Southern Land Company Adds New Executives
- Sep 25, 2015
Nashville, Tenn.—National real estate developer Southern Land Company added Nashville resident Bert Warbington as project executive for Southern Land Commercial Construction. He will oversee construction of Southern Land projects in Texas and Tennessee, including Nashville’s 4000 Hillsboro development in Green Hills.
Prior to joining Southern Land, Warbington was the director of construction at Killan Construction in Springfield, Mo., where he led several projects including a $230 million casino and a 35-story hotel.
Southern Land has also hired executives in Texas and New York. Jeremy Cyr, vice president of multifamily development for the Southwest, will be based out of Dallas, and Jim Egan, director of acquisitions for the Northeast, will be based in New York.
Cyr will lead Southern Land multifamily development work across the Southwest, including projects in key markets Texas and Colorado. He will manage all processes from site acquisition through construction.
Cyr has managed multifamily development projects totaling more than 5,000 units during his more than 10 years of experience. Previously, he worked for GenCap Partners, Price Development Group, UDR Inc. and Lincoln Property Company.
Egan will be the director of acquisitions for Southern Land, focusing on cities from Boston to Washington, D.C. He will spearhead Southern Land’s efforts to build in high barrier-to-entry markets in the northeastern United States. Egan and his acquisition colleagues will research markets, analyze and select sites, and undertake feasibility and entitlement work for Southern Land multifamily and mixed-used projects across the country.
Prior to joining Southern Land, Egan held financial leadership positions at several premier organizations including Anbau Enterprises, First Dartmouth Advisors, America First Apartment Investors and ING Clarion Partners.