Daniel Kroetz

Senior Vice President - Development

Office: Middleton, WI

Focus: Providing leadership and oversight of development operations. Dan works closely with developers and the development services staff to facilitate all phases of the development process in an efficient and successful manner.

Experience: Dan has over 18 years of real estate experience.  In his previous role, he was involved with the acquisition and development of over $500 million of affordable housing, totaling approximately 3,500 units. Dan attended the University of Wisconsin – Madison where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Investment & Banking and Real Estate & Urban Land Economics.

Impressive Facts: Prior to joining Commonwealth, Dan was involved with a dozen permanent supportive housing developments that garnered numerous awards.  These developments addressed affordability while also providing the supportive services necessary to ensure that residents remained housed.  These facilities provided housing options for veterans, persons recovering from mental illness, persons with hearing or vision loss, and the homeless.

Fun Stuff: Dan enjoys spending time with his wife and their two young children.  Traveling to new places, boating, campfires, and cheering on the Wisconsin Badgers are a few of his favorite things.

Commonwealth is a team of talented individuals collectively focused on changing the lives of others by providing a safe, secure, and affordable place to call home.


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Commonwealth has been extremely professional and courteous to the staff and the residents still living in our facility. They exceeded our expectations during the construction project as well as during the renovation of a 1923 school. Both projects have turned out to be beautiful and successful for our community.

Nancy McKenzie, Executive Director , Rhinelander Housing Authority