We develop residential and commercial properties that transform communities and exemplify modern living. Our properties are defined by their ability to fit seamlessly within a city, catalyze the local economy, foster the growth of the surrounding areas, and provide residents and visitors with a full range of community services and amenities.
Greenland USA was established in 2013 as a subsidiary of Greenland Holding Group, which is publicly traded on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) and ranked 311th on the Fortune Global 500. Greenland Group has developed properties in 26 provinces in China as well as in nine countries on four continents, including the US, Australia, Canada, the UK, Germany, Japan, South Korea and Malaysia. We couple our international expertise in large-scale, mixed-use properties, our commitment to design innovation, quality and efficiency, and local market insight, to bring our vision to life. To date, we have invested more than $8B in projects on the east and west coast and we continually assess new opportunities.
Hu Gang has served as president and CEO of Greenland USA since November 2015.
With nearly twenty years of experience in real estate development planning, construction, sales and marketing, Mr. Hu oversees Greenland USA’s $8 billion in assets and explores new opportunities for growth. Mr. Hu leads Greenland USA’s investment strategy and pipeline in alignment with parent company Greenland Group, one of the largest real estate company in the world.
Mr. Hu previously served as vice president of Greenland USA’s New York office, overseeing day to day management of the company’s activities on the east coast and leading its development of Pacific Park Brooklyn.
Mr. Hu joined Greenland Group in June 2003 as the assistant general director of the company’s Northeast China Division. In this role, he oversaw the construction of the 1.1 million-square-foot Shanghai City residential complex in Changchun, China. Prior to joining Greenland USA, he was the deputy general director of the Baltic Pearl project in St. Petersburg, the largest residential development in Russia, and was also deputy general director of the region’s largest shopping center, Pearl Plaza, located within Baltic Pearl.
Mr. Hu received his bachelor’s degree in construction management from Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology. He is a supervision engineer and cost engineer certified by the People’s Republic of China’s Construction Ministry.
Taotao Song brings more than 20 years of real estate development experience to his role as executive vice president of Greenland USA.
Today, Mr. Song oversees Greenland USA’s more than $1B investment at the Oyster Point project in South San Francisco. Mr. Song works closely with senior leaders to drive Greenland USA’s investment pipeline, actively seeking strategic growth opportunities on the West Coast.
Mr. Song joined Greenland Group in 2003, where he served as design director and deputy general manager in the South Jiangsu Real Estate Division, and deputy general manager of Jiangsu regional center in the First Division. He has developed more than 100 million square feet of mixed-use property, including residential towers, hotels, shopping centers and ultra-high-rise office buildings, such as Greenland Wuxi Century City, Greenland Suzhou Central Plaza, Changshu Old Town, Greenland Changzhou Century City, Greenland Zhenjiang Central Plaza, Greenland Nanjing Central Plaza, Yangzhou-Greenland Being Funny and the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel.
Mr. Song holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Tongji University in Shanghai.
Jian Xu oversees construction and design at Greenland USA. He directly leads the design, contract and construction departments for Pacific Park Brooklyn and oversees the design department for the Metropolis project in Los Angeles.
Mr. Xu joined Greenland Group in February 2002 as assistant chief architect. His responsibilities included project planning and the overall architecture for major projects. Mr. Xu led two of Greenland Group’s earliest projects outside of Shanghai, including a 2.2 million-square-foot luxury apartment property and a 165-acre villa project.
Mr. Xu has held a number of senior managerial positions at Greenland Group including serving as assistant general manager and director of design of its northwest business division. He also served as CEO of its Yinchuan City Company where he oversaw development of Century City, a 13 million-square-foot mixed used property in Xi’an’s central business district.
He obtained a bachelor’s degree in construction management from Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology. He is a certified senior engineer in China.
As the Chief Financial Officer of Greenland USA, Jianhong Zhang is responsible for directing the company's accounting, treasury and risk management functions.
Mr. Zhang joined Greenland Group in 2005. Previously, Mr. Zhang served as assistant general manager and director of finance at Greenland Business Group in Shanghai, China, where he oversaw the finance, administration, HR, legal and IT departments. In 2013 and 2015, Mr. Zhang was awarded the Greenland Group Outstanding Business Leader Award.
Mr. Zhang holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial management from Tongji University in Shanghai, and a master’s degree in accounting from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. He is a certified public accountant (CPA) and tax certified specialist in China.
