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