Pedestrian trails, bike racks, smaller lots, energy-efficient homes, public green spaces, LEED-certified buildings and access to mass transit all make Daybreak, Utah an environmentally-significant project. That’s why it has recently caught the attention of the local media. Check out what The Salt Lake Tribune is saying about this CCMC-managed community in these two fascinating articles: Does South Jordan’s Daybreak offer car pollution solutions? Does Daybreak’s take on green building help air quality? Daybreak’s Mission.
Almost 30 CCMC managers, executive team members and community board members met with legislators on February 25 at AACM’s annual Day at the Capitol event. “This is a great opportunity for us to meet and have lunch with legislators from the districts in which we have communities,” said CEO D. J. Cole. “I was thrilled to see so many of our managers and board members in attendance today.”
A member of AACM’s Legislative Action Committee, Western Division President Delores Ferguson is very pleased with the way the pendulum has swung closer to the center in terms of the relationships HOAs have with the Legislature. “Our goal has always been to establish solid and positive relationships with Legislators so they understand how professional homeowner associations are managed,” she explains. “As a result of the relationships we’ve formed over the years, legislators have come to us with questions about bills they are reviewing, and less harmful legislation has passed.” Read more
After eight months, CCMC has successfully completed pre-development consulting services for Trinity Falls, a 1,700-acre mixed-use master-planned community that will eventually include up to 4,500 households, retail space and a 250-acre park along the East Fork of the Trinity River. These services included building a full-cycle budget, reviewing all community documents, plus lifestyle amenity and programming recommendations. “We are very pleased to see yet another consulting contract lead to a management agreement,” says division president Todd Davidson. CCMC will begin managing the community this month. A CCMC lifestyle director will be hired in June 2014. The first homeowners are expected to arrive two months after that.
Developed by Castle Hill Partners (CHP), Trinity Falls is located in the Dallas suburb of McKinney. It will be the third-largest residential development in the area. The plans also include land for two elementary schools, one middle school, hike and bike trails, ball fields, amphitheaters, and small parks scattered throughout. CHP is a private investment firm which invests in financially troubled properties in order to provide opportunities for repositioning and debt resolution. With more than 100 employees, the firm typically funds its projects without financing contingencies and each principal has more than 25 years of experience in his or her respective area of expertise. Collectively, CHP has acquired and developed over 6 million square feet of office and industrial space, over 10,000 units of multifamily housing and more than 25,000 acres of commercial and residential land.
Crescent Communities has selected CCMC to become the community association management firm for Belterra, located in the Austin suburb of Dripping Springs. “CCMC has been consulting on this established project since our client acquired it last year,” explains division president Todd Davidson. “After conducting an impressive lifestyle audit and staying true to our level of service and management philosophy, we have gained the trust of all parties involved with this project.” Our management contract will began on March 1, 2014.
Belterra currently has 1,200 homes and will grow to 2,000. Known for its vast open space and fantastic trail system, this neighborhood also includes a community center, gym, aquatics center and several lifestyle events. “We are excited to raise the bar at Belterra and give the community the tools it will need to realize its full potential of connectivity,” explains corporate lifestyle director Debra Wyatte. Please join us in welcoming Belterra to the CCMC family.
CCMC is pleased to announce the promotion of Pat Wasson. In her new role as vice president for the central division, she will oversee all CCMC-managed communities in Florida; serve as mentor and trainer to all community managers in this region; and ensure our Florida teams are fulfilling the CCMC purpose of creating experiences that connect people in the communities where they live and offices where we work. “No one is more equipped for this role than Pat,” explains division president Todd Davidson. “For the past fifteen years, she has served as our CCMC executive director at Celebration, Florida. One of the most recognized and respected leaders in our industry, she has led her community down a path of tremendous growth and incredible success. Her ability to establish, nurture and grow a vast network of strategic contacts has given Celebration a powerful community voice, while her expert leadership and counsel have allowed this community to continue to be one of the most recognized in the nation.” Pat will assume her new role once a successor has been selected, hired and trained. Read more
CCMC has entered into an agreement with W. L. of Nevada, Inc. to provide development consulting services for Ascaya, an exclusive hillside community near Las Vegas, Nevada. Our consulting products will include a full-cycle budget, governance review and lifestyle and amenity recommendations.
