Mint House combines the classic comfort of home and the modern luxury of a hotel, giving guests all the perks and none of the tradeoffs. We’ve ditched losable key cards, long lines, room service and other relics for the things we miss when we travel—kitchens, groceries, workout routines, and the space to spread out. Every part of the Mint House experience is powered by smart technology, making your stay personal, predictable and effortless.
 
Founded in 2017, the company has raised approximately $50M from leading venture capital firms like Revolution Ventures and executives from trusted hospitality and real estate brands.
 
Today, Mint House has 20+ artfully designed, tech-first hotels in 12 cities including NYC, Miami, Austin and Nashville, with plans to expand to more than 3,000 units in 30 markets in the next 12 months.
 

About the position

Reporting to the Director of Development, West, this position will play a key role in accelerating the growth of Mint House by focusing on expanding our reach within target markets, sourcing new opportunities, managing relationships with owners and developers, and structuring, negotiating and executing on new property acquisitions. Our ideal candidate will be a self-starter with high energy, knowledge of real estate development and an attitude of relentless determination to seek out and execute on growth opportunities. This development associate will help accelerate Mint House's objective of being the industry leader in executing management agreements for thousands of high end hospitality units within multi-family buildings in the quickly growing ‘flex multi-family’ space. 

 

What you’ll do 

  • Canvass target markets to identify and source potential opportunities for growth; work to fully understand complex market dynamics, the scope of opportunity in each market and the regulatory landscape
  • Determine all key players (owners, developers, capital partners and management companies) in each market and cultivate and maintain relationships with each potential partner 
  • Articulate the Mint House offering to potential partners and enlighten them on the value proposition, operating model and opportunity underwriting
  • Work closely with the Underwriting team and Director of Development, West on strategic analysis around new opportunities, financial modeling, drafting letters of intent and due diligence requests
  • Represent Mint House at major industry meetings, conferences and networking events
  • Coordinate with Legal on the contract drafting process to ensure accuracy and successful negotiations
  • Collaborate cross-functionally to provide the most accurate information to potential clients. Partner with Operations, Revenue and Finance on gathering insights for active projects and with Asset Management to ensure smooth onboarding of executed projects.

You should have 

  • 3+ years of real estate development and/or transaction experience
  • Passion for working in a fast-paced start-up environment
  • Urgency, motivation and a “self-starter” attitude: you are not satisfied until the job is done, and done well
  • Outgoing disposition and propensity for lively discussions: strong articulation and negotiation skills 
  • Commitment to building strong and long-lasting business relationships
  • Proven ability to be a team player and work collaboratively
  • Proficient in Excel; Familiarity with CRMs; Travel 50%+ 

Mint House is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a workplace of belongingness. We’re committed to diversity and maintaining a work environment that is free from harassment and discrimination. Applicants from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, and will not be discriminated against on the basis of any protected status under federal, state, or local law.

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