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About Us

History

KGRW offers real estate owners and developers fully integrated, turnkey processes and services that turn development ideas, large and small, into thriving facilities and communities. The firm’s commissions range from urban planning and commercial development to senior living communities and multi-family housing to corporate environments, educational facilities, church design and single-family housing.

KGRW was founded by principals Kevin Glover and Robert Weaver during the recession in 2009. Both had fruitful careers with Erickson Retirement Communities in Baltimore, Maryland, before deciding to join forces on a new venture. KGRW has since grown at a steady pace, providing master-planning and design services to developers across the United States and China.

The depth of the KGRW team’s background in high-density senior living communities brings a unique perspective to large-scale development, from concept, planning and design through construction and ongoing management. The KGRW process begins with invaluable understanding of the complete life cycle of a development and results in added value for owners, operators and investors.

KGRW is continually expanding its knowledge and scope in the specialized field of senior living. In addition to master planning and facilities design, the firm’s principals partner with government agencies to explore and address the rapidly growing senior population in the United States. A recent example is a 20-year master plan, Planning for the Growth of the Older Adult Population in Howard County, Maryland, prepared as a guide for the county’s Office on Aging.

The firm is currently engaged in forward-looking project across the United States and in China, including master planning for a 1,750-unit, 100-acre, multi-phase CCRC (Continuing Care Retirement Community) in Salt Lake City, Utah, and conceptual development for a 1.3 million sq. ft. CCRC in Beijing, China, among other projects.