Job Title:  Commercial Property Manager  FTE:  Full Time, 37.5 hrs/wk
Reports to:  Associate Director of Assets  FLSA Designation:  Exempt – Salary


The Property Manager is responsible for managing commercial buildings and tenant relationships in a portfolio of  assets across the Denver Metro area. The Property Manager supports Urban Land Conservancy’s (ULC) mission by  maximizing benefits to nonprofit tenants, the community, and under-served populations. 


The Property Manager is expected to be an integral part of ULC’s Assets team, but also to work independently to  manage a portfolio of buildings. The role performs a wide range of duties, including, but not limited to: 

Lease Management  

  • Market, show, and lease up vacancies, either with ULC staff or in collaboration with leasing  agents/companies 
  • Strive to identify prospective tenants that share ULC values and the culture of the other tenants in a  building 
  • Negotiate and execute mutually beneficial lease terms with prospective tenants 
  • Provide ongoing management of leases, prepare monthly billing statements, including CAM, utilities, and  other bill-backs 
  • Negotiate and manage the lease renewal process 
  • Act as liaison between tenants and ULC accounting department for billing issues/questions or disputes Monitor aging reports, work with tenants to resolve arrearages 
  • Work with the Director of Property Assets to identify and resolve instances of lease violations Enter leases, renewals, and terminations in property management software 

Tenant Management 

  • Initiate, develop, and maintain effective relationships with tenants 
  • Obtain, review, and approve tenant applications to verify ability to pay rent, nonprofit standing, and  potential impact on other tenants and building use. 
  • Ensure communication with tenants is clear, consistent, and culturally appropriate to the populations  served 
  • Onboard new tenants, ensuring that tenants understand and follow building rules, emergency protocols,  security procedures, maintenance request procedures, and online portal registration  
  • Liaise between tenants and ULC maintenance staff and/or vendors regarding building repairs and  maintenance operations 
  • Collect and maintain tenants’ certificates of insurance, business licenses, zoning documents, etc. 

Property Management 

  • Maintain accurate marketing materials and records of building characteristics including current photos,  rentable square feet, unit configurations, key schedules, etc. 
  • Develop and maintain policy and procedure manuals for each building, including access/security policies,  emergency response plans, conference room scheduling, etc. 
  • In collaboration with the facilities team, identify maintenance and capital improvement needs for each  building 
  • In collaboration with the Assets and Facilities teams, coordinate tenant improvement projects and  maintain vendor relationships 
  • Identify and communicate any potential risks or increased liability to ULC’s assets to the Director of  Property Assets 
  • Identify and implement strategies to increase net operating income in each building 
  • Model and monitor building cash flow on an ongoing basis to meet ULC goals

Assets Team Participation 

  • Support other property managers, assets team members, or other ULC staff as requested Coordinate with third-party property managers, brokers, agents, owners’ associations, and community  groups 
  • Support the due diligence process on potential new ULC acquisitions and dispositions 
  • Collaborate with other ULC departments on tasks such as grant applications, reporting, marketing,  internal/external events, etc. 
  • Participate in the annual property budgeting process 
  • Provide periodic reports to management and/or board of directors regarding property performance Collaborate with the Assets Team to ensure operations meet legal compliance 


A successful candidate will, at a minimum possess the following: 

  • Advanced knowledge of commercial real estate leasing practices and terminology 
  • Intermediate knowledge of the Denver-Metro area commercial real estate market 
  • Intermediate knowledge of various commercial building types and operations including office/mixed-use,  educational, warehouse/light industrial 
  • Intermediate knowledge of the local nonprofit environment 
  • Advanced skill in problem solving, analytics, and time management 
  • Advanced skill in interpreting and analyzing contracts and leases 
  • Advanced skill in multi-tasking and managing multiple properties/tasks at once 
  • Advanced communication skills in multiple settings and with cultural competency 
  • Advanced interpersonal skills and ability to present oneself professionally 
  • Intermediate skill with basic office software packages, including Microsoft Office, Yardi, and Google  products 
  • Intermediate skill in budget forecasting, financial modeling, planning, project management Advanced ability to be flexible and adapt to changing priorities 
  • Advanced ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions 
  • Advanced ability to work both independently and as part of a team 
  • Advanced ability to maintain client and organizational confidentiality 
  • Ability to be insured by ULC’s insurance policy to operate a vehicle for company business Alignment with ULC values concerning the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion and ULC’s  commitment to maintain an anti-racist workplace 
  • Alignment with ULC values concerning the importance of environmental stewardship and sustainability Alignment with ULC values concerning the importance of protecting public health 


This position may require: 

  • Frequently required to be in a stationary position during scheduled work hours 
  • Frequently required to stand 
  • Frequently required to walk 
  • Occasionally required to lift/push/carry items up to 25 pounds 
  • Occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions (non-weather) 
  • Occasionally work near moving mechanical parts 
  • Occasionally work around fumes, airborne particles, or toxic chemicals 
  • Occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions



A combination of education and experience may be considered 


  • High school diploma or equivalent required 
  • Bachelor’s degree in real estate, business administration, or related field preferred 


  • Three years of property or asset management experience, including experience drafting and managing  commercial leases is required 
  • Experience with commercial office, mixed-use, retail, light industrial, or similar real estate is preferred Familiarity and proficiency with Yardi Property Management software is preferred 
  • Real estate or property management certifications up to and including a real estate license is preferred Community development, organizing, nonprofit, social justice, or social enterprise experience is preferred 


  • Must pass a background check 
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and be insurable 
  • Must be punctual, reliable, and demonstrate a good work ethic 


  • Salary range is $60,000-$80,000 per year, with the intent of a starting salary in the lower end of this range 37.5-hour work week with options for alternative work schedules 
  • Bi-weekly pay 
  • Additional Benefits: 

o Health Insurance – two plans available, with employee contribution 

o Dental and Vision insurance, 100% paid by employer 

o Life, AD&D, Short- and Long-term disability insurance 

o 401(k) after six months; 7% employer contribution (no match required) 

o PTO 

o Nine paid holidays 


Please send a cover letter, resume, and recent employment references to This  posting will be open until filled. 

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of  this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or physical  requirements. Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties  and responsibilities to this job at any time. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable  individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

Equal Opportunity Employer: 

At Urban Land Conservancy, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal  employment opportunities are available to all applicants and staff without regard to race, color, religion, sex,  pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), national origin, age, physical and mental  disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information (including  characteristics and testing), military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law.  Urban Land Conservancy believes that diversity and inclusion among our team is critical to our success, and all  employees share in the responsibility for fulfilling our commitment to equal employment opportunity.