Tom Bradbury has been President of Bradbury Properties since 1998, and general partner of Bradbury Family Partnership since 1991. He manages the Partnership’s interests in co-ownership of major land ventures at Meridian Business Park, Lincoln Station (a transit-oriented development) and Meridian Village (a two thousand unit residential community). Westfield Development is Mr. Bradbury’s partner at Lincoln Station, while Shea Properties is the development partner on the Meridian parcels. In addition, the Bradbury family has developed Highfield Business Park which has seen 300,000 of new construction since 2011.
Through these four projects, Tom has participated in the development of CH2M Hill’s 400,000 square foot corporate campus in Meridian Business Park, 200,000 square feet at Lincoln Station, the 2010 sale of twenty acres to Kaiser Permanente adjacent to Lincoln Station, and the new headquarter buildings of Polystrand (Gordon Holdings) and Applied Controls.
The Bradbury family co-developed the 57-acre corner at Lincoln and Yosemite, that resulted in land sales to Safeway, Norwest Bank (now Wells Fargo) and Triton Development (29 acres for multi-family patio homes). Other residential development includes the planning and sale of 10 acres to Trammell Crow in 2003 (432 units), and the planning and sale to Camden of 4.4 acres (to accommodate 200 units) in 2007. Bradbury has planned and sold major residential parcels to US Home, Celebrity Development, Richmond Homes, and Meritage. In all, Bradbury’s developed land presently accommodates over 2000 single family homes in southeast Denver.
Tom earned an MBA in Finance from University of Chicago in 1989 and graduated magna cum laude from Colorado College in 1986. In his high school years, he was a finalist for Colorado’s prestigious Fred Steinmark award, given annually to the state’s top scholar athlete.