"It is a wonderful thing to build useful things of enduring beauty. Every day, we at Newland experience the joy of creating communities for so many while in the company of those who share our collective vision." — Dan Van Epp
Dan Van Epp brings more than three decades of experience in real estate entity management and leadership, most recently as Executive Vice President, Capital Markets and Acquisitions at Newland until his retirement in March 2017. Concurrently, Dan served as Chairman of the Board for Crescent Communities. Prior to that, he was Senior Vice President of The Rouse Company and President of its affiliate, The Howard Hughes Corporation, where he was responsible for the planning, development, and production of residential, retail, and office projects totalling millions of square feet. While at the Hughes Corporation, he led the development of the 22,500-acre Summerlin community in Las Vegas, the country's best-selling master-planned community for a decade. He led teams that developed land for 21,000 homes, sold property valued at more than $1 billion, and developed more than two million square feet of office and retail space in Las Vegas.
Dan is the recipient of numerous industry and civic awards, a three-term Trustee and Vice Chairman of the Urban Land Institute, and a past Chairman of the Community Development Council. He also served as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the UNLV Foundation. Dan is a graduate, Cum Laude, of Virginia Tech.