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Scott Felix

Executive Vice President
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Scott Felix is a graduate of the University of Southern California, School of Policy, Planning and Development. Scott is licensed by the State of California as a Real Estate Broker and a General Building Contractor.

Currently serving as Executive Vice President of Hutton Development Company, Scott actively leads the acquisition, construction finance, asset management and refinance of real estate developments in the following asset classes: apartment communities, student apartment communities, and retail centers that support Hutton Apartment Communities.

During Mr. Felix’s career Hutton has developed thousands of apartment homes throughout Southern California, including student housing communities with University of California and California State University campuses, and the flagship College Park mixed use development, a master-planned community including 448 apartment homes, single family homes, integrated shops, and restaurants adjacent to the eight Claremont Colleges. Within the real estate recession of 2009-2010, Mr. Felix managed the acquisition and entitlement of five new development sites of several hundred apartment homes and 45,000 square feet of supporting retail space in Los Angeles, Riverside & San Bernardino Counties.

Additionally, Mr. Felix serves as President of Hutton Management Group (HMG). HMG provides asset management services and is directly responsible for the management and operations of all Hutton owed real estate assets in Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties. Mr. Felix is a member of the Executive Board of the USC’s Lusk Center for Real Estate and has lectured within Pepperdine University’s, Master of Science in Real Estate curriculum.  Mr. Felix has spoken and participated on panels before such industry groups as the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) addressing issues impacting development, investment, and operations of Southern California apartment communities.  Mr. Felix is a former member of the Board of Directors and a supporter of Habitat for Humanity in Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties.