Bloomington, Minnesota-based Kraus-Anderson Development Company has named Matt Alexander senior vice president. He previously served as the company’s vice president.
Alexander will be assuming the leadership role previously held by Michael Hille, recently named executive vice president of Kraus-Anderson Realty Company.
Alexander joined Kraus-Anderson Realty in 2006 as director of real estate development, where he managed the site selection, acquisition, design and financing of the company’s development projects, most notably CityPlace, a 100-acre, mixed-use, multi-phased development at the southeast quadrant of I-94 and Radio Drive in Woodbury, Minn. Together with strategic partners, Alexander worked closely with the City of Woodbury, leading the development team and tenants from vision and conceptual planning through due diligence, design, permitting and construction.
Alexander also developed medical office buildings for HealthEast Hugo Clinic in Hugo, Summit Orthopedic in Woodbury, Blaine Crossing in Blaine, Fairview White Oak Center Clinic in Chaska, and Fairview Clinic in New Brighton; as well as Victor Gardens office and retail complex in Hugo. Alexander and KA’s partners are currently working with the City of Richfield on the development of Chamberlain apartments, a $60 million, 316-unit housing project.