FCP's Ward Promoted to Senior Vice President; Joins Southeast Regional Team
CHEVY CHASE, MD FCPâ„ announces that Jason Ward has been promoted to Senior Vice President and will expand his current role and begin sourcing multifamily development and commercial office investments in the Carolinas, Atlanta, and Nashville. Ward has been with the company since 2011, and most recently led FCP's expansion into Florida where the firm closed six deals in the past two years. Ward will work alongside southeast regional team leaders Alex Cathcart and Bart Hurlbut as well as FCP's structured lending and development teams.
FCP Managing Partner, Alex Marshall, said, "FCP is extremely pleased to recognize Jason's leadership and expand his responsibilities to our southeast investments team, where his talent, experience and energy will add to our success in the Raleigh/Durham, Charleston, SC, Charlotte, Atlanta Metro and Nashville markets. The southeast markets have been one of FCP's most active regions and we continue to seek opportunities to deploy ready capital."
FCP's southeast investments have included 23 multifamily investments totaling 8,849 units and six commercial office investments totaling 1.2 million square feet, including:
· The Dillon, an 18-story, Class A, mixed-use development in the Raleigh Warehouse District with 220,000 square feet of office space, 270 apartment units and 52,000 square feet of retail and restaurants
· The Cigar Factory, an award-winning, mixed-use historic redevelopment in downtown Charleston, South Carolina
· Stockyards Atlanta, an adaptive mixed-use renovation of historic warehouses in West Midtown, Atlanta
· Solis Ballantyne and Solis Waverly, new developments in South Charlotte, North Carolina, with more than 570 combined units of Class A garden apartments
Prior to FCP, Ward managed a nationwide portfolio of commercial real estate debt with CapitalSource. Prior to CapitalSource, Ward worked in originations at SunTrust Bank's Commercial Real Estate D.C. region. Ward earned an MBA from Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, and a Bachelor of Science in business administration with emphasis in finance from Washington and Lee University.