Construction: Brookfield's Ryan named to Hall of Fame

Brookfield Homes President John Ryan Jr. was awarded the highest honor in the homebuilding industry with his induction to the Hall of Fame.

Mr. Ryan, who grew up in Santa Rosa, was nominated and selected by a group of previous Hall of Fame inductees representing all aspects of the homebuilding industry, who recognized him for his career, industry leadership and volunteerism.

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In a homebuilding career spanning almost three decades, Mr. Ryan worked for KB Homes in Northern and Southern California and in Paris before starting the Bay Area operation of Brookfield Homes. In his capacity as president, Mr. Ryan directs the activities of land entitlement and homebuilding for master planned communities and neighborhood creation throughout the greater Bay Area.

“It is extremely rewarding to enrich the lives of so many others by creating outstanding homes and communities,” he said. “I am truly honored to follow in the footsteps of so many inspirational building industry leaders.”

Mr. Ryan’s next big project for Brookfield is the University Park master planned community in Rohnert Park. This 1,400-home community hopes to offer distinctive architecture, walkable neighborhoods and appealing community amenities.

“It will be a pleasure to be building in the area where I grew up," said Mr. Ryan. "I have so many great memories of living in the North Bay Area, and I’m excited to create a new neighborhood where people can raise their families.”

Mr. Ryan, a graduate of St. Mary’s College in Moraga, serves on the board of its School of Economics and Business Administration. He also serves on the board of the Green Music Center at Sonoma State University. He is an active member of the executive board of HomeAid of Northern California, a non-profit organization whose mission to build and maintain dignified housing in which homeless families and individuals can rebuild their lives.***

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