Be a leader in the real estate industry through strategy and creative design—focusing on the betterment of the communities in which we build.

Meet Our Team

The principals of Integral Communities have experience and expertise that is a proven formula for success in the real estate development business. They spent more than a decade growing Western Pacific Housing into a Western states homebuilding and development powerhouse. Recognized as the 12th-largest homebuilder in the country, Western Pacific was later sold to D.R. Horton in excess of $1 billion in market capitalization. The next step for these five visionary real estate professionals was obvious.

This highly regarded team created Integral Communities and positioned the company from its inception in the land entitlement and development business. Integral Communities creates new opportunities from underutilized or undeveloped parcels of land through value-added land planning. The firm employs highly disciplined and time-tested concepts for improved ways of evaluating and executing on real estate acquisitions that result in refined land development solutions that better serve the needs of communities today.

For the principals at Integral, the business model has been clear for the past decade, as the company has successfully re-entitled, repositioned and value engineered a wide and varied array of large-scale development projects. The Integral team continues to identify and bring such opportunities to completion while adjusting to an ever-changing and challenging marketplace. Today, the Integral team is effectively positioned to deliver projects to the market, throughout California, that match the needs of today’s demands, including for-sale, apartment, mixed-use and residential multifamily opportunities.

Integral’s focus, strategy and expertise create and provide excellent value-added ownership and development opportunities for the company and its partners. This unique philosophy and ethic keeps Integral among the leading diversified real estate development companies in the West.