Senior Development Manager
Courtney Pash is a Senior Development Manager at BUILD, where she works on obtaining entitlements for multiple development projects throughout San Francisco.
Courtney has more than 10 years of experience in local government, public-private partnerships, infrastructure design, real estate analysis and community outreach. Prior to joining BUILD, Courtney was the acting project manager for the Transbay Redevelopment Project Area at the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII), formerly the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency. While at OCII, Ms. Pash was responsible for implementing economic development, infrastructure improvement and low- and moderate-income housing strategies. She was responsible for writing requests for proposals, running the selection process and negotiating complex real estate agreements with development teams selected to build multimillion-dollar residential and commercial buildings in downtown San Francisco. She managed more than $50 million in public streetscape and open-space design projects. Prior to OCII, Ms. Pash was a director with CBRE Consulting Inc., where she provided consulting services to public and private entities analyzing economic, fiscal and market impacts of development projects.
- Transbay Block 5Facilitated the $172.5 million land sale to construct a 550’ tall, 750,000 square foot office tower adjacent to the new Transbay Transit Center.
- Transbay Block 9Negotiated the Disposition and Development Agreement for Transbay Block 9, a 400’ tall, 536 unit residential project on Folsom Street.
- Transbay Block 8Facilitated the sale of Transbay Block 8, a 55-story, 546 unit residential building designed by OMA and Fougeron Architects
- Transbay Under-Ramp Park and Folsom Streetscape ImprovementsSecured funding for over $50 million in open space and streetscape improvements in the Transbay Redevelopment Project Area.
- Master of City Planning, University of California, Berkeley
- B.S., Business Administration (Honors), Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley