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Brian J. Gibbons

Brian J. Gibbons

Chairman & CEO
Greenberg Gibbons

Brian J. Gibbons

Brian J. Gibbons

Brian J. Gibbons in 1999 joined Greenberg Gibbons, a developer of mixed-use, town center and retail properties. He was was named chairman of the board in 2010. His mixed-use and revitalization projects are worth more than $1.2 billion.

His accomplishments for the firm are the development of the Village and Waugh Chapel and Chapel Towne Centre, the redevelopment of Hunt Valley Towne Center, Annapolis Towne Center, Edgewater Village Center, Woodmore Town Centre, Town Centre Laurel, Foundry Row, The Shops at Kenilworth, Towson Row and Waldorf Station.

Previously, he was a partner and member of the management committee of Fedder and Garten, P.A. He has a bachelor’s degree and a law degree from the University of Maryland. He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers and serves on the boards of Sinai Hospital, Hospice of the Chesapeake and the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

In 2013, Gibbons received the Distinguished Citizens Award from the Boy Scouts of America’s Baltimore Chapter for exemplifying strong community leadership and personal integrity. In 2014, What’s Up Annapolis named him one of the “People Who Make a Difference” for his community involvement.

He previously was named an Influential Marylander in 2015. In 2017, The Daily Record recognized him as Most Admired CEO.

Most recently, he was named to the State of Maryland’s Private Sector Economic Development.

This is a winner profile from The Daily Record's 2019 Influential Marylanders awards.

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One comment

  1. Cathy Guttenberger

    Congratulations, you deserve all the acaloads ,and more.What a great example you set for other cooperate leaders,you have set the ladder high,hope others can climb to that hight that you have achieved.
    You are a fantastic individual to know,and part of a family that all set the bar high in all they do. You all give of yourselves to help others.