Tag Archives: Gray Development Group

Sean Jarvis

Ross Brown Partners Welcomes Sean Jarvis

 

Ross Brown Partners is pleased to announce Sean Jarvis has joined the firm as a sales associate.

Jarvis joins Ross Brown Partners after successful stints with Catalyst Coaching and Clearlink Technology, where he attained top rankings within those firms and the industry.

He attended Brigham Young University where he completed courses in business management, finance, communication. Jarvis was a member of BYU’s 2009 National Championship Rugby team.

“We feel very fortunate to have attracted such a talented and dedicated individual like Sean”, said Curtis Brown, Principal and Designated Broker, of Ross Brown Partners. “We’re expanding our sales staff and are looking for both experienced brokers as well as newcomers to the industry if they demonstrate the right intangibles.

“Our training program and platform will take care of the rest. Sean has the intangibles that are key to success in the business.”

Jarvis will be working in the areas of industrial and office property leasing and sales.

2010 Best of the Best Awards

2010 BOB Awards: Real Estate Residential

The following companies won the Gold, Silver and Bronze rankings in the Real Estate Residential category of the 2010 BOB Awards.

2010 Best Of The Best Awards: Real Estate Residential


2010 Best of the Best AwardsPulte Homes
Home Builders: AZ

Year Est.: 1956
Developments: 97
Principal(s): John Chadwick
Price Range: $100Ks-$700K+
pulte.com

2010 BOB AwardsBuilding on a reputation of quality home construction and commitment to superior customer satisfaction, Pulte Homes and its Del Webb and Centex brands provide customers a home buying, building and living experience second to none. Pulte’s Arizona presence includes two Phoenix divisions and one in Tucson. Whether building for a first-time buyer, a growing family or new retiree, Pulte Homes goes beyond the old standard of customer satisfaction to a new standard of customer delight by exceeding expectations and building homeowners for life.


2010 Best of the Best AwardsGray Development Group

Multi-Family Builders

2010 BOB AwardsYear Est.: 1992
AZ Staff: 105
Principal(s): Bruce W. Gray
Finished Units: 2,055
graydevelopment.com

2010 BOB AwardsLegacy Custom Building & Remodeling

Remodelers: Homes

2010 BOB Awards
Year Est.:
1988
AZ Staff: 25
Principal(s): Mark Olson, Mike Daniel
legacyaz.com

2010 Best of the Best Hall of Fame

 

red-banner

Best Multi-Family Project 2010

Grigio Metro

Grigio Metro is the first transit-oriented development featuring 408 apartment units wrapped around a 6-story, 860-space parking garage, which includes 300 dedicated park-and-ride spaces for the light rail station. This development was made possible due to a unique public-private partnership between the City of Tempe and Gray Development Group. The park-and-ride portion was completed in time for the opening of the light rail service in December 2009, however, the residential portion of the project opened in August 2009. The project also includes 16,000 SF of ground-floor retail space designed to activate the street frontages surrounding the project.

Developer: Gray Development Group
Contractor: Clark-Wayland Builders
Architect: Studio 15
Size: 322,652 SF
Location: 1811 E. Apache Blvd., Tempe
Completed: August 2009

Honorable Mention: Ninety Degrees Paradise Ridge        Best Mulit-Family Project 2010

Developer: Gray Development Group
Contractor: Clark-Wayland Builders
Architect: Studio 15
Size: 299,000 SF
Location: 18440 N. 68th St., Phoenix
Completed: June 2009


AZRE Red Awards March 2010 | Previous: Most Sustainable Project | Next: Best Public Project



Ninety Degrees Paradise Ridge, AZRE July/August 2009

Multi-Family: Ninety Degrees Paradise Ridge


NINETY DEGREES PARADISE RIDGE

Developer: Gray Development Group
General contractor: Clark-Wayland Builders
Architect: The Bloch Companies
Location: SWC Mayo Blvd. & 68th Street
Size: 299,000 SF

The 348-unit, 6-story apartment complex began construction March 2007 and finishes in July. Subcontractors include MCI, Danco plumbing, Unlimited Drywall, AOI, Gothic Landscape, Hilty’s Electric and Integrated Masonry.

AZRE July/August 2009
Grigio Metro, AZRE July/August 2009

Multi-Family: Grigio Metro


GRIGIO METRO

Developer: Gray Development Group
General contractor: Clark-Wayland Builders
Architect: LB Architecture
Location: McClintock & Apache Light Rail Station, Tempe
Size: 759,000 SF

The first transit-oriented development featuring 408 apartment units wrapped around an 860-space parking garage, which includes 300 dedicated park-and-ride spaces for the light rail station. Construction completion in August; subcontractors include DRH Electric, KCAC, P-Cruz plastering, JDB Paint and Paramount Iron.

AZRE July/August 2009