Scott Reiman is one of Denver’s top business, civic and philanthropic leaders. As the founder and president of Hexagon, a private investment company headquartered in Denver, Reiman focuses on key areas including private equity, energy and real estate. Scott Reiman’s firm is also a long-time investor in Denver’s commercial sector, supporting the development of high-profile downtown landmarks including Larimer Square and Market Street Center.
This business leadership has also put Hexagon at the center of many important real estate projects across the country and internationally including numerous residential, commercial and hospitality developments.
Scott Reiman couples his business acumen with a strong sense of philanthropic and civic duty to his community. From his Milwaukee childhood, Reiman’s family instilled in him a strong sense of commitment to the common good. After earning a finance degree from the University of Denver, Reiman remained in Colorado and founded Hexagon in 1992.
In addition, Scott Reiman is the managing director of the Reiman Foundation, Hexagon’s non-profit foundation. With a focus on children’s initiatives, education, the arts and healthcare, Reiman has remained a faithful supporter of some of Colorado’s most important institutions including the Denver Art Museum, the Alliance for Choice in Education Scholarships, the Denver Dumb Friends League and more.
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