BS – Industrial Engineering
Texas A&M University
Masters of Business Administration
Harvard Business School
Professional Registrations &
National Association of Industrial
and Office Parks, Member
Association of Commercial Real
Estate Executives, Member
US Bank, Advisory Board Member
Aerospace Museum of California,
Member of Board of Directors
Sacramento Council of the Urban
Land Institute, Former Chairman
Building Industry Association of
Superior California, Former
Placer County Child Abuse
Prevention Council, Former
Sacramento Kings, Investor
Summary of Qualifications
Larry has been involved in Real Estate for more than 40 years. Larry
Kelley is an active real estate developer and investor, with properties in
Northern California and Texas. He is President and a Managing Member
of McClellan Park, LLC, the development group responsible for
converting McClellan Air Force Base into a 3,000-acre business park.
Investments and operating companies focus on opportunistic real estate
opportunities in land, industrial, and office buildings, and apartments.
His entities control over 8,900,000 square feet of buildings and 800 acres
of developable land.
Mr. Kelley is also President and Managing Member of Stanford Ranch I,
LLC, a 4,000-acre master planned community in Rocklin, CA featuring
8,000 homes and approximately over 500 acres of land dedicated to retail,
office and industrial use.
Bringing a vast array of experience in large-scale development, Mr.
Kelley oversaw the entitlement and development of Stanford Ranch,
which included developing and implementing a long-term phasing plan
flexible enough to meet the needs of a changing economic environment
over several economic cycles. In addition, Mr. Kelley and his team
worked with the County of Sacramento to develop the vision for
McClellan Park. When most business and political leaders in the region
felt the base closure spelled certain economic collapse for northern
Sacramento County, Mr. Kelley saw the opportunity to convert the base
into a first class multi-faceted business park. This was accomplished by
a combination of adaptive reuse of selected existing facilities and
developing new buildings as needs required. As the vision for the project
has been implemented, it has surpassed the number of jobs housed at the
time of closure and will be a major economic engine for the County of
Sacramento well into the future.
In addition to Mr. Kelley’s role in Stanford Ranch and McClellan Business
Park, his forty years of experience include more than 20 master planned
communities in Florida, Texas, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia,
Tennessee, Illinois, Minnesota, Nevada, Arizona and California.