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Holland Partner Group names board

Real estate firm, based in Vancouver, creates holding company

By , Columbian staff writer

Holland Partner Group, a local real estate investment company, has appointed a board of directors and created a holding company, Holland Holdings LLC.

Vancouver-based Holland Partner Group develops, builds, buys and manages multifamily communities in what the company describes as “the most sought-after investment markets in the Western United States.”

The company launched in Vancouver in 2000 and employs 175 people in the area. It has $10 billion in total development projects, has developed almost 80 projects with 20,000 units and has another 20 projects in the works.

The company has also amassed $3 billion in total acquisition transaction experience and manages nearly 60 communities in Washington, Oregon, Colorado, California and Arizona.

As part of its move to create a holdings company, Holland Holdings also added a board of directors, including nine members.

The board members include Holland’s founder and CEO Clyde Holland, Curtis Feeny, Trina Bigby-Sanders, Jamie Henderson, Jonathan Geanakos, Holland Chief Investment Officer Steve LeBlanc, Tony Premer, Diana Reid and Judy Schneider.

“With their significant expertise and industry knowledge, they will provide oversight and governance to Holland Holdings, its subsidiaries, and its diverse investment portfolio into the next phase of growth,” read a Thursday statement from the newly formed company.

Holland develops investment properties in the Western United States, specializing in development, construction, acquisition, redevelopment and property management. According to the company’s statement, it creates “sustainable, socially connected and vibrant communities to work, live and enjoy life.”

Holland has more than 750 staff members spread between six offices. The company is headquartered in Vancouver but has offices in Denver, Seattle, Southern California, Northern California and San Diego.

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