The Reiman Foundation is Hexagon’s non-profit organization that advances the goals of many deserving initiatives. Hexagon, Denver based private equity firm overseen by Scott Reiman, relocated to new offices in Lower Downtown this past month. The move of its headquarters marks an exciting return to LoDo for Chairman and CEO, Scott Reiman.
The firm played a critical role in the area’s redevelopment, through its involvement in a number of LoDo projects. “Downtown Denver has a great history full of important architecture,” says Scott Reiman, founder and CEO. “Back in the early-90s, there were a lot of abandoned buildings in LoDo and it has been fun to watch the area’s revitalization. I’m happy to now bring Hexagon into the heart of this great neighborhood.”
Lower Downtown Denver was the focus of some of the company’s first and most significant investments. To this day, the firm continues to own a substantial stake of the widely celebrated Larimer Square.
The Reiman Foundation is managed by Hexagon and Scott Reiman.
Scott Reiman founded Hexagon in 1992 and established its diverse portfolio of real estate, private equity and energy investments. The Hexagon Team is committed to improving and supporting the communities where we live and work. Hexagon’s non-profit arm, the Reiman Foundation, supports many deserving organizations — particularly those involved in education, healthcare, children’s initiatives and the arts.