Leading the company’s mixed-use acquisitions and development efforts, Dan is responsible for identifying, structuring, designing and entitling new large-scale mixed-use land development projects. His focus is on outstanding urban infill real estate that represents unique opportunities for the creation of exceptional places and long-term value. He brings to McWHINNEY’s leadership team 25 years of planning and development expertise, including work on the $3 billion Mission Bay project in San Francisco. Dan holds two undergraduate degrees from UC Berkeley and a Master’s in City Planning from MIT.
At McWHINNEY David manages and oversees the strategy, vision and execution, as well as the development and management of McWHINNEY’s 3,000-acre master-planned community, Centerra.
Before coming to McWHINNEY, David oversaw DMB Pacific Ventures’ entitlements, land development, marketing and lot sales for Summerly, a 700-acre, 1,600-home master planned community in Lake Elsinore, California. At Pacific Ventures he also served on the Tejon Mountain Village management team, where he helped craft the award-winning zoning and development regulations for the 26,000-acre resort and residential community and oversaw that project’s operations, community and government relations.
As vice president of community development and general manager of Baseline, Kyle develops and oversees the strategy, vision, development and execution of large-scale multi-use projects and master-planned communities.
Kyle brings nearly two decades of experience in creating unique master-planned communities in resort settings to McWHINNEY. Prior to joining the company, Kyle served as CEO and vice president of development for Granby Ranch, a 5,000-acre community in Colorado. During his time with Granby Ranch, he managed the development of 850 residential units, developed a new master plan for the community, extended entitlements by 40 years, established a variety of community amenities and served as president of the community metropolitan districts.