• David Zucker

  • Susan Maxwell

  • Clark Atkinson

  • David Amedick

  • Jesse Rivera

  • Chris Schillinger

  • Kristie Lawrence

  • Rhonda Reinholtz

  • Tamera Greene

  • Madeline Grawey

  • Kathryn Gaylord

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David Zucker

LEED AP—Principal


David co-founded Zocalo spurred by a commitment to real estate development that balanced investment returns, community and environmental impact.

David focused on downtown redevelopment as soon as he arrived in Denver in 1990. David’s first project was the Lofts over the Wynkoop Brewery where he lived until 1995. Since the Wynkoop David established a vision for historic conversions such as the Downtown Denver and Downtown San Diego Courtyards by Marriott, both of which utilized the Historic Investment Tax Credit. In Denver, David was one of the first developers to work through, develop and sell deed-restricted, for-sale units, a program that codified in the Inclusionary Housing Ordinance. Of the four IHO projects in downtown Denver, David was responsible for developing three.

Since formation, Zocalo has quickly become among the best respected development companies in Colorado, recognized for thoughtful, innovative, well-timed and skillfully-executed projects. As such, Zocalo holds the record for two of the three highest price-per-unit and per-foot multi-family property sales in the state's history. As a LEED-Accredited Professional, David oversees all aspects of project development and management to ensure they meet project specifications, budgets and timelines. As recognition, David received the Denver Business Journal's Developer of the Year award for 2012.

David received his MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He is board chair of the State of Colorado Housing Board and is past-chair of the board of directors of community jazz station KUVO and past-co-chair of the Downtown Denver Partnership's Housing Council. David co-founded the University of Denver's Affordable Housing Conference and co-chaired the Conference's first five years.

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Susan Maxwell

CAPS -- Principal


Susan brings more than 25 years of progressive executive management and leadership experience as the creator of Zocalo’s property management operation.  Susan’s strategic role in the development process is to ensure consideration for the operational perspective into design.  Susan leads interior design, common area uses and branding and marketing for new developments.  She also acts as managing partner for operations. She is integral in the acquisition and development planning for Zocalo’s future developments, working directly with equity partners.  

Susan developed Zocalo’s property management foundation, standards of excellence and service culture through the implementation of the entrepreneurial spirit to her team.  She encompasses the communication of the organization’s brand and service mentality through community branding, strategic planning, sales and training, marketing and media relations, process improvement and implementation, online marketing and web reputation.  Employing a robust process for evaluating opportunity gaps to capitalize efficiencies, advance reputation and drive performance. 
Her balance of innovation, analytical skills, creativity and leadership have made Susan a pioneer in the operations role for the Metro Denver real estate market and gained her a place as a finalist in the prestigious Apartment Association of Metro Denver’s 2011 Tributes Awards as Most Outstanding Executive.
Susan has worked with Greystar Real Estate Partners, Riverstone Residential Group, and Lincoln Property Company overseeing new developments, identifying new management opportunities and cultivating relationships with future and existing clients.  Prior to joining Zocalo, Susan served as the Regional Vice President for Campus Advantage where she oversaw a portfolio of over 4,000 beds in a variety of markets in numerous states. 
Susan is past Secretary and Treasurer of the Apartment Association of Metro Denver.  She also holds a Certified Apartment Portfolio Supervisor (CAPS®) designation through the National Apartment Association. 




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Clark Atkinson

LEED AP - Principal, Zocalo Construction, LLC


Clark has been in the business of creating inspired places, for over 30 years, influenced by an apprenticeship with his father from a very young age, in the shop and construction field using his hands and mind.

He has led teams to win four national awards, having built over 17.5 million square feet of community, hospitality, multi-family, residential and institutional landmarks, and leading one of Colorado’s largest construction companies in numerous capacities including president, growing the company nine times in less than 15 years.

As developer and real estate investor, Clark has started and successfully managed four real estate development and operating companies, with investments in office, multifamily and hospitality developments.

