Kim Kacani and George Moore named senior vice presidents of HHHunt Communities
HHHunt Communities said Tuesday that Kim Kacani and George Moore have been named senior vice presidents of HHHunt Communities, one of the largest residential developers in Virginia.
In their new positions, Kacani and Moore will co-lead one of HHHunt's four divisions. HHHunt described the arrangement in a press release as “a unique structure for real estate development firms.” Kacani and Moore have worked for HHHunt Communities for many years and will be based in the company’s Richmond office.
Kacani will be responsible for land acquisition, zoning, entitlements, community relations and homeowner association management. Moore will oversee community development, sales of new home lots and marketing efforts for existing and planned communities.
Kacani joined HHHunt more than 30 years ago and has been a member of HHHunt Communities for more than two decades. She is an member of the Community Associations Institute and the Urban Land Institute and serves on the Virginia’s Common Interest Community Board.
Moore has more than 30 years of experience in the real estate industry and has worked with HHHunt Communities for nearly two decades. In the Richmond area, he helped develop the master-planned communities of Wyndham, Twin Hickory, Charter Colony and Rutland. He serves on the board of directors for the Home Builders Association of Richmond and is a member of the Urban Land Institute.
HHHunt, based in Blacksburg, develops, builds and manages residential communities in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Maryland.