Neyer Properties, Inc. has hired Christopher Dobrozsi, CCIM, as Vice President, Real Estate Development. This position is designed to fully utilize Dobrozsi’s leadership and the relationships he has developed during his successful 24 year career in office, medical office, retail, mixed-use and industrial real estate development.
In his role, Dobrozsi is a member of the Neyer Properties executive management team, and key to the company’s initiative to expand their reach in new commercial development activity. He will assist Neyer Properties in continuing to be the market leader in sustainable initiatives and increase market share along all business lines, according to Daniel A. Neyer, president and chief executive officer of Neyer Properties, Inc. an 18 year old commercial real estate development firm.
Most recently Dobrozsi held the title of Vice President, Real Estate Development and Director of Sustainability with Al Neyer Inc. During his tenure, he oversaw notable developments including Usquare @ The Loop, Renaissance District Master Plan for the City of Middletown, dunnhumbyUSA, Cornerstone at Norwood, Linden Pointe on the Lateral and Cintas Corporate Headquarters, to name a few.
“Chris Dobrozsi is a great addition to Neyer Properties development team and expands their talent base,” said Mike Hartmann of Cassidy Turley. “His industry knowledge and key relationships are uniquely valuable.”
“Chris has a 24-year track record to real estate development and construction success that is difficult to match,” said Neyer. “With every client, he exhibits the highest level of professionalism and integrity. His project management leadership is especially valuable, given the ever-changing and challenging development environment.”
“I have watched Chris develop personally and professionally over twenty years now and have marveled at the way he has developed his skills over these years. I am very pleased to add Chris to our organization. Adding someone with the talent and track record of Chris is a sound investment in the future of the enterprise.”
“I welcome the opportunity to work with Dan Neyer and the rest of their organization to enhance the development of the community in which we live, work and play, states Dobrozsi. “Neyer Properties has responded to market conditions by being flexible and creative and has come through the past couple of years with a very strong balance sheet and continued commitment to the sustainable development of our communities.”
Chris Richter, project manager of dunnhumbyUSA stated “Chris Dobrozsi’s real estate development knowledge and collaborative approach to public/private partnerships were key to the success of our 444 West Third Street Headquarters and equally valuable to the selection of our future headquarters in 2014 at 5th and Race Streets.”
Current Neyer Properties development projects in Greater Cincinnati include Keystone Parke, a $100 million development which is the first LEED office campus development in the region; The Greens at Kenwood, a office and hotel development located at I-71 and Montgomery Road, anchored by the FBI; Red Bank Crossing, a $25 million medical office, daycare and retail development; Central Pointe on the Lateral and; Highlands Market Square. In addition to these developments, Neyer Properties has been an aggressive purchaser of existing buildings in the last three years, having acquired in excess of 2,000,000 square feet over this period to increase their portfolio to over 3,500,000 square feet of space.
Dobrozsi earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering and an Associate of Science degree in Civil Construction Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. He is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), City of Montgomery Council Member, member of the University of Cincinnati Real Estate Roundtable, US Green Building Council, Sycamore Schools Planning Commission and is a youth sports coach. He and his family live in the City of Montgomery, Ohio.