McWhinney is a real estate investment company that delivers unprecedented value and opportunity. At our core, we’re an innovative and comprehensive real estate development, investment and management firm. We hire great people that have a sense of pride in creating great places. Places with meaning. Places that last. Because we invest for the long term, we’re able to ensure our developments stand the test of time and will continue to deliver memorable experiences well into the future.
We shape the future of real estate by creating unprecedented value and opportunity for our customers, associates, investors and partners. We live for bringing our partners’ dreams to life, whether it’s finding their place in one of our sustainable communities or fulfilling their professional purpose within a state-of-the-art commercial setting. When we create memorable experiences, we’re exceeding our partners’ high expectations and truly delivering on our core purpose of building a world of possibilities.
Other real estate developers have been around longer, but none have accomplished more than McWhinney has in as little time. It speaks to our singular vision of creating great places for people.
Troy and Chad begin securing options on several large tracts of agricultural land in Loveland, CO, including the purchase of 440 acres of land originally homesteaded by their great-great-grandfather, John Hahn.
Chad and Troy sell 40 acres of land to JMJ Properties for the development of The Outlets at Loveland, working closely with the City of Loveland on infrastructure and entitlement negotiations.
McWhinney develops first corporate headquarters office campus for Factual Data Corporation.
McWhinney develops its first retail center, The Marketplace at Centerra, anchored by Target.
McWhinney, in partnership with the City of Loveland, creates Centerra, a master-planned community encompassing 3,000 acres and miles of contiguous land.
McWhinney develops the world headquarters for Swift and Company, a Fortune 500 corporation, at Promontory in Greeley, CO.
The Promenade Shops at Centerra opens and Co’s BMW opens as the first dealership at The Motorplex at Centerra.
In 2002, Poudre Valley Health System chooses Centerra as the location for its new regional hospital. In 2007, Medical Center of the Rockies, now part of UCHealth, opens as the first and only Level II Trauma Center in northern Colorado.
2008 brings the purchase of 900+ acres of land in Broomfield, CO, that will become the master-planned community of Baseline.
In 2012 McWhinney joins the Union Station Alliance as co-developer and managing member on the renovation of the historic train station in downtown Denver. In July of 2014, McWhinney and the Union Station Alliance reopen the historic train station as Denver Union Station.
Great Wolf Resort Southern California opens in Garden Grove, CA.
In 2015, McWhinney begins the redevelopment of downtown Denver’s historic Windsor Dairy into a virbrant, mixed-use project known as Dairy Block, which opened in 2017, with office anchor Prologis and the 172-room boutique hotel, The Maven.
Commercial and Mixed Use, Hospitality