Executive VP of Devel. and Capital InvestmentsMr. Christopher James Barton is Executive Vice President Development and Capital Investments of Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc. Mr. Barton serves as Executive Vice President, Development and Capital Investments, and formerly served as Executive Vice President, Operations and Development since our IPO. Prior to the formation of our Company, Mr. Barton served as Vice President of Construction Development of our predecessor, Hudson Capital, LLC, where he was responsible for operations and development, including establishing and monitoring property budgets, managing property staff and administering vendor contracts. He also managed the development and construction of the Technicolor Building and capital investment activity at the Sunset Gower and Sunset Bronson properties. Mr. Barton has over 25 years of experience in development and construction, encompassing mixed use, office, industrial, and residential projects, from conceptual site plan analysis and entitlements through completion. Prior to joining Hudson Capital, LLC in November 2006, Mr. Barton served as First Vice President for Arden Realty, Inc. from January 1997, where he was responsible for conceptual development, land entitlements, financial analysis and construction management for all real estate developments, including the Howard Hughes Center project, a planned 2.7 million square foot mixeduse development in Los Angeles, California. Before his tenure at Arden Realty, Inc. Mr. Barton was Project Manager at BeersSkanska Construction Company where he managed largescale construction projects in the southeast United States, including the Celebration Place office building complex for Walt Disney Company in Orlando, Florida. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and on the board of directors of Hollywood Freeway Central Park
Age: 51 EVP Since 2015 MBABarton holds a BS degree from Purdue University and MBA degree in both Real Estate and Finance from the University of Georgia.