As the director of human resources and administration at Greenland USA, Tian Zhou oversees corporate operations and governance, human resources, IT and administration.
Mr. Zhou has been with Greenland Group for nearly 20 years, having first joined the company in 1999. Since October 2004, Mr. Zhou served as the director of the general office of the First Real Estate Division, overseeing a team of more than 60 people across corporate management and culture, HR, public relations, legal and technology deployment functions. The First Division developed over 30 large-scale office, hotel, residential, retail and ultra-high-rise projects in Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang, with annual construction area of more than 75 million square feet. As a result of his outstanding leadership, the First Division was awarded the Labor Medal by the All-China Federation of All Trade Unions.
Mr. Zhou obtained a bachelor’s degree in history from Shanghai University, as well as a master’s degree in public administration from Fudan University.
As one of two founding members of Greenland USA, Chao Wu is in charge of the more than $1B Metropolis property in downtown Los Angeles, and oversees construction planning and budgeting at Greenland USA. Mr. Wu brings nearly 20 years of experience in this field of work.
Mr. Wu joined Greenland Group in 2011, as deputy director of the engineering contracts. He has led contract negotiations and bidding processes for many ultra high-rise buildings and large-scale complexes throughout China, including the 1,535 foot high-rise in Chengdu, the 1,175 foot high-rise in Wujiang, and the 984 foot high-rise in Changchun.
He has led the construction of a wide array of projects including residential, hotels and commercial office spaces. He has worked on projects totaling 430 million square feet.
Mr. Wu holds a master’s degree in business administration from Shanghai Maritime University.
Mr. Anderson advises senior management on legal, business and strategic matters, overseeing Greenland USA’s legal, compliance, corporate governance and risk management functions.
Before joining Greenland USA, Mr. Anderson served as vice president of legal & general counsel for Millennium Hotels and Resorts. At Millennium, Mr. Anderson headed a group of legal and risk management professionals for a global hospitality company and supervised outside counsel. Prior to that, Mr. Anderson was vice president & senior counsel at Hilton Hotels Corporation (now Hilton Worldwide, Inc.). At Hilton, Mr. Anderson was responsible for providing legal support in connection with all real estate, finance, development, and asset management activities of the company worldwide. Prior to accepting his client Hilton’s invitation to move in-house, Mr. Anderson was a real estate and transactional attorney with O’Melveny & Myers LLP.
Mr. Anderson is licensed to practice in California and Colorado. He is a graduate of Yale Law School and the University of Southern California.
As Director of Sales and Marketing at Greenland USA, Miaomiao Zhang oversees overall coordination and management of global sales initiatives for Greenland USA’s projects. Mrs. Zhang works in collaboration with Greenland Group’s global marketing team to identify and develop marketing initiatives and new customer service opportunities.
Mrs. Zhang joined Greenland Group in April 2007. She has served in several senior managerial positions for Northwestern and Hainan regional subsidiaries of Greenland Group’s real estate business division. Mrs. Zhang has a track record of meeting ambitious sales goals for large-scale residential and commercial real estate projects. Average annual sales of her team totaled $1 to $1.5 billion. Mrs. Zhang has won various rewards for her accomplishments, including the “10-Year Distinguished Service Award” from Greenland Group’s Northwestern subsidiary.
Mrs. Zhang holds a Bachelor Degree in Education from Northeast China Normal University.
Greenland USA partners with local organizations to support a variety of initiatives that create positive change in the communities in which we build. We have supported initiatives from education to health and wellness to job training. We’ve combined the strength of our team—and that of our partners, like AECOM and others—to do everything from hosting career days to participating in charity runs.
Established in Shanghai, China on July 18, 1992, Greenland Holding Group Company Limited (also known as “Greenland Group”) holds an asset size of nearly USD $99B and has ranked among Fortune Global 500 for five consecutive years.
Committed to transforming communities around the world, Greenland Group manages projects in over 100 cities in nine countries on four continents, including the United States, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, South Korea and Malaysia.
Greenland Group specializes in developing large-scale projects while prioritizing quality and efficiency. The company is a leader in the development of ultra-high-rise buildings, large urban complexes, and industrial parks and business districts surrounding transportation centers, such as high-speed railway stations. Currently, there are 23 ultra-high-rise projects under construction or completed by Greenland Group, four of which are among top 10 tallest buildings in the world.
Beyond real estate, Greenland Group has diversified its portfolio by expanding into strategic and related industries, such as retail and transportation.