Craig Krumwiede was honored as one of Arizona’s top residential development leaders by Arizona Busines Leaders.
Craig and Dave Krumwiede did not have to look hard to find their passions in the commercial property markets
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – A Phoenix man was recognized Tuesday for his quick action to help save two people from a burning home in May.
The Phoenix Fire Department presented its Citizen Lifesaving Award to Tim Brislin, project manager for Scottsdale-based developer Harvard Investmetns and a Valley Partnership board member, according to the partnership’s website.
ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Last year, the Scottsdale-based real estate investment and development fir Harvard Investments bought Rio Rancho’s 1,600-acre master-planned community Mariposa. With a reputation of buyin and investing in distressed communities, the purchase of Mariposa was Harvard’s first time working in the New Mexico market.
Phoenix, Ariz. – Harvard Investments, a Scottsdale-based real estate development and investment firm, has formed a joint venture partnership with Phoenix-based Brookfield Communities an Arizona home builder, land holder and master-planned developer.
ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Mariposa East, the core development area of the formerly extensive Mariposa community in Rio Rancho, appears to have emerged from a troubled past with its recent acquisition by Scottsdale, Ariz. – based Harvard Investments.
“We have communities throughout Arizona and Texas. We are pleased to add our first New Mexico project,” said Harvard’s Timothy Brislin in a news release statement announcing the acquisition.
Red light and speed camera maker American Traffic Solutions is moving its corporate base and 600 employees to Mesa. ATS has its headquarters in Tempe with offices in Scottsdale. It will consolidate those operations at the new Waypoint development in Mesa.
Tempe-based photo-radar provider American Traffic Solutions will move its corporate headquarters and 600 jobs to a new office building planned at Mesa’s Riverview complex by fall 2015, the company announced Tuesday.
Two Valley-based developers, Harvard Investments and Lincoln Property Co., are building the 250,000-square- foot Waypoint office complex in northwest Mesa near Alma School Road and Bass Pro Drive and are expected to break ground in January 2015.