Qroe was formed in 1981 by Robert H. Baldwin to create improved land use and property techniques, and to manage and develop specialized real estate properties. Qroe is the innovator of the “Qroe Farm Preservation Development” concept of environmentally responsible land use, which provides innovative and workable answers to ecological and economic sustainability in land use and thereby happily marries the often combative advocates of conservation, farming and housing.
Robert H. Baldwin Jr. is the Managing Principal of Qroe Preservation Development LLC. Bob has over 25 years of real estate development experience. He began his career in the 1980’s working with his father developing and implementing Qroe’s core ideals into several of its earliest communities. He shares his father’s commitment to the preservation of rural land, and his ethical standards in dealing with landowners, investors and the communities we work in.
Since this early experience, Bob has had a distinguished career of more than two decades in the field of real estate, both in public planning and redevelopment, and in large-scale private development on behalf of non-profits. He was most recently Senior Vice President and Director of Development Services at Paradigm Properties, Boston, MA, specializing in comprehensive development advisory services for institutional owner-occupants of property. He was President and Founder of Landfall Developments, a corporation contracted by institutional and industrial owner-occupants to manage real estate development projects. He also served as Deputy Director at the Boston Redevelopment Authority in the 1990’s.. Bob holds a BA from Trinity College and an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA. He is a full member of the Urban Land Institute. firstname.lastname@example.org
David Hamilton is a Principal of Qroe Preservation Development LLC .
For the past three years, David has taken on the role of on-site Project Manager for Qroe’s Bundoran Farm project, a 2,300 acre farm preservation development near Charlottesville, Virginia. David leads Qroe’s efforts at continual improvement of community design and operations.
As an architect, Mr. Hamilton has done master planning, design and entitlement work on large campuses, medical complexes, housing, commercial and office projects. He has served as Visiting Professor of Architecture at Middlebury, and as a juror and lecturer at numerous institutions of architecture and planning. Mr. Hamilton earned his B.A. degree cum laude from Middlebury and his M.Arch. from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. email@example.com