Inc., a local Denver commercial real estate development company. At Chandelle he was the principal in charge of all development projects and property management. During his fourteen years at Chandelle, he was involved in over 1,400,000 square feet of retail projects. He developed for tenants such as King Soopers, Safeway, Albertson's, Cub Foods, KMART, Toys “R” Us, REI, Computer City, and Best Buy with a market value of over $100 million. Also during this period of time, he was involved in several multi-tenant and single tenant office buildings, totaling over 850,000 square feet of space with a market value of over $75 million. Tenants included Lockheed Martin, U.S. West, IBM, Janus Funds, and Allstate Insurance. In addition, Mr. Cudlip was directly responsible for the development of 500,000 square feet of industrial property with a value in excess of $25 million. Additionally, it was his responsibility to oversee all property management and marketing for the above referenced projects.
Scott N. Hall is the principal of leasing for Alberta Development Partners, LLC and leads the Alberta team’s focus on retail leasing of its projects.
Prior to joining Alberta Development Partners Mr. Hall has had more than 20 years of experience in the real estate industry in multiple roles including new site selection, development, acquisitions and dispositions. Most recently he served as the Leasing Director for DDR Corporation and was responsible for leasing 30 separate retail projects totaling over 10 millions square feet in Colorado, California, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, Missouri and Kansas. At DDR he leased a number of large power centers such as Ahwatukee Foothills Towne Center, Tucson Spectrum and Merriam Town Center. Additionally he was responsible for the leasing of several lifestyle centers including Aspen Grove, Paseo Colorado and the outlet conversion of The Pike at Long Beach. In Mr. Hall's 14 years working in the movie theater industry for United Artists Theatres, Regal Cinemas and Hollywood Theaters he handled acquisitions, dispositions and new theater development for all three of the operators. As Senior Vice President of Real Estate and Development for Hollywood, he was responsible for new theater development and successfully built theaters throughout the country and helped define the latest entertainment industry innovations and designs.
Scott is an active member of ICSC and a past State Retail Chair for Colorado.
Greg Cuda is a Principal of Leasing for Alberta Development Partners, LLC and is a leader focused on acquiring, dispositioning, merchandising, and leasing of its projects. Formerly a Senior Director of Leasing for Glimcher Realty Trust, Greg brings over 10 years of experience in commercial real estate to this position, where he has managed retail and office leasing efforts for more than 6 million square feet throughout the Glimcher Portfolio. Comprised in this square footage were large scale Regional Shopping Centers including Pearlridge Center, Honolulu, HI, and Lloyd Center, Portland, OR; he also spearheaded efforts on smaller upscale Lifestyle Centers like Town Center Plaza and Town Center Crossing in Leawood, KS. Greg has also been the point contact for key joint venture assets throughout his career including work with Blackstone and Oxford Property Group out of Canada. He is currently spearheading leasing efforts on a $300 million+ Shopping Center redevelopment called Foothills in Ft. Collins, CO. In conjunction with his continuous work on Foothills, he utilizes the vast retail relationships he has built up over the years to bring together leasing opportunities throughout the entire Alberta portfolio. Greg graduated from The Ohio State University and is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) where he obtained his CLS (Certified Leasing Specialist) credential.
Mike Bannon is the Development Manager for Alberta Development Partners, LLC, in charge of the oversight of a 25-acre mixed use transit oriented development. Prior to joining Alberta Development Partners, Mr. Bannon was a Development Manager at The HYM Investment Group, LLC (HYM), a Boston based commercial real estate development company. At HYM, he contributed to the underwriting and due diligence of new development projects, as well as the co-management of various projects. One such development was Boston Landing, a 15-acre, 2 million square foot urban, mixed-use development of oce, multifamily, hotel, retail and various sports uses. Mr. Bannon was dedicated to the development, financing and leasing of a 230,000 rentable square foot Class A office building and a 55,000 square foot practice facility for the Boston Bruins, as well as the design, permitting and financing of a 17-story, 295-unit luxury apartment building. Preceding HYM, Mr. Bannon worked at AEW Capital Management in Boston where he managed 4.4 million square feet of core and value-add oce, retail and industrial properties with a combined market value of $930 million in various U.S. markets. Mr. Bannon began his career at Cresa in Boston where he worked as a commercial real estate advisor specializing in tenant representation. Mr. Bannon graduated with an MBA and a concentration in real estate finance from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. He received a Bachelor of Science in Management and Business from Skidmore College.
Luke McFetridge is the Senior Acquisitions and Development manager for Alberta Development Partners, LLC in charge of sourcing new acquisition and development opportunities. Prior to joining Alberta Development Partners, Mr. McFetridge was the Regional Manager for NewMark Merrill Mountain States. He supported the growth of the Mountain States division of NewMark Merrill Companies helping to grow the division from 300,000sf to more than 2,000,000sf. Mr. McFetridge also assisted NewMark Merrill complete their largest project to date in the redevelopment of the former Twin Peaks Mall into the revitalized Village at the Peaks, a 500,000sf lifestyle center. Mr. McFetridge began his career as the General Manager for The Human Bean Drive-Thru, a drive-thru coffee franchise. Mr. McFetridge started with The Human Bean in 2004 and helped with the ground up development of the Oregon-based franchise in Colorado. Mr. McFetridge oversaw the financial, operations, marketing, human resource, and information technology divisions of the company and assisted with growing the startup company to over 35 employees and 6 locations in just over 3 years. He is a Colorado native who received a bachelor's and graduate degree in Accounting from Colorado State University. Mr. McFetridge currently serves on the board of the Rocky Mountain Shopping Center Association, ICSC Alliance, served as the Co-Chair of the ICSC Rocky Mountain Idea Exchange and the President of the South Fort Collins Business Association. He is also an active member in NAIOP and ULI.
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