FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES BOLSTERS ITS FLORIDA OPERATIONS WITH TWO NEW HIRES
COMPANY ADDS MIKE TAYLOR AS DIVISION VICE PRESIDENT, BILL FOX AS PROJECT MANAGER
FrontDoor Communities announced today that it has expanded its central / south Florida office with the addition of Mike Taylor as division vice president and Bill Fox as project manager. Both Taylor and Fox are industry veterans who bring extensive experience in real estate and construction to their new roles.
“We are extremely excited to welcome these two dynamic industry veterans to the FrontDoor team,” said Terry Russell, CEO and partner. “Expanding our presence and capabilities in the vibrant central and south Florida markets is a priority for us, and I’m confident Mike and Bill will be invaluable assets to our company.”
As division vice president, Taylor will oversee real estate acquisitions, development, sales and homebuilding throughout Florida. He brings more than 25 years of experience to FrontDoor. Previously, Taylor served as chief operating officer at Charter Restoration where he sourced new business opportunities within the multi-family, commercial real estate and hospitality markets. He holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Indiana University and is an active member of the Northeast Florida Builders Association and Urban Land Institute. Taylor has also served as chair of the Northeast Florida Sales and Marketing Council.
In Fox’s new role as project manager, he will provide executive hands-on management for several FrontDoor development projects. Before joining FrontDoor Communities, Fox was a general manager at Grayhawk Homes of Iowa, Inc. In this role, he was responsible for restructuring the company for expansion into other markets. Fox oversaw plan development, lot acquisitions, construction, sales and more. Throughout his career, he has been responsible for several facets of development.
Fox has a bachelor’s degree in construction technology and an A.A.S. degree in architectural technology from Purdue University. He has served in the United States Marine Corps.