SunChase is a multi-cycle real estate investor and developer run by a team of skilled and seasoned professionals. For SunChase, success is maximizing the value of its projects while balancing the needs of neighbors, communities and the environment. Over the years SunChase has owned and developed a wide variety of real estate projects ranging from complex, large scale master planned communities to raw land investments. SunChase projects are debt free and financed with its own capital or capital from a small group of investors.
SunChase invests in all types of real estate, but has a primary interest in commercial/industrial, mixed use and residential property.
Examples of Current Sunchase Projects
Hokuli’aLuxury Master Plan
Situated on 3 miles of pristine coastline, Hokuli’a is a 1,260-acre community nestled between the gentle waves of the Pacific Ocean and the sheltering slopes of Mauna Loa on the west coast of the Big Island, Hawaii. Over 400 ancient habitations and archaeological preservation sites integrate seamlessly with Jack Nicklaus golf, world-class amenities and private homes.
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City Center AirparkIndustrial Park
City Center Airpark is a 350-acre planned mixed-use project next to the proposed Goodyear City Center in Arizona. It shares more than a mile of direct frontage with the Phoenix-Goodyear Airport and will offer a variety of land uses ranging from office, commercial, manufacturing, warehouse and airport-related business.
Scottsdale EntradaInfill Mixed Use
Scottsdale Entrada is a mixed-use property that will offer Arizona residents and office workers the freedom to live an active and inspiring lifestyle where the outside open space is an integral part of everyday life. Ideally located at the northeast corner 64th Street and McDowell Road, Scottsdale Entrada is close to ASU, the restaurants and nightclubs of Downtown Scottsdale and Tempe, and Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport.
D&S FarmsResidential Mixed Use
Sun D&S Farms is a 160-acre master planned mixed-use development in the growing community of Goodyear, Arizona. The northeast corner of the property sits just one-quarter mile from the Goodyear Ballpark, a premier facility that serves as the Spring Training home for Major League Baseball’s Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians. At full build-out, it will contain up to 400 single-family homes, a six-acre community park, and up to 750,000 square feet of commerce related uses.
230 SterlingSuburban Office
Located east of the San Francisco Bay Area in the master-plan community of Mountain House, 230 Sterling is a fully leased, 26,500 square foot, two-story office building that SunChase developed in 2006. The building is the first phase of our 28-acre Mountain House Corporate Center, a fully serviced site prepared for additional Class A office space development with ready access to Interstates 205 and 580.
Mountain House CommercialLand
SunChase holds a diverse portfolio of land investments including commercial sites within the master-plan community of Mountain House, CA. Located just 5 miles from the city of Tracy, Mountain House is positioned for the continual growth and expansion of California’s Bay Area. The Mountain House land is fully-entitled for a variety of uses including 30 acres of agricultural, 45 acres of residential, 76 acres of commercial and 140 acres of industrial. Our sites have full-service infrastructure, including telephony (data, video, voice), redundant and cost effective power via MID, and emergency services.
SunChase has developed and sold some very large, complex and challenging projects using skill, patience and capital. Past SunChase development projects include the Estrella master planned community in Arizona, which SunChase owned along with one investor, and the Mountain House master planned “new town” community in California, which SunChase owned and developed. After developing the projects over many years, SunChase sold the Estrella project and the majority of the Mountain House project. The sale of Estrella was the largest residential sale in Arizona history and the sale of Mountain House was the largest residential sale in Northern California history. These are just two examples out of the hundreds of real estate parcels and projects that SunChase has touched over its nearly three decades of operations.