Shea Homes

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Shea Homes
Type Subsidiary
Industry Homebuilding
Founded 1881 (1881) in Portland, Oregon
Founders John F. Shea
Headquarters Walnut, California, United States
Area served Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina and Washington.
Key people
  • John F. Shea (founder)
  • Bert Selva (CEO)
Parent J. F. Shea Co.
Website sheahomes.com

Shea Homes, a division of the J.F. Shea Co., Inc., is America's largest privately owned new home builder, primarily building mid-priced to high-end homes. Headquartered in Walnut, California, the company develops new home communities in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina and Washington. Its communities offer home designs that include condominiums, townhomes, traditional single-family detached homes and luxury residences. In addition, Shea Homes is the developer of Shea Homes Active Lifestyle Communities and Trilogy Resort-Style Communities.

Shea Homes was named America's Best Builder in 2005 by Builder Magazine[citation needed], 2007 Builder of the Year by Professional Builder.[citation needed] and 2011 JD Power and Associates Customer Service Champion.

History[edit]

Shea Homes’ parent company, the J. F. Shea Co., was founded in 1881 in Portland, Oregon by John Francis Shea. In addition to being a new home builder, the J. F. Shea Company's activities include commercial construction, civil engineering, commercial and multi-family property development and management, construction materials and venture capital.

Divisions and subsidiaries[edit]

  • Divisions
    • Colorado - Denver
    • Florida - Orlando
    • Nevada - North Las Vegas
    • North Carolina - Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham
    • South Carolina - York, Lancaster
    • Washington - Seattle
    • Arizona - Phoenix, Peoria, Buckeye, Litchfield Park, Maricopa, Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley
    • California - Sacramento, Central Coast, LA/Ventura County, Orange County, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco
  • Subsidiaries/Shea Brands

References[edit]

Deffenbaugh, Paul (2006-12-01), Healthy and Great, retrieved 2007-10-04 
Power, Matthew (2006-12-01), Shea Homes: Lasting Legacy, retrieved 2007-10-04 
Staff, Professional Builder (2006-12-01), The Shea Homes Universe, retrieved 2007-10-04 
Cardis NRS. Corp. with Additional Reporting by the NRS Team, Paul (2006-11-01), The Shea Homes Universe, retrieved 2007-10-04 
Funding Universe, J.F. Shea Co., Inc., retrieved 2007-10-04 

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