Titan Building Senior Living Community in Northeast Heights

DEC 2013 ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS JOURNAL

A senior living community, Élan – Santa Monica, is being developed in Albuquerque's Northeast Heights by Titan Senior Living, an arm of Titan Development. Élan is a 110-unit community on 4 acres, located within the 60-acre Santa Monica development, which includes the 280-unit multifamily project Broadstone Santa Monica. (read article online)

Titan Senior Living Announces Plans for New Braunfels Community

DEC 2013 SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL

Albuquerque-based Titan Senior Living has announced new details for a new senior-housing community in the city of New Braunfels. Known as Élan – Westpointe, the community will feature a mix of assisted-living, memory-support and independent-living residences. (read article online)

Upscale Senior Living Coming to Broadstone Santa Monica

DEC 2013 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Construction is expected to get underway in mid-2014 on Elan – Santa Monica, an upscale 110-unit senior living community on the same 60-acre tract as the 280-unit Broadstone Santa Monica apartments at 6401 Santa Monica NE, east across Interstate 25 from the Journal Center. The more than $10 million project, which will create an estimated 200 construction jobs, was announced Thursday by Titan Senior Living, a joint venture of AlbuquerqueÕs Titan Development and Des Moines, Iowa-based LCS®, short for Life Care Services. (read article online)

$22M Elan Westpointe to New Braunfels

NOV 2013 NEWSTALK TEXAS

NEW BRAUNFELS - Titan Development is set to break ground on Elan Westpointe. The $22 million project will be located at the intersection of Oak Run Pkwy.  Plans call for a three-story assisted-living building with 75 units, and an attached one-story memory support wing with 38 units with commons spaces. (read article online)

Titan's Five New Developments

OCT 2013 AUSTIN / SAN ANTONIO REAL ESTATE BISNOW

Albuquerque-based Titan Development is betting big on the San Antonio area (we did the same thing except it was a horse named "San Antonio Area"), with a slew of senior housing projects in the pipeline and a major industrial park coming to Schertz. David Dronet Titan Senior Living prez David Dronet tells us his firm is breaking ground on Élan Westpointe, a 113-unit assisted living project in New Braunfels, this fall. (read article online)

West Side Luxury Apartments Soon to Rise

OCT 2013 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Construction is expected to begin in early October on the $23 million Broadstone Cottonwood, a 254-unit luxury apartment project on the hill between the Intel Corp. plant in Rio Rancho and Albuquerque's Cottonwood area. A joint venture of AlbuquerqueÕs Titan Development and Phoenix-based Alliance Residential, Broadstone Cottonwood will be built on 13.3 now-vacant acres on the west side of N.M. 528. It will consist of 24 mostly two- and three-story buildings with a total of 325,433 square feet of space, which includes rental garages. (read article online)

Titan Industrial Park Coming to Market near San Antonio

SEPT 2013 GLOBEST.COM

SCHERTZ TX-Titan Development has selected CBRE San Antonio and Endura Advisory Group to handle leasing for Titan Industrial Park. Schertz, a suburb of San Antonio, has attracted several large industrial users recently, including Amazon.com, Caterpillar, Sysco and Arlon. Titan Industrial Park is located at the corner of Enterprise Avenue and Lookout Road, minutes from Interstate 35, 20 miles north of San Antonio and 60 miles south of Austin. (read article online)

New Projects Rev Up Activity on San Antonio

AUG 2013 SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL

New life has come to two long-vacant office buildings on San Antonio Drive in north Albuquerque. The San Antonio Commons, made up of a 9,000sqft building and a 6,000sqft building, was recently sold to a private investor group managed by developer Larry Stroup and is being rehabilitated. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but a previous listing had the buildings at $1,050,000. There has been renewed interest in the complex because of its proximity to Titan Development's...(read article online)

124-Acre Industrial Park Slated to be Developed in Schertz

AUG 2013 SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL

Albuquerque-based Titan Development is looking to capitalize on the growing industry in the city of Schertz by developing a large-scale industrial park. Current plans for the project, known as the Titan Industrial Park, call for a total of roughly 1.5 million to 2 million square feet of industrial space Ñ to be spread out over 124 acres of land at Enterprise Avenue and Lookout Road.(read article online)

Development Firm Banking on 'Titans' of Industry for Latest Project

AUG 2013 SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL

Titan Development has staked out 124 acres on San Antonio's far Northeast Side to bring something what real estate officials say is desperately needed – new industrial space.(read article online)

