DENVER (January 3, 2018) – United Properties announced today that Kevin Kelley, senior vice president of office and industrial development, has been promoted to executive vice president of Denver commercial development, effective Jan. 1, 2018. Kelley, a 13-year veteran of the firm, will now oversee all commercial development in Denver including office, industrial and retail.

“Kevin has demonstrated a high level of performance and commitment and has proven that he is a market leader,” said Bill Katter, president and chief investment officer, United Properties. “With Kevin at the helm guiding our commercial development activities in Denver, we expect our team will continue to demonstrate innovation, collaboration and success as a market leader.”

Kelley joined United Properties in 2005 as Vice President. Prior to joining United Properties, he was involved in the acquisition and development of retail centers with Miller Weingarten Realty in Colorado, and with Faison Associates in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Kelley serves on the NAIOP Colorado Chapter Board and held the position of NAIOP Colorado Chapter President in 2016. He also is an active member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Colorado and the University of Colorado Real Estate Council. Kelley holds a bachelor’s degree in history and an MBA in real estate from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

About United Properties

United Properties has been creating deep roots in the commercial real estate industry for more than 100 years. The company imagines new possibilities in real estate to help enrich communities and create lasting legacies. United Properties provides market expertise for ground-up development, redevelopment and acquisitions of value-add and stable investments. The company invests in and develops office, industrial, retail, mixed-use and senior housing properties. United Properties is owned by the Pohlad Companies and is headquartered in Minneapolis, with offices in Denver and Austin, Texas.



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