Hines Southwest Region CEO to Discuss the Future of Houston at April 16 Breakfast

Published on April 2, 2015

Mark Cover to discuss “Envisioning the Future in a Dynamic City”

The Bauer College Alumni Association (BCAA) will feature Hines Southwest Regions CEO Mark Cover as the keynote speaker of their breakfast series at 7 a.m. on April 16 at the Houston City Club to discuss the topic “Envisioning the Future in a Dynamic City.”

Since Hines celebrated the Williams Tower completion in 1983, it has dominated the uptown landscape as the third-tallest skyscraper in Houston. But that year also saw another celebration for Hines. The company welcomed Cover to lead the southwest region of the international real estate firm.

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Mark Cover
Senior Managing Director, CEO, Southwest Region
Hines

Mark Cover

Mark Cover

Mark Cover has aided in the “development, acquisition and/or management of more than 28 million square feet of commercial real estate” worth over $2 billion in five states — Texas, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona — and internationally in Mexico and Panama.

Cover is also notably responsible for the development of high-rise condominiums, critical investment relationships, and property financings throughout the region. In recent years, he has aided in the management of properties such as the 289-unit tower called  Hines Market Square, which broke ground in January 2015. Completion of this is expected in 2017.

Cover received a Bachelor’s in Accounting from Bob Jones University in 1982, just a year prior to joining Hines. He became a Certified Public Accountant in 1987 but has since retired from this position.

By Trey Strange

Posted Under: Alumni

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