Paul Reinke to Head New Commercial Real Estate Development Firm

May 1, 2014 at 2:57 pm

Paul Reinke, a successful Twin Cities real executive with a 30-year history of award-winning commercial real estate developments, has announced the formation of Silver Oak Development, Inc.

Headquartered in Oakdale, MN, the new firm is targeting the commercial, retail and multifamily sectors of the region’s real estate market, with a primary concentration on projects in Minneapolis-St. Paul and select areas of the Dakotas.

Reinke says the formation of Silver Oak Development, Inc. is a logical next step, “designed to capitalize on the increasing strength of the Twin Cities commercial real estate market and burgeoning opportunities in neighboring states, particularly North Dakota.”

“Our focus will continue to be on the things we do best,” Reinke said, “specifically comprehensive owner and investor representation and a full range of development management services.” The firm also provides limited commercial brokerage, leasing and property management services to meet its client needs, and is developing commercial and multifamily properties for its own investment portfolio.

Recent projects include development management of major luxury apartment complexes in Rochester, MN and Bismarck, ND, and 5000 France Condominium, a $32 million mixed-use condominium and retail development in Edina, MN. Reinke’s past experience includes more than nine years as national real estate portfolio manager for a NYSE Fortune 500 corporation, and management positions with Haugland Company and Ryan Construction Company.

Projects currently underway by Silver Oak Development, Inc. include a four-story medical office building and parking ramp in Edina, MN, and a 50-bed adolescent behavioral health hospital in Brooklyn Park, MN.

Reinke is a third term member of the Oakdale, MN City Council and serves as Oakdale’s representative on the Gateway Corridor Commission.

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