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Brent Reynolds

Brent ReynoldsCEO and Managing Partner
NR International

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As CEO and Managing Partner of Nolan Reynolds International, Brent is primarily responsible for the firm’s strategic growth and development activities within the United States and throughout Latin America. Brent identifies and creates opportunities that are aligned with the company’s strategic plan of acquiring, financing, planning, permitting, and developing high-value projects. His exposure to a wide variety of project types as well as various kinds of regulatory obstacles makes him adept at integrating the company’s operations into new markets quickly and efficiently. Brent brought the talent and expertise of an established US corporation to capitalize on an emerging market opportunity through the acquisition, capital funding, and entitlement of a $75 million mixed-use project in Costa Rica, which further developed into the creation of a resort luxury Hotel Brand.

Throughout his career, Brent has worked as project manager and developer of complex mixed-use commercial, residential, hospitality, and historic rehabilitation projects located on the East Coast of the United States and in select regions of Latin America. Over the past sixteen years, he has been involved in over $1 billion dollars in real estate development and acquisitions.

Brent started his career working in acquisitions, project management, and operations planning for Whiting-Turner Contracting Company in Baltimore, Maryland. While there, he was responsible for acquisition analyses, project budgeting, and feasibility studies and oversaw complex, mixed-use endeavors for the firm’s clients. His experience includes projects such as the one million square foot Kendallwood Shopping Center in Kendall, Florida; the extensive renovation and expansion of John Hopkins University’s Basic Science Initiative building; and the programming for the renovation and technical upgrading of Meyerhoff Hall for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Capitalizing on his experience with Whiting-Turner, he later joined a private development firm where he was responsible for initiating the acquisitions and development movement of Baltimore’s East side.