We are searching for a talented Development Intern to be based out of our regional office in San Francisco. Forest City Realty Trust, LLC, is a NYSE-listed national real estate company engaged in commercial and residential real estate throughout the United States. This will be a paid internship.
The San Francisco office is responsible for development of two major projects in San Francisco – Pier 70 and 5M. The Pier 70 project was entitled in 2017 and broke ground in May 2018. The project is a mixed-use, master-planned development to be built over three phases on a site of approximately 28-acres. The project includes commercial office, residential (affordable and market-rate; for-sale and rental), neighborhood retail, local manufacturing, PDR, and space for the arts, in addition to an entirely new infrastructure and open space system.
As a Forest City intern, you will enjoy a work experience exposing you to diverse work teams and their unique processes. While performing as a valued member of a Forest City team, you will have ample opportunities to learn from experts, and gain valuable hands-on experience.
This Forest City internship will have a scope of work focused on the Pier 70 project, managed by the project’s Development Director. The scope of work will be focused on three primary areas of project planning: transportation, project positioning, and retail. The transportation work is intended to further the project team’s understanding of the transportation landscape in San Francisco and beyond. The project positioning work will entail crafting an overall project narrative and approach for the Pier 70 district, and considering how that overall brand will translate into the physical realm as well as individual building brands. And finally, the retail strategy scope of work will involve considering the full master-planned project and putting together a comprehensive retail vision and strategy. A representative example of the types of tasks includes:
To be considered for inclusion in the Forest City internship program, you must currently be enrolled as a student in a public or accredited private academic institution, or have graduated within the past seven months. This internship is intended to be full-time for a minimum of 10 weeks. Part-time interns will be considered, though full-time is preferred. This will be a paid internship.
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