Lee Ferguson

Senior Vice President

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1225 17th Street
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Denver, CO 80202

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Lee Ferguson serves as Senior Vice President in the Denver office of TCC. Lee focuses on sourcing and executing new office and mixed-use development and investment opportunities, along with multifamily opportunities for High Street Residential, TCC’s residential subsidiary, within the Greater Denver and Salt Lake City markets. Combining a background in both business and architecture, Lee is responsible for identifying new development and investment opportunities and plays a key role in the pursuit, analysis and predevelopment of ground-up development throughout Colorado and Utah.

Within the Denver office, Lee led the Denver Water Operations Complex redevelopment, where he was responsible for managing principal aspects of design, construction and specialty requirements of industrial and office development, amenities, and site infrastructure. In addition to sourcing new opportunities, he is currently engaged in the development of Central Park Station and the Residences at Olde Town Station. Prior to joining the Denver team, Lee worked in the TCC Houston office, focusing on the development of the TechnipFMC Campus at Generation Park where he was responsible for managing all aspects of design, construction and specialty requirements of office development, amenities and infrastructure portions of the campus.

During his 17+ year career, Lee has had the opportunity to develop a variety of projects with success at leading and managing all aspects of a development including pursuit and predevelopment, entitlements, design, bidding, negotiation, permitting, construction, stabilization, and disposition. He brings diverse business, management and development experience with a track record that has consistently steered projects through the development process on-time and under-budget. Lee holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Texas Tech University.