ABOUT GEORGE HUBER
George Huber is a co-founder and Managing Principal of Dock Square Capital LLC, a Miami based merchant bank focused on principal investments, strategic advisory services and joint ventures. He is also founder and managing principal of Equity Investment Group an Indiana based commercial real estate investment firm which has completed over $7 Billion worth of transactions throughout the United States covering retail, office, industrial, multi-family, hotel and multiple other property types.
By the early 2000’s, Equity Investment Group, as a private retail REIT, had become one of the largest private owner/managers of retail real estate in the United States, with offices in six states and 120 shopping centers nationwide.
Mr. Huber also co-founded, owned and managed Blue Vista Capital Management, LLC, a Chicago based real estate investment management company that raised and managed in excess of $1 Billion of institutional equity through closed-end funds, separate accounts and joint venture relationships totaling approximately $5.25 Billion of capitalization. Mr. Huber also co-owned and served as Managing Principal of Peak Campus Companies, one of the five largest student housing managers and developers in the United States.
Mr. Huber has been active on numerous professional and charitable organizations including serving on the Board of Directors for publicly-traded companies Fort Wayne National Corporation (NASDAQ:FWNC) and Lakeland Financial Corporation (NASDAQ:LKFN) along with leading the boards as Chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Canterbury School; Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce; Chairman of the Board of Directors of Goodwill Industries Northern Indiana; and Chairman of the Board of Directors Downtown Fort Wayne Economic Improvement District.
Mr. Huber holds a B.A. in Business from Vanderbilt University and an MBA with Honors from the University of Michigan.
He currently resides in Seattle, Washington with his wife Cathy. They have five children.