“Relationships…it’s what Hollub Homes has been about for as long as I can remember,” says Harry. Harry grew up on the job sites, accompanying his father from the time he was a toddler. After receiving an MBA from the University of Miami and working for Ryder Systems as a Financial Analyst, he joined Hollub Homes full time in 1986 after obtaining his contractor’s license.
Harry’s passion for building has him constantly looking for new methods and materials to incorporate in his homes. However, it is his straight-forward approach which has made Hollub Homes the talk of the town.
Harry is credited with demystifying what can be an overwhelming process of building a home or renovation. His uncanny ability of connecting to his clients has made him a sought-after builder in the marketplace. That coupled with his unwavering demand for quality of workmanship has made Hollub Homes, as one customer says, “different than any other builder in the market!”
Aaron is the first 3rd generation Hollub to join the family business. His path to Hollub Homes began at an early age with trips to the office and job sites with Harry and Marvin. In addition to studying architecture in high school, Aaron spent his high school summers working for Hollub Homes.
Aaron graduated cum laude from Georgetown University in 2010 with majors in accounting and operations management. Aaron later earned an MBA with honors from the Kellogg School of Management with a concentration in real estate.
Before Kellogg, he worked on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Since joining Hollub Homes, Aaron has been involved in all aspects of the business – from construction management to business development. Aaron is proud to carry on the family tradition of exceptional custom home building and development in South Florida.
Amy Marcus Hollub
Vice-President of Real Estate Sales
Amy’s path to Vice President of Real Estate Sales for Hollub Homes has taken her through two exciting professions, law and real estate. After graduating from University of Miami Law School in 1989, Amy practiced for 8 years focusing on commercial litigation and aviation insurance defense work. But, inspired by the design and building of Hollub Homes, she ventured into real estate, and the family business in 2005.
Amy provides strategic direction and oversight of the sales efforts and assists with property acquisition. Her knowledge of the company’s prime building locations makes her an invaluable resource to clients. This coupled with her relationships within the real estate community ensure that Hollub clients get the house and property they want.
Amy is very involved in the community working with various non-profits and organizations.
Originally from Panama where she obtained her degree in Interior Architecture and Design from the University of Panama, she later attended Istituto Europeo Di Design in Milan.
Patricia began her career as an Interior Designer in the city of Panama and in 2009 moved to the city of Miami.
With over a decade and a half of experience as a designer, Patricia brings a cultured, international touch to the design team at Hollub Homes.
Chad Anderson is a new addition to the Hollub Homes team. He started out remodeling houses with his family when he was 15 years old and has always had a love for construction. He was born and raised in Palmetto Bay and is a graduate of Florida State University. Since joining with Hollub Homes he has been involved in everything from accounting to field work and project management. Chad is an avid musician and a lover of the ocean and the outdoors.
Founder and Advisor
Marvin is the founder of Hollub Homes which he started in 1954 in what today is Pinecrest, FL. He is a graduate of the University of Miami. He and Mimi have been married for more than 60 years and he loves to spends time with his five grandchildren. Marvin’s a fitness buff who plays golf when his shoulder isn’t sore. And you can still see him on the job sites almost every day, “just making sure everything is in order.”
Helene Hollub has been a leader in building and design for over 25 years.
Helene’s designs have been featured in multiple publications such as Florida Design Magazine, Luxe and Kitchen and Bath Magazines and several television design shows including HGTV. She has won dozens of design awards including Best of Show twice (2006, 2013) for the South Florida Prism BEST Awards. She was named “Taste Maker” by the Onare kick-off party for the internationally renowned Art Basel Exposition.
She attributes the need of overall continuity as the link to giving a homeowner a true sense of the inside and outside of their home “working together.” Her perspective on design is not the norm. She knows that as “things evolve the classics remain the same.” This has given Helene the opportunity to use new technology while incorporating materials from around the world.
Helene is an avid outdoors person, Helene captains her own yacht and loves the ocean.