Big Art, Big Impact with Daniel Doyle
Dot Dot Dot: The NINE dot ARTS Podcast
Chief Operating Officer, The Beach Company
Daniel Doyle, Chief Operating Officer of Charleston-based real estate developer The Beach Company, shares his experience building vertical projects throughout the Southeast. He reflects on the value of art and culture to support developers’ responsibilities to deliver quality, thought-provoking projects that positively impact the communities where they do business. Dan tells the story of collaborating with renowned Australian artist Guido van Helten to create an 8-story mural that pays homage to the desegregation of South Carolina schools. The mural portrays Ms. Pearlie Harris, the first African American teacher to teach in Greenville’s public school system post segregation, surrounded by young students. Dan emphasizes the outpouring of community support and goodwill that resulted from this integration of public art and real estate development, which generated tremendous social and financial benefits for the project.
About Daniel Doyle:
Dan Doyle joined The Beach Company in 2004, with the role of expanding the company’s multi-family residential real estate portfolio throughout the southeast. Today, as Chief Operating Officer, Dan is responsible for all development, marketing, and asset and property management functions of The Beach Company. He has more than 25 years of real estate industry experience, with the majority spent in the multifamily development and management sectors.
About Dot Dot Dot: The NINE dot ARTS Podcast
Dot Dot Dot is the continuing conversation around art in the built environment. Hosted by NINE dot ARTS CEO Martha Weidmann, episodes explore art, culture, placemaking, and more with a range of reputable art and business leaders. Tune in biweekly to learn how an original art experience can boost your business and make a social impact. Download the 2021 State of the Art Report to learn more.
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