By blending a variety of neighborhoods with schools, parks, recreation, commercial, retail, dining, healthcare, and more, the PARC Group's Nocatee development has become one the best-selling master-planned communities in America and one of the most desired communities to call home on the First Coast. Maurice (Mo) Rudolph will discuss this development as well as planned future development in the area of St. Johns County. He will also address how other area developments that may impact the Nocatee community and the potential effect the E-Town development may have on St Johns County.
Mo, PARC Group Community Development Director, where he focuses on real estate operations, builder relations and optimization of capital investments throughout Nocatee. Mr. Rudolph has over 25 years of experience in real estate transactions, development, operations, and engineering, across major property types including retail, multifamily, office, residential and mixed-use.
Prior to joining The PARC Group in 2018, Mr. Rudolph was the Vice President of Land Acquisition & Development with CalAtlantic Homes responsible for the deployment and subsequent returns of real estate investment capital in Northeast Florida. Mr. Rudolph also served as Vice President of Land Operations with Standard Pacific Homes where he focused on divisional growth and builder operations in Duval and St. Johns Counties. Prior to national homebuilding, Mr. Rudolph was the Senior Vice President of Montgomery Land Company where he planned and developed large master planned communities which included multifamily, office, residential and mixed-use real estate parcels. Mr. Rudolph began his career as an engineer with Connelly & Wicker Inc. specializing in both public and private sector projects while obtaining his professional licensure.
Mr. Rudolph received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from University of Florida Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering and a Master of Business Administration from the University of North Florida. Mr. Rudolph is actively involved with the Urban Land Institute, serving as a Past Chairman, Chair for the Governance Committee and on the Advisory Board for the North Florida District Council. Mr. Rudolph is also a Past Chairman of the Northeast Florida American Red Cross where he was presented the 2016 Harry Kincaid Award for extraordinary leadership with over 25 years of volunteer service. Mr. Rudolph also received the 2014 Hispanic Leadership Award - Non-Profit Leader of the Year presented by Mayor Alvin Brown and the Mayor's Hispanic American Advisory Board. Mr. Rudolph recently joined the Northeast Florida Builders Association Board of Directors where he plans to stay involved in current governmental affairs in our region.