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Swire’s Megan Kelly set to retire

Brickell City Centre developer's executive vice president spent 25 years with firm
Megan Kelly

Megan Kelly

Swire Properties executive vice president Megan Kelly is set to retire on Nov. 7 after 25 years with the company.

Kelly had a major role in Swire’s development of 12 towers on Miami’s Brickell Key and the $1.1 billion mixed-use Brickell City Centre, which is under construction. She relocated to Miami from New York in 1989 to join the company. In a written statement released on Tuesday, Swire cited Kelly’s desire to travel and ramp up her civic contributions to Miami.

Swire has not chosen a successor to Kelly, according to the Miami Herald.

Launched in Miami 35 years ago, Swire is a wholly-owned subsidiary of publicly-listed Hong Kong company Swire Properties Ltd. [Miami Herald]Eric Kalis