Building What Matters

JPI builds communities to enrich the lives of our associates, residents, and partners.

Jesse Ortiz

Superintendent II

Who We Are

We plan, develop, build, and invest in our communities.

Our team is knowledgeable, intentional, and local. We show the same level of dedication to our trade partners and residents as we do our associates and investors—because these communities belong to all of us.

We are guided by integrity, driven by facts, and experts at what we do. We operate on principle to deliver for our partners while building a company and a culture that will endure.

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What We Do

Our unique set of skills combine to offer a holistic, comprehensive approach to real estate development and general contracting.

With development expertise that integrates seamlessly with our strategic management of investments and responsible stewardship of resources.

Through high-performance construction services, proven investment strategies, and intimate understanding of local markets, we enhance communities, thrill residents, and execute for investors in our dedicated markets.

Multifamily Development

  • Local Expertise
  • Site Selection
  • Due Diligence
  • Zoning/Entitlement
  • Project Design & Analysis

General Contracting

  • Proven Relationships
  • Design & Pre-Construction
  • Active Project Management
  • Dedication to Safety
  • Local, Reliable Trade Partners

Investment Management

  • Unparalleled Market Research
  • Proprietary Models
  • Asset Management
  • Project Capitalization
  • Corporate Support Services

Our Legacy

Over our thirty year history, JPI has developed communities throughout North America, across 141 US cities and Canada. Our primary markets are Southern California and the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.

We are proud to have made a positive difference in the lives of our residents, clients, and stakeholders over the last three decades. At a glance, our historical portfolio and current operations include:

Projects

344

Homes

103K+

Current Associates

260

Value

$14.6B

Cities

141

Annual Production

$1.5B

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