Avalon Park Group Names JJ Sofarelli Senior Vice President of Development

Avalon Park Group Names JJ Sofarelli Senior Vice President of Development

Orlando, FL. (January 8, 2020) – Avalon Park Group promoted JJ Sofarelli to Senior Vice President of Development.

Sofarelli will be responsible for spearheading APG’s vertical development in its various projects throughout central Florida and Texas.

In his position as Vice President of Development, Sofarelli was instrumental in positioning APG as a leader in the development of master-planned communities throughout the Tampa and Orlando markets.

“Over the past 5 years that JJ has been with the company, he has shown tremendous passion and vision towards the goals of Avalon Park Group,” says Beat Kahli, CEO, Avalon Park Group. “As APG’s development portfolio expands, we have a great leader in JJ driving our development projects.”

About Avalon Park Group
Avalon Park Group is a uniquely diversified family of companies engaged in businesses ranging from master-planned community development to home building, mining and property management, in Florida, Texas and Switzerland. With more than $1 billion in total assets, Avalon Park Group combines its exceptional reputation, sound business experience, and significant financial resources to invest in extraordinary opportunities. At Avalon Park Group, our mission is to change the way the world lives, learns, works and plays through creating healthy sustainable communities and every aspect thereof. Avalon Park Group develops communities like Avalon Park, where our residential villages are surrounded by preservation, fields, and ponds that are interconnected by roadways, pedestrian walks, and trails that provide effortless access to For more information on Avalon Park Group, visit www.AvalonParkGroup.com or call 407-658-6565.

Contact: Stephanie Lerret, Avalon Park Group, 407-427-6073.


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