Titan Industrial Park Coming to Market Near San Antonio

AUG 2013 REDNEWS

SCHERTZ TX-Titan Development has selected CBRE San Antonio and Endura Advisory Group to handle leasing for Titan Industrial Park.  Schertz, a suburb of San Antonio, has attracted several large industrial users recently, includingAmazon.com, Caterpillar, Sysco and Arlon. Titan Industrial Park is located at the corner ofEnterprise Avenue and Lookout Road, minutes from Interstate 35, 20 miles north of San Antonio and 60 miles south of Austin. (read article online)

Titan Setting Up Retirement Complex in New Braunfels

JUN 2013 SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL

Titan Development and LCS are jointly developing a new retirement home in New Braunfels called Titan Senior Living. The property will offer assisted living, memory support and independent living to New Braunfels seniors. (read article online)

Expanding Into Multifamily

SPRING 2013 EDITION DESIGN/DEVELOP/CONSTRUCT (DDC) JOURNAL

Leveraging a significant presence in the New Mexico market, Titan Development has expanded over the past several years back into residential development as part of the company's list of services. "Titan Development is the most active developer in the state of New Mexico right now," says Kurt Browning, Director of Development. (read article online continued on page 89)

Titan to Break Ground on Broadstone Cottonwood Development

FEB 2013 ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS FIRST

Titan Development is set to break ground this summer on a 13-acre, 254-unit multifamily housing project on Albuquerque's Westside near the Presbyterian Rust Medical Center. The project, Broadstone Cottonwood, is a joint venture between Titan and Phoenix-based Alliance Residential Co. Alliance has previously developed multifamily units in north Albuquerque, including Broadstone Estates and Broadstone Heights. (read article online)

Owner of Ex-Philips Plant Site Plans Mixed-Use Development

FEB 2013 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

The 60-acre site of the former Philips Semiconductor plant, converted to a low-budget film and TV studio, is back on the market for development as NorthPoint 25, a business park with a planned mix of offices, retail uses, restaurants and hotels. "While the economy is recovering, now is the best time to tee up the marketing and the pre-development work," said Drew Dolan of Titan Development, which bought the property in 2006. (read article online)

Apartment Hunters Multifamily Investors Have Yield In Their Crosshairs

NOV 2012 CCIM JOURNAL

The biggest apartment play, and one of the few major construction projects currently under way in the metro, is the 280-unit Broadstone Santa Monica, a joint venture of Phoenix-based Alliance Residential Co. and Albuquerque's Titan Development. (download article)

Apartment Occupancy Hints At Job Strength

NOV 2012 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

The biggest apartment play, and one of the few major construction projects currently under way in the metro, is the 280-unit Broadstone Santa Monica, a joint venture of Phoenix-based Alliance Residential Co. and Albuquerque's Titan Development. (read article online)

Sustainable Business Summit Award Winners Named

JULY 2012 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Twenty-one businesses and leaders making strides in sustainability were honored at Thursday's Sustainable Business Summit, presented by the New Mexico Business Weekly and New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce. Honorees were named in five categories: sustainable buildings, businesses, leaders, products/services and workplaces. A winner in each category was announced at the event (one category had two winners), as well as a Judges' Award for Achievement in Sustainability winner. (read article online)

Titan Development Shifts Focus to Homes, Apartments

JULY 2012 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Known primarily as an office developer, Titan Development has aggressively turned to the residential market in 2012. The Albuquerque company has acquired 276 residential lots at Sierra Ranch on the Duke City's Southwest Mesa and has sold lots there to D R Horton. In the apartment complex business, Titan has formed a partnership with Phoenix's Alliance Residential Co. (read article online)

Upscale Apts

JULY 2012 BLOOMBERG - BUSINESSWEEK

Construction is scheduled to begin this month on the first phase of an upscale 460-unit multifamily project on the 58-acre site of the now-gone Del Rey Mobile Home Park, according to an announcement by Albuquerque-based Titan Development. (read article online)


MARCH 2012 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Titan Development's Building Stamped LEED Gold Titan Development's building at 400 Masthead NE has earned a LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Titan's tenant is the federal Department of Agriculture's U.S. Forest Service (USFS) Albuquerque Service Center. (read article online)


MARCH 2012 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

New Forest Service Building Appropriately Green A rooftop solar array and extensive use of recycling are among the green elements that helped qualify the threestory, 98,720-square-foot U.S. Forest Service office building at Journal Center, completed last year, for gold certification in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program. (read article online)


