https://gotoby.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/go-toby-logo.jpg 0 0 Toby Tobin https://gotoby.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/go-toby-logo.jpg Toby Tobin2008-06-26 00:00:002021-03-19 15:32:40Ed Burr, Former CEO of Florida Real Estate Developer, LandMar Founds New Company
Ed Burr, Former CEO of Florida Real Estate Developer, LandMar Founds New Company
GreenPointe, the new company, will create eco-friendly, sustainable communities across the Southeast US.
Palm Coast, Florida – June 26, 2008 – A press release today announced the creation of a new real estate development company, GreenPointe Holdings. GreenPointe will be headed by Ed Burr, founder of LandMar Group, another development firm from which he recently resigned as CEO. Former LandMar COO, Roger Postlethwaite will join Burr at GreenPointe along will Walt Bussells, former CEO of the Jacksonville Electric Authority. GreenPointe is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida.
GreenPointe’s focus will be on creating eco-friendly, sustainable communities. It is launching development plans across the Southeastern US for both the creation of new communities and the strategic acquisition of existing developments. GreenPointe’s mission is to make use of the latest technological advancements in green development and building practices to make eco-friendly development financially viable.
“Our company is unique because we are fusing the concepts of green building and sustainability, and the interlocking function of public/private partnerships to create advanced infrastructure support,” says GreenPointe CEO, Ed Burr. “Our approach creates new communities, and the required infrastructure to serve them, that are truly sustainable – economically and environmentally. It’s an idea whose time has come, and we are looking forward to a bright green future.”
“Green development and building, and environmental sustainability are good business, but they are also the right thing to do,” says Burr. “And with the technology and materials now available, the feasibility of executing green building projects has increased tremendously. We believe the model for sustainable growth involves smart infrastructure planning and execution in conjunction with responsible developments. As a result, the transportation corridors serve the developments, and the revenues from the developments help fund the modern transportation corridors we envision.”
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