George Arnold is a partner at Hamilton Partners. He joined the industrial division in 1991 after receiving a Master of Management Degree from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. Prior to Kellogg, Mr. Arnold spent five years as a commercial loan officer at Cambridge Trust Company in Cambridge, Massachusetts and four years as a semi-pro hockey player in Sun Valley, Idaho. Mr. Arnold spent twenty-four years in Chicago working in the Industrial Division as a leasing agent and development partner.
George Arnold joined the industrial division in 1991 and is a partner at Hamilton Partners. He is currently the co-managing partner for Hamilton Partners’ Salt Lake City and Phoenix Offices. George oversees the Salt Lake City and Phoenix team’s Office, Industrial and Multi-Family development activities.
Since moving to Utah in 2015, George has been involved in the development, leasing, and disposition of the I-215 Commerce Center industrial project, East Village Phase I multi-family project, the Sandy Towers East office building, and the acquisition of the 324 State Street office building.
George and the Salt Lake team have recently developed and leased a 478,000 SF industrial project Hamilton I-215 Logistics Center, one mile from the Salt Lake City International Freight terminal with prime freeway exposure and 550,000 SF of industrial in Phase I and Phase II of the Lake Park Commerce Center in West Valley, Utah. The 255,000 SF Lake Park Commerce Center Phase III is currently under construction with 155,000 SF pre-leased to an international corporation. Also under construction is the Inland Logistics Center a speculative 464,000 SF cross dock facility off of I-80 in Salt Lake City. In the Phoenix area, George and team developed, leased, and financed a 300,000 sf industrial project in Avondale, Arizona.