Jennifer Oats is a Director of Property Management at Bridge Commercial Real Estate where she oversees operations for 29 commercial office buildings totaling 3.4 million square feet. With over 20 years of commercial real estate experience, Jennifer provides leadership and support for a team of property management professionals, implementing customized strategies designed to maximize returns and execute on an asset’s operational and financial objectives.
Leveraging her diverse real estate background, Jennifer has a unique perspective and nuanced approach to property management, seeing matters through the “Owner’s” eyes. Her strong financial acumen, vast operational experience and lease administration skills, partnered with a fierce dedication to creating extraordinary tenant experiences, help her in successfully managing the ever-changing needs of a commercial office investments and the property teams that serve them.
Most recently serving as an Asset Manager for Bridge’s assets in Georgia, Jennifer oversaw approximately 3 million square feet of office space, over $550,000,000 in AUM. As a Director of Asset Management, she was responsible for the overall performance of each asset, led due diligence on acquisitions, dispositions and refinances and was the owner representative for lender’s, broker’s and investment sales teams. During her time in asset management, Jennifer oversaw the repositioning of 4+ million square feet of assets in Georgia and Florida representing over $25,000,000 in completed capital improvement projects. Promoting Bridge’s Value-Add initiatives through lobby renovations, construction of building amenities including tenant lounges, fitness centers, conference facilities, cafes and unique outdoor spaces, she was able to successfully increase value across the portfolio and elevate the tenant experience.
Originally from the Mid-West, Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Science, Pre-Law Degree from Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri. She enjoys spending time with her husband and four boys. Her past times include hiking, camping, fishing and travelling.