Grady Miars
GreenPointe Communities, LLC

Edward E. Burr
Mark Marasciullo

Grady Miars

Grady Miars is the president of GreenPointe Communities, LLC, the community development division of GreenPointe Holdings, LLC, which is actively acquiring, creating and transforming residential and mixed-use communities into neighborhoods for today's homebuyer, while providing lasting, sustainable value.

Miars has more than 20 years experience and an exceptional background in land development, entitlements, land sales, Community Development Districts, land acquisition and amenity/golf operations. As a former Regional Vice-President for Crescent/LandMar Group, LLC, Miars worked for Ed Burr and Roger Postlethwaite and successfully managed a region with four large-scale master-planned communities that generated more than $150 million in land sales revenue.

Prior to his seven years at Crescent/LandMar Group, LLC, Miars was General Manager/Senior Project Manager for the award-winning developer, The Bonita Bay Group. This included his involvement with the flagship community Bonita Bay that earned the prestigious Urban Land Institute (ULI) Award for Excellence in 1999. Most significant was his project management of The Brooks, a 3,600-unit development that became one of the top selling communities in Florida and the nation from 1998-2002, generating more than $300 million in land sales revenue. The Brooks became a benchmark for highly amenitized, large-scale master-planned communities in Southwest Florida.

Miars is actively involved in the real estate industry as a member of ULI and the Southwest Florida Builders Association. He demonstrates his passion for community by volunteering and serving on numerous boards. Miars is chairman for African Caribbean American Catholic Center (AFCAAM), an after school reading and mentoring program in Fort Myers that strives to help people help themselves through empowering programs that offer hope, challenge the culture, and promote self-reliance and human dignity. He is also a board member of the Freedom and Virtue Institute, United Way Allocations and the Tampa Chapter of the Monique Burr Foundation for Children.