Brian Helgerson has officially joined Hunt Development Group, Hawaii Region, as Asset Manager.
In this position, Mr. Helgerson oversees asset management activity within the Hunt portfolio, including in Kalaeloa, where Hunt is the master developer of 530 acres and ‘Āhuimanu, a 42,000-square-foot neighborhood center on the North Shore of Kaua‘i.
As Asset Manager, Mr. Helgerson will be responsible for maximizing the value of Hunt’s Hawai‘i portfolio of assets. In this role, he will ensure optimal performance and occupancy with oversight of the leasing, property management, and tenant management activities at these projects.
Most recently, Mr. Helgerson served as a Senior Real Estate Associate at Kamehameha Schools. Mr. Helgerson also held positions at United Growth in San Francisco, J.P. Morgan Asset Management in Philadelphia, and KPMG in Honolulu. He also served in the Wisconsin Army National Guard and Hawai‘i Army Reserve. His eight years of service included two years of combat deployments in Iraq.
Mr. Helgerson received a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. He is an active member of industry organizations, including the Urban Land Institute and NAIOP Hawai‘i, a commercial real estate development association.
About Hunt Companies, Inc.
Hunt is a diversified, family-owned holding company that invests in operating businesses, real estate assets and infrastructure assets. Since its founding in 1947, Hunt’s size and Hunt is a diversified, family-owned holding company that invests in operating businesses, real estate assets and infrastructure assets. Since its founding in 1947, Hunt’s size and scope have grown substantially while gaining considerable expertise across multiple real asset sectors. Hunt’s reputation is built on integrity and performance. Hunt is committed to a culture of transparency for employees, clients, investors and the communities it serves. Hunt and its affiliates employ over 3,000 employees across the United States and Europe. Hunt has been active in Hawai‘i for three decades, and has long been recognized for its innovative renovation of underutilized military properties, as well as its commitment to creating premier master-planned communities that complement the cultural and geographical riches of the Hawaiian Islands.