Kevin Morrison named chief financial officer of Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate

Updated 7/6/2017 12:33 PM
  • Kevin Morrison is now CFO for Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate.

    Kevin Morrison is now CFO for Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate.

Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate has named Kevin Morrison as Chief Financial Officer to the company. Mr. Morrison has served as Vice President, Finance for the company since 2014, and has been instrumental in managing recent growth in Naples, Florida, Beaver Creek, Colorado, and the North Shore of Chicago.

Prior to joining Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate, Morrison was controller for DHR International, the top sixth executive search firm in the United States.

"Kevin has made an immediate impact since joining Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate three years ago," said Greg Hoffmann, CEO of Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate. "We know that Kevin's experience will support our continued growth strategy and will further our commitment to being a best-in-class real estate company."

In addition to his duties at Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate, Morrison sits on the operating committee of Orange Line Oil Company, offering strategic guidance and handling the compliance and financial reporting functions for that company.

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About Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate

Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate is an established real estate holding company headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate transforms and maintains properties to a Class "A+" standard, or more commonly known as the "Hoffmann Standard." This commitment to excellence contributes to the company's overall tenancy rate of 97 percent. Hoffmann Commercial Real Estate's portfolio is rapidly growing, consisting of both stabilized and value-add properties in strategic locations throughout the country, with future investments in the United States and abroad. Our reputation represents an unrivaled commitment to excellence and is becoming more widespread with every transaction. Learn more at

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