Douglas Wilson Companies (DWC), a 26-year veteran firm specializing in a wide range of real estate and fiduciary workout services, is pleased to announce the opening of an Arizona-based office. The Phoenix addition accompanies DWC’s existing offices in Las Vegas, San Diego, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
“As our portfolio and services continue to grow – urban-core projects, senior housing, single family residential and real estate advisory services – our geographic presence must also expand,” said DWC Chief Operating Officer Nicholas Wilson.
This opening extends DWC’s footprint in the Southwest region, where current development projects are underway – including One | Hundred | Mill, a $190 million mixed-use, urban infill property in Tempe, Arizona.
“DWC believes in a multi-local approach in cultivating communities. We anticipate this opening will foster continued relationships and add an additional vantage point for exploring fresh opportunities within the Phoenix valley area,” said DWC Chairman and CEO Douglas Wilson.
The Arizona office is located at 502 South College Avenue, Suite 300 in Tempe, AZ 85281.
Monterey Place: Entry Level Homes in Chula Vista
Douglas Wilson Companies (DWC) is currently managing the development of Monterey Place, a 3.9-acre land parcel in San Diego County. This project will offer 23 entry level, single family homes and include two floor plans of four- and five-bedrooms, ranging from 1,708 square feet to 1,973 square feet on 5,000 square-foot lots. This west Chula Vista project broke ground in early December 2015. DWC estimates homes to be delivered in the second quarter of 2016.
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For more information on Monterey Place please visit: MontereyPlaceHomes.com
Michele Vives Joins Lambda Alpha International
Douglas Wilson Companies (DWC) is proud to recognize one of its own, Michele Vives, as a new member of the distinguished society, Lambda Alpha International (LAI). Established in 1930, LAI was instituted to foster the study of land economics and includes a global reach of outstanding individuals in various disciplines related to land use. The induction process is highly selective, requiring: 10 or more years of experience in their fields; professional distinction; outstanding contributions to the field of land economics; demonstrating a commitment to public service and high standards of professional ethics.
Michele Vives, a Senior Managing Director with DWC, is responsible for oversight and management of DWC’s public-private partnership (P3) and third-party development services projects throughout the country. She brings a decade of diverse work experience in the real estate development industry to DWC, including extensive P3 development expertise.