Art’s Influence on Authentic and Sustainable Communities with Erik Hagevik

Dot Dot Dot: The NINE dot ARTS Podcast
Episode 65

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In today’s challenging economic landscape and competitive real estate environment, delivering distinct, high-quality projects is no small feat. Just ask Erik Hagevik, Principal and Denver Market Leader for Trammell Crow Company. As an experienced real estate professional who has successfully sourced-to-closed multiple complex investments across many product types, Erik shares his perspective on today’s industry challenges and trends, emphasizing the value of collaboration, trustworthy partnerships, and knowledgeable specialists to bring project goals to life and create something truly one-of-a-kind. He and host Martha McGee also discuss ESG initiatives and the power of art and culture to promote environmental, social, and governance goals. Lastly, they explore the state of the multifamily sector, discussing how to assess locations for new communities and achieve affordability and authenticity.

Discussed in the Episode: 
Trammell Crow Company
Art at Denver Water
Arvada Olde Town Development
Denver Housing Authority
RiNo Public Art
Erik Hagevik on LinkedIn

About Erik Hagevik:
Erik Hagevik first joined Trammell Crow Company in 2019 to expand the firm’s residential development under the High Street Residential (HSR) brand in the Denver market. He now serves as Market Leader and Principal for TCC’s Denver office, where he is responsible for daily operations and the strategic oversight of new development and investment activity throughout Colorado, as well as TCC’s expansion into Utah. He manages due diligence/assessments, entitlement of site approvals, purchase and sale/lease agreements, arrangement of financing, permitting, and construction processes. He has experience in reporting to senior management and  presenting to Institutional and private equity/debt partners based in the United States and Europe. Erik’s extensive industry experience spans multiple product types such as land, apartments, and mixed-use properties, including the construction/redevelopment of more than 19,000 apartment units valued at over $3 billion. Erik’s knowledge spans multiple types of multifamily designs, providing increased value for each specific real estate development opportunity.

About Dot Dot Dot: The NINE dot ARTS Podcast
Dot Dot Dot is the continuing conversation around art and placemaking in the built environment. Hosted by NINE dot ARTS CEO Martha McGee, episodes explore art, culture, community, and more with a range of reputable business leaders. Tune in biweekly to learn how an original art experience can boost your business and make a social impact. Episodes are available wherever you get your podcasts!