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Dale Reed

Dale Reed

Dale has overseen high-profile, luxury hotel and condominium projects across the U.S., including the W Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, the Metropolitan in San Francisco, the Raffaello Hotel in Chicago, and the largest hotel condo conversion in the United States, the Ala Moana Hotel in Honolulu. He has worked on thirty-eight projects spanning most of the major metropolitan markets in the United States. Dale began his career with the Miami-based commercial real estate firm of America’s Capital Partners. After several years with ACP, he was recruited by Crescent Heights and ran operations and project oversight until he was recruited by Miami Developer DYL Development Group. While with DYL, he oversaw the Infinity at Brickell, a 459-unit mixed-use condominium project in downtown Miami and the W Hotel and Residences in Fort Lauderdale. Once the W Fort Lauderdale was completed, Dale served as the asset manager for the hotel for 7 years. In 2014, Dale joined Merrimac Ventures as Senior Vice President, working on both their real estate development projects as well as a five hundred home single-family rental portfolio in Atlanta, GA.

Dale has an extensive background in construction, sales, marketing, information technology, acquisitions, operations and litigation management. He is also an accomplished executive coach and trainer, having facilitated hundreds of seminars on sales, hospitality service and management for Weichert Realty, Coldwell Banker, Omni Hotels, Brighthouse Communications and other major corporations. In addition to his professional accomplishments, Dale serves as the Treasurer of the Board of Directors for the Miami-Dade Urban Debate League, a non-profit organization which teaches interscholastic debate skills to underprivileged middle school and high school students in Dade County.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Dale serves as the Treasurer of the Board of Directors for the Miami-Dade Urban Debate League, a non-profit organization which teaches interscholastic debate skills to underprivileged middle school and high school students in Dade County.