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HHHunt Communities announces new leadership team

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HHHunt Corp. has announced a new leadership team for HHHunt Communities, a developer of master-planned communities in Virginia. Kim B. Kacani has been named president while Jonathan Ridout and Hans Klinger have been named vice presidents.

A native of Central Virginia, Kacani will support the company’s growth and oversee all functions for HHHunt Communities. She was most recently a senior vice president for HHHunt Communities and co-led the division with George Moore, who retired in late 2017.

Kacani joined HHHunt more than 30 years ago and has been a member of the HHHunt Communities team for more than two decades. She is a past president of the Community Associations Institute and is active in the Urban Land Institute, serving on its advisory council. Kacani also serves on the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Common Interest Community Board, a gubernatorial appointment.

As vice president for land development, Ridout will oversee land entitlement and development activities, lot closings and builder relationships. He joined HHHunt in 2005 and has extensive community development experience. He is a member of the Home Builders Association of Richmond board of directors and is involved in the Urban Land Institute Virginia District Council.

Klinger will serve as vice president for business development. He will be responsible for land acquisition, feasibility and zoning initiatives. He joined HHHunt 17 years ago and has been active in recent land acquisition and business development efforts. Klinger also serves a number of community organizations and is currently a member of the Leadership Metro Richmond Class of 2018.

HHHunt Communities, based in Glen Allen, develops master-planned communities in locations with access to shopping, restaurants, job centers, and schools. Among the developer’s projects are Wellesley, Wyndham, Twin Hickory, Charter Colony, Rutland and White Hall.

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