City of Madison – Real Estate Services Manager & Development Manager
The Economic Development Division is looking to hire a Real Estate Development Manager and a Real Estate Services Manager to fulfill their mission of serving a successful City by supporting its residents, businesses, and property owners; and, by managing its real estate assets and transactions in a responsible manner. These managerial positions will lead their respective offices in overseeing real estate assets and transactions and play key roles in the success of some of the community’s most visible projects.
- The Real Estate Development office manages City-led real estate development projects, often in partnership with the private sector. Recent examples include the redevelopment of the State Street Campus Parking Garage and the development of a new mixed-use affordable housing/grocery store project. This office also manages the City’s Tax Increment Finance (TIF) Program and Land Banking Program. Staff in this office are responsible for negotiating the purchase/sale of property and the investment public funds into real estate projects.
- The Real Estate Services office manages the City’s real estate portfolio with an emphasis on real estate needs of the City and privately-led development projects. Staff in this office purchase property and easements needed for City projects (road construction, stormwater, parks, and City buildings) including through eminent domain, manage encroachment agreements/easements/licenses for private use of City property, and lease property needed by other City Departments.