HRI Properties President & COO To Speak At ACG’s January Luncheon

NEW ORLEANS – ACG Louisiana will host their January Luncheon on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015.

         The guest speaker will be Thomas Leonhard, Jr., the president and COO of HRI Properties.

         HRI is a national real estate company specializing in large-scale urban development of hotels, apartments and other commercial uses, including adaptive re-use of historic properties, and Leonhard is responsible for all of HRI’s operations which includes 738 employees managing 40 properties in five states.

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         Under Leonhard’s 23-years of service, HRI has successfully completed 55 large-scale projects, including 4,635 apartment units, 3,487 hotel rooms, and more than one million square feet of office and retail space, with a total funding value of $1.6 billion. HRI has formed partnerships with Fortune 500 Companies including the Kimberly-Clark Corporation, AmerUs Life Company, Prudential Financial and Chevron USA to fulfill its mission of revitalizing cities by creating diverse, vibrant and sustainable communities.

         Leonhard was an adjunct professor of economics and finance at the University of New Orleans from 2003 to 2005 and is a member of the Louisiana Chapter of the Young Presidents Organization.

         The luncheon will take place at The Roosevelt Hotel’s Blue Room.

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         Networking begins at 11:30, followed by lunch from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

         ACG members attend for free and non-members will be charged $50.

         To register for the event

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