MINNEAPOLIS (January 4, 2018) – United Properties announced today that Richard Student, senior vice president of investments, has been promoted to executive vice president, asset management/finance, effective Jan. 1, 2018.

Student, a 23-year veteran of the firm, leads day-to-day business management for company assets and financing activities. Within asset management, he provides supervision and direction to property managers and leasing agents and is responsible for lease underwriting, lease negotiation and lease execution, as well as the management of property capital investment.

“Richard has been both instrumental and innovative in leading the financing activities for our portfolio and development projects,” said Eva Stevens, president and chief operating officer, United Properties. “We are pleased to recognize his successes and look forward to continued contributions.”

Student joined United Properties in 1995 as assistant vice president. Prior to United Properties, he held financing positions at Allstate Life Insurance Company, The Balcor Company and The Griffin Companies. Student holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Washington University and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin. He is a certified public accountant and serves on the board of directors for the Minnesota chapter of NAIOP.

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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