Greg Hoffman, Vice President of Arlington-based real estate developer Rooney Properties, joined the Advisory Board of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) at the George Mason School of Business. Greg graduated from the George Mason Masters in Real Estate Development (MRED) program in 2016. He is the first alumni of the program to join the center’s advisory board as a full member, establishing an important milestone for the MRED program.
Greg has been an active alumni supporter of the MRED program. He has served previously as president of the MRED alumni group and as a board member of the School of Business Alumni Chapter.
In further recognition of his professional and educational contributions, Greg was named as a 2019 Prominent Patriot by the School of Business during an award ceremony held last October 17. Prominent Patriots are peer-nominated and peer-selected annually by business school alumni for demonstrating outstanding citizenship, scholarship, and leadership within their industries.
As a member of the senior leadership at Rooney Properties, Greg is responsible for project origination, development, and asset management for real estate investments in the Greater Washington region. Prior to joining the company in 2013, he built numerous commercial and institutional projects over a decade with a local general contractor. In addition to his MRED degree, he holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Virginia.
Among Rooney Properties’ current projects is Faraday Park, a mixed-use project with 248,000 square feet of multi-family residences, 10,000 square feet of retail space, and 13 townhomes on a 3.85-acre site located a quarter of a mile from the Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station.