Lane Cutter Joins Legacy Partners a Vice-President of Development

SAN FRANCISCO (February 23, 2015) – Legacy Partners, a privately owned national real estate firm, today announced Lane Cutter joined as Vice-President of Development, based out of Legacy’s Denver office. Mr. Cutter, a formally trained architect, will oversee the development of several projects in Colorado and the Southwest region.

“Lane will be a tremendous asset to Legacy as he is not only a talented real estate professional, but has diverse architectural and construction expertise,” said Spencer Stuart, senior managing director of Legacy Partners. "In his more than two decades, he has built a wealth of experience that will greatly support our existing and future development pipeline.”

Mr. Cutter comes to Legacy Partners after 20 years of experience as owner and principal of RLC Design, where he oversaw the design of over 1,800 condominiums and apartment units for developments all over Colorado. Additionally, Mr. Cutter has spent the last 12 years as owner and manager of MonthFive Development, where he managed the redevelopment of more than $6.25M in a single-family homes portfolio since 2006, as well as two substantial ground-up multi-family projects in Golden and Greeley, Colorado.

About Legacy Partners
Legacy Partners, a privately held real estate firm founded in 1968 and headquartered in the San Francisco Bay area, owns, develops and manages multifamily communities throughout the United States. We have regional offices in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Texas and Washington. Since our inception, we have developed more than 65,000 apartment homes and worked with some of the world’s largest financial institutions, life insurance companies, and real estate companies, consistently returning exceptional results.

In addition to development, Legacy Partners provides management services for our own portfolio, as well as other owners. Combined, we manage a portfolio of over 60 multifamily communities with more than 14,000 apartment homes, and with a gross value in excess of $2 billion. For further information, please visit