Pat Mchenry



Pat Mchenry

PAT McHENRY

Pat is one of the founders and principals of City Street Investors and has been involved  in place-making and in-fill real estate project through-out Colorado for 30 years.  As a principle, Pat and her partners have been investing in Denver area neighborhoods for two decades with properties in the Highlands, LOHI, Congress Park, Cherry Creek, North Country Club, South Broadway, Monclair, Lowry, etc.  Their projects have won awards from Historic Denver, Denver’s Mayor’s Design Awards, Downtown Denver Partnership, Westword, and 5280 Magazine. While their collection of investments emphasizes retail, it also includes office in conjunction with mixed-use properties, multi-family residential, self-storage, hotel and numerous restaurant investments.  Their most recent place-making project was the renovation of the historic Union Station where Pat and her partners curated a strictly Colorado based line-up of amazing retailers and restaurateurs, and created five of the food and beverage venues, including the Terminal Bar and the Cooper Lounge.   Pat takes on the primary responsibility for the leasing of all City Street Investors projects and often takes the lead on new acquisitions and sourcing on new partnerships.  Pat is also a partner in Larimer Associates, where her responsibilities include the retail programming for Larimer Square.

Pat was recently recognized in the Denver Business Journal’s Power Book for her accomplishments in retail.  Pat sits on the Downtown Denver Partnership’s Retail Council and was a member of the Denver Retail Advisory Council which established the Denver’s 3 year plan for retail.

Prior to City Streets Investors and Larimer Associates, Pat was a Senior Vice President with Catellus in charge of retail strategy and implementation for Catellus’ retail developments across the country. Pat’s experience also includes 20 years of retail brokerage with Trammell Crow Company and CB Richard Ellis where she concentrated on specialty and urban centers, new developments, major redevelopments and national initiatives.  As a broker, Pat was consistently recognized by the Denver Business Journal, Denver Metro Commercial Area Realtors and NAIOP as a top performer in the Denver marketplace.

Pat holds a Chemical Engineering degree from Iowa State University and a Masters in Business from Stanford University.