JPI Strengthens Western Region with New VP
Dallas-based multifamily developer JPI today announced the addition of Patty Bartlett as Executive Vice President of the company’s San Diego-based Western Region. The announcement follows JPI’s recent C-suite expansion to further position the company for growth, while prioritizing its people-first foundation.
“I’m excited to be joining JPI, one of the premier privately-held multifamily developers in the country,” Bartlett said. “The company is well-positioned for incredible growth and success, built on more than 30 years of proven development experience. I’m looking forward to utilizing my passion for both people and the multifamily industry to lead the Western Region in its long-term strategic initiatives.”
Bartlett joins JPI with more than 24 years of experience in real estate development and management, most recently as Executive Vice President at The Resmark Companies in Los Angeles where she served on the investment committee and led the asset management practice. Additionally, Bartlett has held leadership positions with other notable industry players, such as SunCal Companies in Irvine, Calif., and Fremont Investment & Loan in Brea, Calif.
She currently serves as an Executive Mentor and is on the Real Estate Advisory Board at the University of California, Irvine Paul Merage School of Business.
In her role at JPI, Bartlett will draw on an experienced team of leaders and oversee all components of multifamily operations in the Western Region, including a focus on expanding production in Southern California, exploring third-party general contracting opportunities and building JPI’s high-caliber communities.
As a member of the firm’s executive leadership team, Bartlett will play a key role in supporting JPI’s culture with a continued goal of attracting and growing a first-class team. Bartlett will also contribute to JPI’s market expansion and portfolio diversification, in addition to serving on the firm’s Investment Committee.
“We’ve built a fantastic team in Southern California and know that, with Patty’s leadership and passion for our business, great things are ahead,” said JPI’s Chief Executive Officer Payton Mayes. “Her wealth of knowledge and market experience will position JPI well for capitalizing on opportunities as we grow our annual production to more than $400 million. Additionally, her people-first focus will ensure we continue to attract, grow and retain the best talent in our industry. I couldn’t be more excited to have Patty join the JPI family.”