Joel Grace, an experienced development and economic professional, has been named a partner in Reno Land Inc.
Grace joined Reno Land Inc. in 2017 as vice president-development.
“Joel brings clearly focused strategic vision and deep understanding of the details of successful development to his expanded role as a partner in Reno Land Inc.,” said Chip Bowlby, President and CEO of the company. “His work continues to strengthen our lean, results-oriented team.”
Grace said his work with Reno Land Inc. has been deeply satisfying.
“I have the opportunity to see new communities come to life as vibrant neighborhoods that will provide homes to generations of northern Nevada residents,” he said. “The team at Reno Land Inc. is inspired by the opportunity to build a great future for our region.”
Grace has been active in real estate, finance and business development in northern Nevada since 2002.
Before joining Reno Land, Grace worked in commercial finance as a vice president of Umpqua Bank. He also worked with the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada as vice president of attraction and undertook trade missions with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development. Earlier in his career, Grace worked in Sydney, Australia, as the development manager for Starbuck’s operations in Australia.
Grace earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management and marketing at New Hampshire College, where he was a member of the school’s baseball team. He earned a master’s degree in business with a correlate in finance from Southern New Hampshire University.
For more information about Reno Land Inc., visit www.RenoLandInc.com.
About Reno Land Inc.
Reno Land Inc. is reimaging the city of Reno with their own brand of design-based development. Led by a group of experienced real estate developers and entrepreneurs, the mission of Reno Land Inc. (RLI) is to develop and build notable residential communities and commercial properties throughout the region, and in turn, create desirable places for people from all walks of life to live, work, shop and play.