As a partner at LCP Development, Tim Schlichting participates in formulating the vision and investment strategy for LCP’s development/redevelopment projects, manages the underwriting and financial modeling, and helps form the optimal capital stack with LCP’s equity investors and lenders. In collaboration with the other partners at LCP Development, he also oversees the project delivery including coordination of the design team, builder and other consultants.
Tim’s 18-year real estate career has involved investment and development in multiple product types ranging from mixed-use infill to commercial to healthcare properties. Prior to LCP Development, Tim was President of the Mountain Region for Cogdell Spencer Erdman, a vertically-integrated healthcare real estate company where he was responsible for the profitability of an 11-state region and for growing its investment and development portfolio. Before that, Tim was Managing Director with NexCore Group where he led the development of a mixed-use project in Colorado that included ground-level retail, office, luxury condominiums, and underground parking. Prior to NexCore, Tim was the regional acquisitions officer for Lowe Enterprises, a national real estate investment, development and management company, where he directed investments in commercial real estate in the middle U.S. including the firm’s entry into the Chicago market. Tim started his real estate career as an associate with Walton Street Capital, a large real estate opportunity fund based in Chicago, where he was responsible for sourcing, underwriting, and negotiating acquisitions and development joint ventures in various property sectors and markets nationally. He started his professional career as an environmental engineer assessing and remediating contaminated properties.
Tim currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Colorado Chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties. He lives in the Denver area with his wife and five children.
Education: Stanford University Graduate School of Business, MBA; University of California at Berkeley, M.S. in Environmental Engineering; University of Illinois, B.S. in Civil Engineering.