Gregory J. Weaver

Executive Vice President–Development

Gregory J. Weaver, Executive Vice President of Catellus Development Corporation, is responsible for acquisitions and development throughout the country’s Southern and Midwest regions. He also leads the following development projects: Mueller airport redevelopment, a 700-acre, sustainable mixed-use development in the heart of Austin, Texas; Prairie Glen Corporate Center, a 92-acre corporate campus and part of the 1,200-acre Glenview Naval Air Station redevelopment situated 20 miles north of Chicago; and CirclePoint Corporate Center, a 65-acre, 1.3-million-square-foot office project in Westminster, Colorado.

During five years of ProLogis ownership, Mr. Weaver served as Catellus’ President and Managing Director and was responsible for integration and branding activities, as well as providing oversight for the company’s mixed-use developments nationwide and a $1 billion retail portfolio.

Mr. Weaver joined Catellus in 2000. Roles included spearheading redevelopment at Mueller and overseeing the development of Stapleton Business Center, a 300-acre, 3.5-million-square-foot industrial business park in Denver, Colorado, and CirclePoint Corporate Center.

Mr. Weaver began his commercial real estate career with CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) in its North County San Diego Office in 1992 and was responsible for the marketing of a 500-acre business park, known as the Carlsbad Research Center. In 1996, he transferred to CBRE’s Oakland/East Bay office, and in 1999 he joined Cornish & Carey as a founding partner in their Oakland/East Bay office.