SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (November 4, 2013) – Sunbelt Holdings has promoted Heidi Kimball, CPM, to senior vice president. Kimball oversees the multi-faceted real estate firm’s asset management and brokerage activities and serves as the company’s designated broker.
Kimball, who is a veteran of the Phoenix metropolitan real estate industry, has been with Sunbelt Holdings for 31 years. She has extensive experience in negotiating and facilitating all types of real estate transactions, entitlements, asset management and development.
Her expertise and leadership played an integral role in Sunbelt Holdings’ recent development partnership for Marina Heights, the 20-acre, $600 million mixed-use project to be built over the next four years, located along Tempe Town Lake.
She also continues to oversee the marketing and management of ASU Research Park, a 320-acre research and development park for which Sunbelt Holdings has provided asset management services since 1992.
Actively involved in the local community, Kimball is a member of the board of directors and a past chair of Valley Partnership, and a trustee for the Valley Partnership Political Action Committee (VPAC.) She also is a member of Urban Land Institute (currently serving as a co-chair for the 2014 Trends program and on the Arizona ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative,) Rio Salado Enhanced Services Commission, Arizona Town Hall, National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, and the Institute of Real Estate Management.
She is a certified property manager (CPM), and holds an Arizona real estate license. Kimball earned a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of Wyoming and her master’s degree in business administration from Arizona State University.
About Sunbelt Holdings
Sunbelt Holdings has been a recognized leader in real estate development, management and investment throughout the Southwest since 1979. Over the years, the firm has gained an understanding of the area’s unique characteristics that only time and experience can teach. Sunbelt entered the local market more than 30 years ago with a strong presence in commercial development and asset management. Early projects like the Phoenix Gateway Center remain successful icons. Recent acquisitions of turn-around assets have provided unique opportunities to add value in the ‘Class A’ office market with the Hayden Ferry Lakeside project in Tempe, and the PV|303 industrial project in the West Valley. Sunbelt also developed some of the Valley’s most beloved residential communities including McDowell Mountain Ranch in Scottsdale, Power Ranch in the East Valley and Vistancia in the Northwest Valley. In all, Sunbelt has developed more than 50,000 acres of land during the past 30 years.