Kenneth S. Moczulski

Chief Executive Officer

Kenneth S. Moczulski is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of M-M Properties. Mr. Moczulski has been involved in real estate development and investment since 1978 and during that time has developed, acquired and sold property with an aggregate value in excess of $7 billion.

From 2000 to 2007 Mr. Moczulski was a senior executive with Crescent Real Estate Equities, a multi-billion dollar diversified public REIT, where he served as President, Investments and Chief Investment Officer.

During his tenure at Crescent, Mr. Moczulski was responsible for all of Crescent’s acquisition, disposition, joint venture structuring, development activities, and the overall management of its hospitality portfolio. At Crescent, Mr. Moczulski was responsible for over $1.0 billion in acquisitions, development projects in excess of $500 million, mezzanine investments in excess of $300 million, joint ventures in excess of $900 million, and $1.1 billion of dispositions. In addition, Mr. Moczulski oversaw land development during his tenure at Crescent.

From 1992 to 2000, Mr. Moczulski headed Transworld Properties, which he established as the real estate investment subsidiary on behalf of the ownership of privately held Transworld Oil. Transworld Properties was established to invest in real estate through joint-venture development of office, industrial, and multi-family projects, in addition to direct acquisitions and developments on a select basis. At Transworld, Mr. Moczulski was responsible for the formation and implementation of real estate investment strategy, as well as the management of on-going real estate development, asset management and dispositions. He directed the investment of over $225 million of the firm’s equity, representing a portfolio with a capitalized value of $1 billion.

Prior to joining Transworld, Mr. Moczulski served as Vice President of Jaymont Properties in New York City from 1987 to 1991, where he was responsible for all acquisition and disposition activities on a national basis.
Prior to joining Jaymont, Mr. Moczulski was with Gerald D. Hines Interests for eight years, where he served as development manager for a number of commercial developments including Seafirst Financial Center, Dallas Galleria, and the 500 Boylston/222 Berkeley Street buildings in Boston.

Mr. Moczulski earned an MBA from Harvard and a BSCE from the University of Cincinnati.

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