Situated nearly 1,000 feet above the valley floor, this guard-gated, 664-acre development will boast the area’s most distinctive collection of private estates. The highest point will be 150 feet above the Stratosphere. The view from the top will feature Las Vegas and the Strip to the north, Black Mountain to the east, McCullough Mountains to the south and Mount Charleston to the west. Ribbons of ascending rock walls will wind through 313 choreographed estate sites. Many will feature 180-degree vistas. A few will bask in 360-degree panoramas. The community will embrace architectural inspiration, sustainability and a reverence for nature. “It is a privilege to be involved with such a significant landmark project,” explains division president Tony Ledvina. “Our client expects only the best for their community and we are honored they chose CCMC.”
CCMC is pleased to announce that we are now providing pre-development consulting services to Statesman USA for their new project in Chandler. Located within the Ocotillo master association, The Cays at Downtown Ocotillo will consist of 278 mid-rise condominiums overlooking Ocotillo Lake. Community amenities will include underground parking, resort-style pool, spa, state-of-the-art fitness center and an on-site CCMC community manager. Pre-sales have already begun. The first residents are expected in July 2015.
CCMC first started doing business with Statesman USA in 2006, when we were hired to manage Toscana of Desert Ridge. “Under the leadership of vice president Wendy Mueller, CCMC has earned an exceptionally high level of trust with our client,” explains division president Delores Ferguson. “This new business is a direct result of the outstanding service and consultation we have provided at Toscana.”
Serving as builder-developer for 25 years, The Statesman Corporation has built and served over 6,000 residents. One of Alberta’s largest and most respected names in residential housing, this Canadian company has earned numerous awards for its unparalleled craftsmanship and design.
Last Friday, as the sun was rising in Maricopa, Arizona, 400 lucky neighbors received a little Valentine’s Day surprise – they were served breakfast on their way to work. But surprises like this are nothing new in the Tortosa community. The Drive-Thru Breakfast is just one of the annual traditions that makes this CCMC-managed neighborhood tick! CLICK HERE to read the entire article from InMaricopa.
Educating homeowners, finding innovative solutions, overcoming adversity, contributing to the local community and community management excellence — that’s what CCMC is all about! Just ask the CCMC team at Providence. They represent these values in everything they do. That’s why their community was (once again!) named “Southern Nevada Outstanding Master Association of the Year” by the Community Associations Institute (CAI) Nevada Board of Directors at their annual CAI Nevada Chapter Gala Awards, held Saturday, February 8, 2014.
This is the second time Providence has taken home this award. “On behalf of the entire CCMC team at Providence, we are honored to, once again, be named Southern Nevada Outstanding Master Association of the Year,” explains CCMC community manager for Providence, Brandon Exline. “The continued support of CCMC, the Providence Board and our residents has unquestionably contributed to this recognition.” Brandon, we love your collaborative style. It’s SO CCMC!
Dedicated to fostering vibrant, responsive, competent associations; CAI is committed to educating responsible leadership and achieving harmony in association living. The Nevada chapter currently serves more than 700 members; including business partners, community mangers and homeowner volunteers. It is one of the largest and most active of the 58 chapters across the nation.
CCMC is pleased to announce that we will be providing management and pre-development consulting services to Mattamy Homes for two new Phoenix-area neighborhoods. “We are delighted to provide such comprehensive service to this new client. Our goal is to exceed their expectations and become the go-to community management solution for all future Mattamy Homes projects,” explains division president Delores Ferguson.
Crosspointe is a gated community of 160 single-family homes, greenbelts, parks, an open-air pavilion, basketball court, picnic areas and barbecue stations. Located just northwest of Phoenix, Peoria is known for being a family-friendly suburb. Crosspointe features fresh new home designs and neighborhood amenities that make it easy to enjoy the company of family and friends close to home. After four months, CCMC has now completed its pre-development consulting services for this project. This led directly to a management agreement, which will begin on April 1, 2014.
Located on the southwest side of Phoenix, Palm Valley North will feature greenbelts and three community parks equipped with play structures, grills, ramadas and picnic areas in the city of Goodyear. It will grow to include 218 households. CCMC will begin providing pre-development consulting services on this project, which will include a review of all community documents and the development of a full-cycle budget.
Formed in 1978, Mattamy Homes is Canada’s largest new home builder. Operating across the United States and Canada, it has built more than 60,000 homes in 150 different communities. Universally recognized for its commitment to customer satisfaction, Mattamy Homes consistently ranks at the top of most homeowner satisfaction surveys.