Solace at Casa Grande Crossings is a 284-unit ground up multi-family project in the high growth Phoenix suburb of Casa Grande. Solace is located just off the primary intersection for Casa Grande, I-10 and Florence Boulevard, home to over 1.3 million square feet of retail including In-N-Out Burger, Chick-Fil-A, Dutch Bros, Walgreens, Chase Bank, Harkins Theatres, Kohl's and many more. Casa Grande, the 7th fastest growing city in America, has been one of the brightest job growth stories in the greater Phoenix area, led by Lucid Motors and their 5,000 jobs. The project is a traditional 2 and 3-story garden style development with spacious units and grounds. It represents the fifth iteration of our Solace brand and second Phoenix. Solace at Casa Grande Crossings contains 20 residential buildings and full featured clubhouse including a state-of-the-art fitness center with studio and indoor-outdoor space, pool deck and spa, co-working space, and hospitality-focused lobby, and club room. This project is scheduled to break ground in October of 2022.
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Ryan Tobias, Managing Partner
Ryan is a Managing Partner of Jackson Dearborn Partners. He oversees all elements of the JDP business including acquisitions, site selection, fundraising, and investor relations. With 16 years experience, Ryan has worked on over $1 billion in transactional real estate and has developed or acquired over $200 million in student housing and multi-family real estate. Read more
Prior to founding Jackson Dearborn Partners, Ryan worked at brokerage firms Marcus and Millichap and Newmark Knight Frank before starting Triad Real Estate Partners in 2010. Triad is a leading broker of student housing and multi-family in the Midwest completing nearly $1.6 billion in sales since inception. Following the success of Triad, he launched JDP with Shaun Buss and Sean Lyons in 2014 with the goal of building out a vertically integrated real estate investment portfolio.
Ryan is a graduate of the University of Michigan and after a decade in Chicago, moved back to Ann Arbor where he now resides with his wife Brittany and their two children.