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Curt Noland

General ManagerVice President

HomeFed Corp.

1903 Wright Pl. Ste., 220
CarlsbadCA92008
Curt Noland, vice president and general manager of Carlsbad-based residential real estate developer HomeFed Corp. (OTC: HOFD), began creating master-planned communities when he was 5 years old.
"I used to go in the front yard and build houses out of sticks and roads, and bigger buildings that were meeting houses, and put a little stream through it," said Noland. "I'd drive my little cars through the streets."
Now 51, Noland manages the entitlement, design, development and sale of HomeFed's projects: the 1,980-acre San Elijo Hills master-planned community in the southwestern hills of San Marcos; approximately 2,800 acres within Chula Vista's 23,899-acre Otay Ranch; and a 1,600-acre vineyard in Madera County, northeast of Fresno.

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