Chairman of the Board & CEO
Brian Gibbons joined Greenberg Gibbons in May 1999 and has helped set the strategic vision for the company’s developments across the mid-Atlantic region. He’s overseen the development and management of more than 10 million square feet in projects with a value greater than $1.5 billion.
He’s led many of the region’s premier developments, including the Village at Waugh Chapel and Waugh Chapel Towne Centre in Anne Arundel County; Hunt Valley Towne Centre, Foundry Row and The Shops at Kenilworth in Baltimore; Annapolis Towne Center at Parole in Annapolis. He’s currently overseeing the company’s latest projects, including Towson Row and Waldorf Station.
“Having been married 34 years and being the father of six children, I consider my family to be my biggest success,” Gibbons said when selected to The Daily Record’s Power 100 list in February 2021. “As it relates to business, I feel our mixed-use town center concepts, including Hunt Valley Towne Centre, Annapolis Town Center, Waugh Chapel Towne Centre and Foundry Row to be our biggest successes because they have filled a community need and desire.”
In the community, Gibbons currently serves on the boards of LifeBridge Health; the University of Maryland; the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and Hospice of the Chesapeake. He’s been appointed to state roles as a commissioner to The Augustine Commission on Business, The Knot Commission of School Construction and the Inter Agency Commission on School Construction.
He was named chairman of the board in 2010. Gibbons holds a Bachelor of Arts in social sciences and a Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland.
He enjoys playing tennis in his free time as a way to unplug. “I have played tennis my whole life and after taking 30 years off to raise a family, I have been able to get back to playing tennis and now pickleball,” Gibbons said.