Jeremy Grey joined Hilco Redevelopment Partners, a unit of Hilco Global, as director of development in its real estate redevelopment team.
Grey will be responsible for overseeing all HRP real estate development activity and future opportunities including the most recently acquired property in Chicago, a decommissioned coal power plant formerly owned by NRG called Crawford Station and purchased by Hilco at the end of 2017.
Grey will lead the North American team that is responsible for the development and redevelopment of assets into warehouse distribution centers, e-commerce facilities, trucking terminals, rail related assets, energy related assets, mixed-use properties and infrastructure assets throughout the nation by means of a focused national strategy tailored to satisfying customers needs resulting in favorable returns on transactions.
Prior to joining Hilco Redevelopment Partners, Grey worked at CenterPoint Properties, where he served as vice president of Development and was responsible for several aspects of development including acquisitions, dispositions, master planning, entitlements, permitting, local government interface, leasing and overall development oversight.
Roberto Perez, CEO of Hilco Redevelopment Partners, said, “This is another critical step for our real estate redevelopment team as we continue to grow and close deals. Jeremy has an impressive track record and brings direct experience to this role having completed many transactions and build-to-suits for some of the world’s most recognizable shippers, retailers, beneficial cargo owners and railroads.”