B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Virginia
Licensed Real Estate Salesman
As Executive Vice President, Mr. Tanneberger oversees the property management, development management, and construction management activities for the company’s offices in North Carolina, Ohio, and Florida. In addition, he supervises the accounting and benefits departments and corporate affairs out of the corporate office in Charlotte.
With more than 23 years of experience in retail development, management, renovation, and construction, Mr. Tanneberger has an extensive knowledge of numerous aspects of the retail industry on a local, regional, and national level. While at Hill Partners, Inc., he has directed more than $260 million in construction and renovation projects. Under his guidance, the company has managed more than 60 properties nationwide. He has created redevelopment concept strategies based upon value enhancement, superior project design, tenant design, and well-integrated signage programs.
Mr. Tanneberger joined Hill Partners in 1991 as Director of Capital Programs leading the design and construction of the $24 million redevelopment of Loehmann’s Fashion Island in Aventura, Florida. In 1995, this project received a SADI award from Shopping Center World for superior design of a renovated center.
Other significant projects include Worthington Square Mall in Worthington; Ohio; Jackson Brewery in New Orleans, Louisiana; The Streets of Mayfair in Coconut Grove, Florida; and Cotswold Village Shops in Charlotte, North Carolina. In addition to managing comprehensive redevelopment programs, Mr. Tanneberger has managed tenant coordination for AMC Cinema, Virgin Records, Barnes & Noble, Planet Hollywood, Ralph Lauren, Benetton, Smith & Hawken, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Talbots, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Ann Taylor, Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, GAP, and Loehmann’s as well as more than 250 other tenants.
In 1996, Mr. Tanneberger was promoted to Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Hill Partners, Inc. He managed corporate budgets, contracts, receivables, and payables.
In 1997, Mr. Tanneberger was promoted to Senior Vice President and became involved in the corporate supervision of property management. His responsibilities included yearly budgets, owner monthly reports, compliance with corporate policies and procedures, maintenance, and property accounting. He became General Manager of Cotswold Village Shops in 1998 in order to develop a more in-depth understanding of daily management. He has also leased the Summit Brickell and Brickell View retail shops in Miami, Florida.
Prior to his affiliation with Hill Partners, Inc., Mr. Tanneberger was a Senior Project Manager with McDevitt & Street, a nationally-recognized construction company with whom he built the First Citizens Bank tower in downtown Charlotte; The Sweeney Co.; and Whiting Turner Contracting Co., with whom he directed construction of the Baltimore Aquarium