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Category: 2011

2011 Inductee: Emma Rovick

With a significant amount of determination and strong leadership, Emma Rovick, a housewife and mother of three, built Edina Realty to be one of the largest real estate companies in the nation. While expanding the company from a single branch to a full-service real estate… Continue reading

2011 Inductee: Bernard Rice

Bernard Rice played a significant role in defining the real estate profession, elevating the education and ethical standards within the industry and creating initiatives that benefited real estate in his role as executive officer of both the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors and the Minnesota… Continue reading

2011 Inductee: Darrel Holt

Most major downtown Minneapolis office buildings have more in common than just location; it is likely that, at some point in time, they were sold by Darrel Holt. During his career, Mr. Holt sold 15 shopping centers and brokered about 30 purchases of downtown Minneapolis… Continue reading

2011 Inductee: Robert Hoffman

####VIDEO HERE#### Robert Hoffman has been described as the dean of Twin Cities land-use lawyers. His expertise, credibility, and determination have helped him to not only build a successful law firm but also representing clients in many notable real estate projects in the Twin Cities… Continue reading

2011 Inductee: the Dayton Brothers

The retail real estate market both locally and nationally has been influenced by the role of the Dayton brothers. Their family legacy of retail real estate began in 1902 when George Draper Dayton developed a six-story building on Nicollet Mall to house R.S. Goodfellow and… Continue reading