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Loretto Heights Community Monthly Meeting
Dec 29, 2020 06:00 PM
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Speakers

Mark Witkiewicz
Principal @Westside Investment
Mr. Witkiewicz partnered with Westside Investment Partners in 2018. Formally educated in engineering, he utilizes his expertise in both the development and the construction side of real estate development, public and private financing, investor relationships, and community engagement. Mark provides strategic direction, creating and executing business development plans for all types of commercial real estate investment and development opportunities. In Mark’s 25-year career, his ground-up development experience totals more than $500M. A few of his notable projects include: the Dairy Block in Denver, a $200M mixed-use development, the ART, a hotel in Downtown Denver, and the Hyatt Hotel and Conference Center at Fitzsimons Village in Aurora, Colorado. Mark has previously worked for McWhinney Real Estate Company as a Senior Vice President, Corporex Colorado, LLC as Managing Director, and Silverman Development as Senior Vice President, where he cultivated his real estate development skills
Marcus Pachner
CO-Founder @The Pachner Company
Marcus brings his unique understanding of the nuances of partnering with local governments from his many years working for Denver City Council. It was his time serving as Council Aide that Marcus first realized the need for need for a community-oriented approach to land use approvals. After leaving Council he became the president of his registered neighborhood organization and worked with developers in and around his neighborhood to garner support and forge agreements to mediate community impacts. He then began to work more and more closely with development clients bringing this organic, neighborhood based outreach into his practice. While representing Shea Properties on the redevelopment of 9th & Colorado (the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center), Marcus was an advocate for the neighbors providing a voice of the community, and for the development plans. He participated in over 300 community meetings on this project alone. Inherent in the value of bringing voices