MARCH 2012 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Green and Clean, Post-recession, Green Building Retains its Strength The recession hasn't killed the green building movement in New Mexico, just shifted it. With few commercial office projects being built in Albuquerque, you have to go to ... (read article online) DECEMBER 2011 PRESS RELEASE Drew Dolan Receives NAIOP 2011 Developing Leaders Award Drew Dolan has been named as one of the recipients of the 2011 Developing Leaders Award, presented by NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. (download article)


DECEMBER 2011 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Top Newsmakers: Spencer, Dolan, Reid Found Success Despite Economy This was an active year for us, getting three built and selling two office buildings, says Dolan, Titan's director of development. We were able to get 60 acres zoned ... (read article online) DECEMBER 2011 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Stuve, Dolan Singled out for Member Recognition In a presentation that sounded like he was also being named member of the year, outgoing NAIOP chair Drew Dolan was recognized for his year as head of the New Mexico chapter. "I believe his greatest accomplishments have been in the legislative arena," architect Dale Dekker told the luncheon audience in recognizing Dolan. (read article online)


DECEMBER 2011 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Titan Sells Forest Service Campus for $51.5 million Easterly Partners, a Washington, D.C. private real estate investment trust, has acquired the 191,000-square-foot U.S. Forest Service campus in Journal Center for $51.5 million. Albuquerque’s Titan Development was the developer and seller of the two-building campus. (read article online)


2011 WALL STREET JOURNAL

Plots & Ploys In 2006, Barney Aldridge, a former mortgage banker, purchased a former apple-processing plant in California's Sonoma County with plans to convert it into a 300-unit condo and rental development. (read article online)


DECEMBER 2011 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Buildings Housing Forest Service Sold Two Journal Center buildings that house the U.S. Forest Service have been sold in a multimillion-dollar deal announced Friday. Albuquerque-based Titan Development, which developed the buildings at 3900 and 4000 Masthead NE, sold the 191,000-square-foot campus to Easterly Partners, a privately held management firm headquartered in Washington, D.C., for $51.5 million in early November, said Drew Dolan, director of development for Titan. (read article online)


APRIL 2011 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

At 34, Drew Dolan Emerges as Titan's Rainmaker During the recession, Titan Development has been one of the few busy commercial real estate developers in the Albuquerque region. Titan has three buildings under construction. In the past two years, the company has built the Hewlett-Packard campus in Rio Rancho and created a movie studio in the North Interstate 25 corridor at the former Philips Semiconductor plant. (read article online)


APRIL 2011 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Home Builders Begin to Make Future Plans With Forest City Covington breaking ground this week on its residential community at Mesa del Sol, a shift in the Duke City home building market has occurred. Builders appear to be dusting off blueprints, and most likely will be building more homes over the next 12 to 24 months, after a nearly three-year drought. (read article online)


MARCH 2011 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Trane to Build on 1.6-Acre Titan Site Titan Development has signed Trane and Hussman to an 18,800-square-foot build-to-suit office/warehouse lease in Albuquerque’s North Interstate 25 corridor. The building will be the new home for Trane and Hussman’s commercial sales, service and parts divisions. The building will consist of 12,200 square feet of Class A office space and 6,600 square feet for a parts warehouse.(read article online)


MARCH 2011 PRESS RELEASE

Titan Development Announces Latest Project and a Sign of a Growing Economy Titan Development is proud to announce its latest build-to- suit office/warehouse located in the north I-25 corridor of Albuquerque. The 18,800 SF building will be the new home to Trane and Hussman commercial sales, service and parts divisions. The building will consist of 12,200 SF of Class A office and 6,600 SF for a parts warehouse. The structure will house Trane’s retail parts center and will have a training center for both employee and customer education.[DOWNLOAD PDF]


FEBRUARY 2011 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

REDW Headquarters Breaks Ground in March REDW Business and Financial Resources LLC will break ground in March on a 45,000-square-foot corporate headquarters at the corner of Jefferson Street and Masthead Street. The accounting firm signed a lease with Titan Development, which is developing the project. (read article online)


FEBRUARY 2011 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

REDW Unveils Plans for New HQ Titan Development is building the Southwest contemporary structure that is expected to be LEED Silver Certified with photovoltaic panels. It will be big enough to accommodate 150 employees and future expansion, the companies said in a news release.[DOWNLOAD PDF]>(read article online)


April 2010 THE SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN

HP a Model for Smart Job Growth ...HP has met its obligations. The company's Rio Rancho employees number 655, including 108 recent graduates from colleges in New Mexico. Because HP recognized the good faith of the opportunity available in New Mexico, the company has been effective in bringing the promised benefits thus far.(read article online)