Clark was an early pioneer in the sustainability movement as co-editor of a book entitled A Primer on Sustainable Building, written in 1995, led project teams on Sundeck restaurant at the top of Aspen Mountain, elevation 11,200’, to win the very first LEED certification in Colorado in 2000, and master-planning/design-building a 24-acre master planned community which was selected by NREL for a 10 year study on efficient envelope design. Clark is considered to be an expert in cold climate construction and design.

Clark received his Masters of Science from the Massachusetts Institute of technology in Boston, and his Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering from Kansas State University. He gives generously of his time and resources in the community, in volunteer and service roles, as past officer and board member of the Horizon Drive Business District, the Grand Junction Economic Partnership, the Western Colorado Council Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America, his church, national and international non-profits.

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David Amedick

PMP, LEED AP -- Vice President of Construction


David is an experienced construction & development professional who has successfully managed over 5 million square feet of construction throughout the United States.  A licensed General Contractor, David is also a LEED AP and Project Management Professional (PMP) with extensive project experience encompassing new construction as well as renovations. His work spans categories ranging from museums and multifamily to commercial, institutional and public projects.

As Vice President of Construction, David heads up Zocalo’s construction affiliate, Zocalo Construction Services (ZCS), overseeing design, construction planning and project execution.  David oversees the construction of multiple projects & assists with establishing project goals, feasibility, timing, constructability, cost, product type, product mix, team & resources required.  David is responsible for budgeting, risk mitigation, contracts, scheduling and quality control as well as leading and developing Zocalo’s construction staff and resources.  

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Jesse Rivera

Director of Accounting


As a CPA with over eight years of experience Jesse is multifaceted, handling accounting for property management, development and construction accounting. His background includes extensive third-party property management in addition to owner managed.  Jesse has had the opportunity to work on accounting for asset acquisitions and dispositions as well as owner development projects.  His experience includes full cycle accounting including financial reporting, cash analysis and management, lender reporting, budgeting, and tax compliance.

Jesse earned his Bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Texas Austin in 2005 and his CPA license in 2011.  He is currently a member of the Texas Society of CPA’s.
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Chris Schillinger

LEED AP BD+C -- Project Manager


Chris was born and raised in Colorado and enjoys contributing his construction management skills to our growing community. He has been a LEED Accredited Professional since 2007 and is currently a LEED AP BD+C.  Chris has completed five large commercial/multi-family LEED certified projects, ranging from Gold to Platinum, in the past seven years.  With this experience Chris has developed an extensive knowledge and understanding of managing LEED certified construction projects.  

Chris started his construction management career in San Diego, CA in 2007 after graduating from Colorado State University with a Bachelors of Applied Human Sciences in Construction Management.  After successfully completing a 5 story LEED Gold certified office building he moved to Las Vegas, NV to assist in completion of the City Center Las Vegas resort and Casino, which is to this day still known as the largest privately funded construction project in US history.  Soon after the completion of the City Center project Chris was relocated to the San Francisco bay area to build the Solyndra solar panel manufacturing facility and LEED Gold office building.

After spending time on the west coast, Chris decided he wanted to come back and put his stamp on the Colorado construction market.  Since his return to Colorado, Chris has completed a LEED Platinum project for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, CO along with his most recent project, Zocalo’s Cadence Union Station.  

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Kristie Lawrence

Senior Accountant


Kristie joined the Zocalo team in April 2015 as Senior Accountant.  In her role, she has responsibility over the property accounting of both owned and third-party managed assets, and is accountable for the timely completion of all monthly financial reports for Zocalo’s properties. Kristie acts as liaison to Zocalo’s principals, vendors, external auditors, equity partners and investors on day-to-day accounting matters.  She also assists in development capital budget tracking, construction contract compliance and sales & use tax preparation.

Kristie received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of California, Riverside in 1999.  She concentrated her studies in Accounting while also completing a minor in English.  After graduating Magna Cum Laude, Kristie began her career working in corporate accounting.  Over the last 16 years, she has gained valuable experience in both public and private industry, including establishing accounting practices in start-ups and growing companies.  She has vast experience in the areas of cash management, general ledger, payroll and accounting software systems.  Kristie also volunteers as bookkeeper for Immersion Workshop, an educational non-profit with programs geared towards practicing architects and architecture students.

