Craig works closely with Eric Schiela on numerous asset management activities, including the coordination of operating plans and budgets for all of the properties with the corporate level operating plan, as well as initiating the implementation of best practices throughout the firm’s portfolio. In addition, Craig serves as the asset manager with respect to certain properties, particularly those without third-party operating partners. Over the years, Craig has worked directly on numerous Rubenstein investments, including, most recently, NASCAR Plaza, One Washington Square and several properties located in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
Craig joined the predecessor company in 1994 as a Portfolio Manager. Craig brings extensive experience in portfolio budgeting and forecasting, decision modeling, and project management and organization. In June 1986, Craig joined the Prudential Mortgage Capital Company where, over several years, he originated over $300 million in commercial real estate loans in the Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia markets. In 1991, he was named Director of Mortgage Asset Management for the firm’s Mid-Atlantic office, where he had regional responsibility for loan servicing and workouts. In 1993, Craig joined Coopers & Lybrand, where he oversaw the management, workout and liquidation of a $750 million real estate loan portfolio under a major Resolution Trust Corporation contract.
Craig graduated from The University of Pennsylvania in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. He graduated from The Wharton School in 1986 with an MBA in Finance.