DECEMBER 2009 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Addition Expected To Give Region Needed Boost Developed by Titan Development and built by Reid & Associates, the facility was completed about two months ahead of schedule. The company has been hiring at locations statewide this year and now has about 600 workers. [DOWNLOAD PDF] (read article online)


DECEMBER 2009 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Governors Biggest Economic Development Achievement California-based computer giant Hewlett-Packard flew in its chairman and CEO Mark Hurd for a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the completion of the company's downtown Rio Rancho customer technical support center. [DOWNLOAD PDF] (read article online)


DECEMBER 2009 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Hewlett Packard Opens Rio Rancho Center Hewlett Packard's chief executive officer and Gov. Bill Richardson headlined a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday for the company's much-anticipated customer service and technical support center in Rio Rancho. [DOWNLOAD PDF] (read article online) (article update online)


AUGUST 2009 DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE ONLINE

When the Market Turns Sour, Make a Contact Center! If you’re looking for a case study on getting a deal done amidst the collapse of the financial markets, the people involved in closing the deal on Hewlett Packard’s (HP) 218,000-square-foot build-to-suit contact center is an excellent example. [DOWNLOAD PDF](read article)


JANUARY 2009 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

HP Breaks Ground on Rio Rancho Center The city of Rio Rancho is leasing about 17 acres to HP for 50 years for the building, which is being developed by Titan Development and constructed by Reid & Associates Design Builders. (read article)


MARCH 2007 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Developer Stumbles Upon a Company Looking for More Space PR Newswire, currently ramping up operations in temporary space, will be the anchor tenant in a 77,000-square-foot office building planned by Titan Industrial Development in the North I-25 corridor. [DOWNLOAD PDF](read article online)


MARCH 2007 ALBUQUERQUE TRIBUNE

Empty Chip Plant Being Marketed as Cool Building Owners say I-25 location perfect for server storage. [DOWNLOAD PDF] (read article online )


JANUARY 2007 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Rio Rancho Office Space Graduating to Class A Ranks Titan Development is planning a 76,000-square-foot building that would become the office anchor of Rio Rancho's City Centre project. (read article)


NOVEMBER 2006 SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL

The Future of S.A. Market is Bright, Real Estate Forum Finds A low cost of living is helping to make San Antonio attractive to an ever-growing list of corporations. (read article)


NOVEMBER 2006 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Annex to Handle City Hall Overflow When all is said and done with its new City Hall building, the city of Rio Rancho will find itself in a familiar situation: out of office space.[DOWNLOAD PDF](read article online)


NOVEMBER 2006 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Rio Rancho Approves Sale of 2.5 Acres in City Centre [DOWNLOAD PDF] The Rio Rancho City Council voted unanimously this week to sell 2.5 acres in the City Centre immediately adjacent to City Hall to Titan Development of Albuquerque (read article online).


NOVEMBER 2006 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Land by City Hall to Be Sold Rio Rancho's new City Hall building will be getting a sibling in the City Centre. >[DOWNLOAD PDF](read article online)


JUNE 2006 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Empty Philips Plant Has the Utility Systems Needed for a Data Hub [DOWNLOAD PDF] The empty Philips Semiconductor plant along Interstate 25, obsolete for making computer chips, is likely to see new life as a data center (read article online).


JUNE 2006 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Philips Plant Developers Seek Tenants for Data Center Less than a month after the sale of the massive facility that was once home to Philips Semiconductors in northeast Albuquerque, a team of brokers is courting some of the largest companies in the nation to move in (read article).


MAY 2006 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

Mixed-Use Project Slated for Former Philips Plant A local commercial real estate developer is planning to turn the 502,000-square-foot former Philips Semiconductor plant into a mixed-use project, possibly similar to the !25 development just south on Interstate 25. [DOWNLOAD PDF] (read article online)


MAY 2006 DALLAS BUSINESS JOURNAL / SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL

Dallas Investment Firm Acquires Industrial Portfolio Dallas real estate investment firm Macfarlan Capital Partners has acquired a portfolio of nine Class-A industrial properties for $37 million (read article).


NOVEMBER 2005 NEW MEXICO BUSINESS WEEKLY

Running for the Border The owners of several successful real estate related firms recently decided to pool their talents and move aggressively to capture more business along the Mexican border. The result is Titan Industrial Development, based in Albuquerque (read article).