Brenner Holland - Hunt Midwest, Senior Vice President - Residential

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Senior Vice President
Residential Development

As senior vice president of Residential Development, Brenner’s primary focus is on the management of the day-to-day operations of the residential real estate division which includes the acquisition of land, project entitlements, development and marketing of our master planned communities and the research and development of new residential product offerings. Brenner oversees the company’s investment in and completion of new senior living and multi family communities. He is also responsible for construction services for a wide range of public and private infrastructure projects and assists with company wide new business development.

Brenner serves as a board member and is a past-president of the Greater Kansas City Home Builders Association. He was elected as a national director for the National Home Builders Association and was appointed to its land development committee. Brenner is on the Board of Directors of the Overland Park Chamber of Commerce and the Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Brenner is a graduate of Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. A native of the Kansas City area, he and his wife Kim and family reside in Overland Park, Kansas.

Hunt Midwest is a dynamic real estate development company privately held by the Lamar Hunt family. Based in Kansas City with over 50 years of development, construction and management experience, Hunt Midwest’s wide range of projects include industrial, commercial, mission critical, self-storage, residential, multifamily, senior living, mixed-use and SubTropolis, the world’s largest underground business complex. Hunt Midwest is part of the Lamar Hunt family’s diverse portfolio of entities involved in real estate, sports/media, energy/resources and private equity investments. In addition to Hunt Midwest, marquee entities include the Kansas City Chiefs, Hunt Southwest, FC Dallas Soccer Club, Toyota Stadium, Chicago Bulls and United Center.