Dayna Dealy is a development manager at Mack Urban managing all phases of development for mixed use projects in the Seattle and Portland areas. For the last 15 years Dayna has been involved in the day to day activities of creating valuable realestate developments from project implementation, site planning, analysis, client interface, community outreach, design and entitlement coordination, construction management, marketing and lease up. Her experience includes a variety of mixed-use urban infill, public/private partnerships, student housing, academic space, large scale retail, planning and green projects.
Prior to joining Mack Urban, Dayna was a Development Consultant for Alliance Residential Company working on a mixed use project in the Capital Hill Neighborhood. She has spent most of her career as a Senior Development Manager at Lorig Associates specializing in mixed use and public/private partnerships. Projects included the Uwajimaya Village Asian Market and Apartments, Broadway/Jefferson mixed use, University of Washington student housing (Nordheim Court and Radford Court), and planning for the Newcastle King County Library branch and market rate apartments.
Her diverse and multi-disciplinary experience provides a strong basis for strategic thinking about developments and their role in the community as place makers. Dayna has been a LEED accredited professional since the early days of the USGBC in 2003 and has worked on several LEED certified, silver and gold projects.
Originally from Texas, Dayna graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1992 with a degree in Economics and Business. She has been active in the City of Seattle with various local organizations and now spends most of her free time chasing after her two sons in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood.