Gerry Engle


Partner Gerry Engle


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Gerry Engle, Partner

Partner Gerry Engle

Prior to joining Meriwether as a Partner, Mr. Engle was the Managing Partner of The Atira Group - a resort development firm with development and asset management projects located throughout North America.

As one of the most accomplished luxury residential and resort developers in North America, Mr. Engle's experience is a valuable asset for Meriwether. Mr. Engle served as Chairman of the Resort Council for Urban Land Institute and was a Founder and Managing Partner of The Cordillera Group, which owned, developed and operated several Colorado planned communities, including Cordillera, Catamount and Crested Butte, as well as the Mayacama Golf Club in Sonoma County, California.

Mr. Engle was a Partner at Trammell Crow Company in its Boston Residential Division. Mr. Engle also served as vice president of real estate and village operations for Copper Mountain Resort from 1984 to 1989. While at Copper Mountain, he was responsible for overseeing the mountain expansion plan and the development of a golf course community. During his career Mr. Engle has acquired, developed or managed in excess of 20,000 acres, 2,500 single or multifamily units, 2 hotels and 11 golf courses. Mr. Engle received his undergraduate degree in urban planning and landscape architecture from Michigan State University and his graduate degree in business from the University of Colorado.

I am engaged by the challenges and opportunities that exist today in resort markets, different than what I have encountered over the last 30 years.
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Quote from Vitruvis. Consistency is found in that work whose whole and detail are suitable to the the occasion. It arises from circumstance, custom, and nature.
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