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As Vice President, Community Development/General Manager of Centerra, David Crowder manages and oversees the strategy, vision, development and management of McWhinney’s northern Colorado land portfolio including Centerra, Van de Water, Iron Horse Industrial Park and Boyd Lake Village.

Prior to joining McWhinney, David was Vice President of Community Development of Newport Beach based DMB Pacific Ventures (an offshoot of Scottsdale-based DMB Associates) overseeing entitlements, land development, marketing and lot sales for Summerly, a 700-acre, 1,600-home master planned community in Lake Elsinore, California. Prior to its disposition, David was a member of DMB Pacific Venture’s Tejon Mountain Village management team, where he was active in crafting the innovative and award-winning zoning and development regulations for the 26,000-acre resort and residential community planned within the 270,000 acre Tejon Ranch, and oversaw that project’s operations, community and government relations.

Prior to joining DMB, David was Vice President of Planned Community Development for Lewis Operating Group in Upland, California, where he led their regional entitlement and land development activities.

David was also a senior executive with The Newhall Land & Farming Company in Valencia, California, where he held several positions, including Vice President of the Community Development Department, which was responsible for the entitlement of all the company’s projects. In his 10 years with Newhall Land, David was actively involved in the planning and entitlement of the 21,000-home, 12,000-acre master planned “new town” known as Newhall Ranch. He also spearheaded the entitlement and permitting of the company’s prestigious 1,700-home Westridge community, which included a Tournament Players Club Golf Course. He was also responsible for forming the Santa Clarita Valley Transportation Alliance and the Golden State Gateway Coalition which were instrumental in attracting federal, state and regional transportation grants in excess of $140 million.