Kristie moved to Colorado in 2003 and lives with her husband, 3-year old son, and dog.

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Rhonda Reinholtz



Rhonda Reinholtz supports operations and constructions services as part of the accounting team, responsible for accounts payable, accounts receivable and construction administration.  Rhonda has worked as a full charge Accountant on a freelance and permanent employment basis. She gained the vast experience she possesses in the Accounting Industry while working for Robert Half, an accounting job recruitment agency.

Rhonda has helped many small businesses set up their accounting systems using QuickBooks, Peachtree, Clients & Profits and many other accounting software applications. She has experience filing Sales & Use taxes for various states and cities as well as payroll Federal and State taxes.   She brings knowledge in the construction, restaurant, non-profit, corporate, and small business industries. Rhonda earned her Associates Degree in Business Administration from the Metropolitan State University of Denver, and her Accounting Certificate from Mansfield Business School.  Rhonda is currently working to complete her bachelor’s degree in Accounting at Regis University.  

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Tamera Greene

Community Director


As a property management professional for some of Denver’s largest properties, Tamera brings over 15 years of property management experience to the multifamily industry. In December 2014, she joined the Zocalo team as the Community Director for Cadence Union Station and has now moved to our new development Coda, where she is responsible for managing the daily operations.

Tamera’s strategic management skills have led her to successfully improve and turn around a number of diverse property portfolios, including distressed properties and properties involving significant renovation.  In the area of leasing, she is proud of her track record of increasing occupancy in down markets.  She has streamlined operating budgets, improved financial reporting systems, and developed and implemented new leasing practices which have resulted in improvements in net operating income. She has also led major property renovation efforts that have resulted in significant gains in customer and owner satisfaction.

As Community Director, Tamera works collaboratively with the Director of Real Estate, implementing exceptional customer service practices, team training and development, brand awareness, marketing and media relations and asset preservation efforts. Tamera leads the property business operations, authoring the annual budget, completing revenue and expense projections and monthly financial reporting to our client.

Tamera has been an active member of the community and has served on the Tributes and Education Council committees for the Apartment Association of Metro Denver.  She has also been “Manager of the year” Tributes finalist for the Apartment Association of Metro Denver for 2002, 2005, 2008, and 2015.

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Madeline Grawey

Business & Marketing Coordinator


Madeline started her career as a Leasing Professional four years ago in Chicago, IL. She was instrumental in the success of a historical urban redevelopment and was honored with Top Shop Awards for her performance.  Madeline moved to Denver in 2012 and joined the Zocalo family in May 2014.  

Since joining Zocalo, Madeline has shined, continuing to be a top performer at Zocalo's high profile communities, 2020 Lawrence and Cadence Union Station.  She was promoted to the position of Business and Marketing Coordinator where she works directly with Zocalo Principal, Susan Maxwell and the Director of Real Estate. As Business and Marketing Coordinator, Madeline influences new development branding, initial operating procedures, and on-going support of the on-site teams. Madeline graduated from College of Charleston in 2010 with a degree in Liberal Arts. 

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Kathryn Gaylord

Executive Assistant


Kathryn brings to Zocalo over 20 years of business experience supporting CEO’s and C-Suite executives.  As Executive Assistant she directly supports David Zucker, Zocalo’s President, and Susan Maxwell, Principal by assisting with the day-to-day operations, meetings, activities and follow-up.   

Before joining Zocalo, Kathryn worked for SunEdison as the Executive Assistant for the NA EPC Utility and Development group where she successfully helped managed a portfolio of over 15 utility projects.  Prior to SunEdison, Kathryn worked for companies such as the Albuquerque Museum Foundation, NAI Maestas & Ward, Eclipse Aerospace, Inc., CheckPoint Systems, Inc., and Zurich. Kathryn grew up in Chicago and spent 27 years in Minnesota. 

After spending time in Colorado during her son’s college days, she decided to make Colorado her home in 2014. Kathryn’s ingenuity, skill level and leadership make her an asset to the Zocalo team.


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