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Previous Projects

Seven Canyons of Sedona
Yavapai County, Arizona
As a development advisor, the company provided project management services for the development of Seven Canyons of Sedona, an 18-hole golf course, high-end residential and interval ownership project with related infrastructure in Yavapai County, Arizona. 

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Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort
New Mexico
Greenbrier Southwest was engaged by the Pueblo of Santa Ana in New Mexico as an advisor on its 1,500-acre master plan and 350-room Hyatt Regency Tamaya destination resort, which opened in January 2001.

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Kierland
Phoenix, Arizona
From the company's inception in 1991 to February 1998, Greenbrier Southwest provided development and management services in Phoenix to Dallas-based Woodbine Development Corporation.  Under the Woodbine Southwest Corporation banner, Greenbrier Southwest managed the master planning, entitlements, financing, development and marketing of the 730-acre Kierland community and the 27-hole Kierland Golf Club, a joint venture between Woodbine Development Corporation and the Herberger family of Phoenix.

Within the Kierland community, the principals of Greenbrier Southwest also directed the planning, entitlements, venture structure, design, feasibility and capitalization packaging for the 750-room Westin Kierland Resort, as well as concept and schematic design for the 550,000-square-foot Kierland Commons specialty retail center. In February 1998, the Greenbrier Southwest principals made the decision to pursue development opportunities strictly for their own account.

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Other Project Experience
Greenbrier Southwest has also acted as a development consultant to the Pueblo of Laguna in New Mexico, advising on commercial development opportunities within its 560,000-acre reservation west of Albuquerque.  Other involvements for Greenbrier Southwest have included planning and entitlements processing for a 1,300-acre project northwest of Phoenix and a 900-acre project in San Diego County, California, both master-planned communities with resort components, for a Phoenix-based manufacturing and real estate investment company. The company has also provided due diligence services for several hotel re-development opportunities in Colorado, Florida and Hawaii.

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Other Project Experience of Greenbrier Principals
During their earlier careers as officers of Woodbine Development Corporation in Texas, the Greenbrier Southwest principals gained broad development experience, with direct responsibility for seeking and planning new ventures and acquisitions for the company as well as managing the market positioning, planning and programming for a number of major developments.  Woodbine projects in which the principals played significant roles include the 500-room Hyatt Regency Hill Country resort and golf course in San Antonio; a 2,000-acre resort community development in Atlanta; Fossil Creek, an 1,150-acre business, residential and golf course community in northeast Fort Worth; and DFW Freeport, a 550-acre office, retail and hotel complex at DFW International Airport.

Much of the experience of Greenbrier Southwest and its principals has included golf course development and working with a wide range of golf course architects, among them Jack Nicklaus, Tom Weiskopf, Arnold Palmer, Arthur Hills, Ted Robinson, Gary Panks, Scott Miller and Ken Kavanaugh.  On the golf course operational side, relationships include Marriott Golf, Hyatt Golf, and Troon Golf.

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