Michael Bronska has developed, designed, and managed corporate projects across the United States for 30 years including projects for the corporations such as Salt River Project, Avnet, Gannett Corporation (USA Today), University of Phoenix, and Phelps Dodge (Freeport McMoran). In addition to the corporate clients, Mr. Bronska has designed and managed numerous master planned communities and custom residences in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Mr. Bronska provided full-service program, project, and construction management services to owners, investors, lenders and corporate users of real estate, working as their advocate, to develop and execute sophisticated real estate strategies aimed at improving operations, unlocking value, or minimizing risk. Representative companies include Cyburt Hall Partners, Terrabrook, Daedalus Real Estate Advisors, First Industrial Real Estate Trust, Discovery Land Company, Lehman Brothers Holdings, Bank of America, Citigroup, GE Capital, Angelo Gordon, and Cahava Springs Development Corporation.
Mr. Bronska has been involved as an executive or principal in numerous real estate developments including several well-known master plan communities including the 928 golf oriented residential master planned project in north Scottsdale now known as Mirabel Golf Community; Cahava Springs, a 980 acre residential master planned community in Cave Creek; Copper Basin, a 640 acre residential master planned community in Pinal County; Brighton Village, a 1,600 acre master planned community in Coolidge; Longbow Business Park and Golf Club, a 300 acre mixed use golf oriented commercial development in Mesa; Dover Industrial Park, a sixty five (65) acre business park in Mesa; Park Place, a 100 acre mixed use development in Chandler; Diablo Technology Park in Tempe; Summit Business Park, a 160 acre business park in Surprise; and Buckeye Freeway Center, an eighty acre freeway oriented distribution center in Buckeye.
Mr. Bronska is an adjunct faculty member and teaches in the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University with undergraduate and graduate programs focusing on real estate finance and real estate development. He has developed sophisticated financial analysis tools using Argus Enterprise and Microsoft Excel and uses these in his teaching.
Mr. Bronska has been a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and other industry organizations. Mr. Bronska is a licensed architect in the State of Arizona and holds a property tax valuation license in Arizona.