- Central (North Texas)
- Central (South Texas)
- Northern California
- Pacific Northwest
- Southern California
- Senior Housing
Kim Bucklew, Managing Director (Southern California)
As the Managing Director, Kim Bucklew is responsible for multifamily development across Southern California, including the review, negotiation, coordination and processing of all property transactions. Her background includes acquisitions and due diligence of new development sites, as well as development management for market-rate apartments, student housing and senior living communities. Ms. Bucklew is an active member of ULI, Young Leader Mentorship Program, Urban Development Mixed Use Council – Silver Flight. She received an MBA from the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Michael Wilborn, Managing Director (Orange County/San Diego)
Michael Wilborn is responsible for managing the development/acquisition process, and sourcing new investments in San Diego and Orange Counties. His efforts include originating and negotiating land purchases, managing development and construction, and acquiring value-add opportunistic investments. Mr. Wilborn has more than eight years of multifamily development, investment and construction experience at Alliance, and he has been involved in developing and acquiring 2,000+ multifamily units in Southern California. Most recently, Mr. Wilborn completed a 200-unit, urban-infill, mid-rise podium project in Glendale, CA, called Broadstone Icis. Additionally, he successfully executed the 90-unit value-add acquisition and disposition of Vista Catalina (formally The Madison) in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Mr. Wilborn earned his degree at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business with a concentration in Real Estate Development.
Jonas Bronk, Managing Director (Los Angeles/Orange County)
Jonas Bronk oversees development and acquisition activity for urban in-fill multifamily projects in the Southern California market. His efforts include securing entitlements and managing the design and construction of more than 2,000 residential units. Mr. Bronk has been with Alliance since 2005 and brings more than 20 years of experience developing and designing large-scale residential and mixed-use real estate projects across the nation. Prior to joining Alliance, he worked six years as an architect in New York City. Mr. Bronk holds a Master’s in Architecture from Georgia Tech, a BA in Urban Studies from the College of Charleston in South Carolina, and is LEED AP certified.
Joseph J. Dominguez, President of Construction (Southern California)
Mr. Dominguez is President of Construction for the Southern California Division of Alliance Residential Company, with overall responsibility for construction and value-add renovation of all apartment communities. Prior to joining Alliance, Mr. Dominguez was Executive Vice President of the Irvine Company, overseeing construction of all luxury apartment communities in Northern and Southern California, completing 11,000 units with an aggregate investment value of $4.5 billion. Previously, Mr. Dominguez was Senior Vice President of Archstone, where he had overall responsibility for design and construction of 80 luxury apartment communities, totaling 22,000 units, with an aggregate investment value of $4.2 billion, in the core strategic markets of the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Southwest, Pacific Northwest, Northern California and Southern California. Earlier in his 34-year multifamily development career, Mr. Dominguez served as Vice President of Casden Properties, managing the start-up, growth, and operation of a wholly-owned general contracting company which built and renovated luxury apartment communities in Southern California. In 2008 and 2009, Mr. Dominguez was the top-rated Adjunct Professor at the USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development in the Masters of Real Estate Development Program. Mr. Dominguez earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management, graduating summa cum laude (1st in Class), from the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University. Mr. Dominguez is a licensed General Building Contractor in the State of California, is an active member of the National Multi-Housing Council and the Urban Land Institute, and regularly volunteers with Habitat for Humanity.