Mr. Mishkin is native New Yorker and a Chicago transplant who came to Phoenix in 1976. After arriving in Phoenix he was instrumental in helping to shape the future of residential development through the conversion of apartment units to condominiums. During a five-year period, he successfully acquired, converted or built and sold over 1,500 condominiums, winning numerous awards for design.
Throughout his career Mr. Mishkin and his partners owned and operated nearly 25 private and semi-private golf facilities. Among them were the famed Arizona Biltmore Golf Courses, and the Scottsdale Country Club. In 2004 he co-developed the 350-acre Las Palomas Golf Resort in Peņasco (Rocky Point), Mexico. That project entailed ground entitlements, environmental approval from the Mexican Coastal Authority and the planning and design of more than 2,500 high rise and home residential units, meeting facilities and an 18-hole links style golf course. The project was awarded the International Golf Development of the Year by Golf Inc. Magazine International and is considered the forerunner of beach front development for the State of Sonora, Mexico.
Other development and business ventures have included an interest in the Telluride Companies, which own and operate the ski mountain, golf club and related facilities in Colorado; development of a home furnishings retail business offering the exclusive MacKenzie-Childs lines operating in the Arizona Biltmore Fashion Center; development of new restaurant concepts throughout Arizona; part owner of the Los Abrigados Resort in Sedona, Arizona; and as a founding partner of MCW Holdings LLC, a mixed-use real estate development company in Tempe, Arizona. MCW developed Brickyard on Mill, which features 125,000 sq.ft. of "Class A" office space, 105,000 sq.ft. of retail and restaurant space and 115,000 sq.ft. of for sale loft condominiums.
Keith Mishkin founded Cambridge Properties in 1994 and today is recognized as one of the premier Brokers for luxury residential living in the Phoenix-Scottsdale market. Most notably, since 2003 Cambridge Properties has closed over one billion dollars in new home sales of urban lifestyle developments as well as single-family homes in Metro Phoenix. Keith directly oversees all aspects of the sales and marketing of a community from inception through completion.
With nearly 10,000 homes sold in all price points, notable experience includes The Residences at 2211 Camelback, Esplanade Place across from Biltmore Fashion Park, Montelucia in Paradise Valley and Two Biltmore Estates. In addition to the award winning New Home Sales division, Cambridge Properties has a boutique resale and investment division with several of the top sales professionals in the market today. Keith is also an active real estate investor having personally invested in over 300 transactions ranging from individual homes to large unimproved parcels, to hotels, offices and apartments.
Keith has received several distinguished awards and recognition throughout his career, including: Phoenix Business Journal Top Five Sales Professionals in Arizona; Top 10 Career Sales Associates award from Central Arizona Home Builder's Association; Phoenix Association of Realtors Lifetime Presidents Round Table Award; Carl A. Wilson Lifetime Achievement Award from the Central Arizona Home Builder's Association; Top Producer in the Valley for new homes as determined by the Central Arizona Home Builder's Association; and MAME Salesperson of the Year.
Keith is a proud alumnus from the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University with a degree in Economics.
With over 15 years of experience in real estate Mr. Mishkin has been involved in every major facet of the real estate business. Currently, Mr. Mishkin oversees the acquisition, conversion, and sales for MM Investments, a real estate investment company that has repositioned over 200 assets and transacted over $50 million worth of business since 2009. In addition to his work with MM Investments, Mr. Mishkin serves as Cambridge Properties COO and Director of Resale.
Since his entry into the real estate business Mr. Mishkin has personally brokered nearly $200 million in closed brokerage transactions, developing his expertise in market data, investing strategies, repositioning, marketing, and development. Prior to forming MM Investments, Cory was also involved in a number of residential and mixed use projects throughout the Phoenix and New York market place. Cory's previous projects range from overseeing the developments of Moinian Capital Corporation (now Fortuna Realty), in New York City, to years of residential sales in Arizona. It was his years at Moinian Capital where Cory was able to hone his development skills. There he oversaw the construction and redevelopment of four hotels, and several residential apartment buildings. In addition, he directed land acquisitions, development, and marketing of Moinian Capital's portfolio of investments.
Mr. Mishkin currently resides in Phoenix with his wife and newborn son.
Notable Past Projects of Involvement
- 2211 Camelback, Phoenix
- Mountain Canyon, Phoenix
- One Scottsdale, Scottsdale
- Orpheum Lofts, Phoenix
- Former Hyatt Hotel, Orlando
- Dylan Hotel, Manhattan
- 422 St. Nicholas Avenue, Manhattan
- Wyndham Sugar Bay, St. Thomas
- Hotel Indigo, Manhattan
Mr. Mishkin is actively seeking development and joint venture opportunities across Arizona. He can be contacted at 602-493-5100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Robbeloth is a seasoned golf director and general manager of golf facilities. His extensive background began at the Arizona Biltmore Resort Golf Courses where he served as General Manager throughout the 1970s, 80s and 90s. In 1998 he began work to assist the owners to re-entitle portions of the Adobe Golf Course for residential development. His work at this time involved managing the planning and logistics of transforming portions of the course into new uses. After a successful sale he continued work with Golf Solutions, a consulting entity he helped establish in 1996. While working with Golf Solutions he served as the primary consultant for several courses and private clubs throughout Arizona, California and Hawaii.
In 2002 Mr. Robbeloth joined Abigail Golf Ventures as Vice President, managing all phases of developing the internationally award winning project, The Links at Las Palomas Golf Club in Peñasco, Mexico. He was responsible for the development and selection of of architects, contractors and key management; established the venture's business plan and budgets; and developed a membership marketing plan. Among his responsibilities were to set-up a golf shop and inventory, and to manage the golf facility budgets during construction and the first few years of operation.
Credited with numerous awards and citations over his career, Robbeloth is known for his ability to produce profits in the golf business. As General Manager for properties and development work he has successfully implemented fiscal policies that have reached 200% profitability realizations. He is known for finding solutions to reduce expense costs, spearheading management changes that attain loyal employees and less cost to owners while maintaining a quality experience for golfers.
Robbeloth has a B.S. degree in Administration and Economics from St. Mary's College and is a Class A Member of the PGA. He has been the recipient of awards from Sports Illustrated/Southwest Section PGA, Golf Industry Magazine (Merchandiser of the Year), Golf Inc. Magazine (International Development of the Year), Golf Digest (Best 100 Golf Shops in the U.S.), and Golf Magazine (Silver Medal: Best Golf Resorts in America).
Forrest Richardson is a golf course architect who has gained a reputation for thoughtful and award winning land planning of projects ranging from destination resorts to small, 9-hole golf facilities. He is the principal of Forrest Richardson & Associates, a golf planning and design firm with celebrated projects throughout the western U.S. The firm has received awards for excellence, innovation and attention to detail. In the U.S., the firm's work spans from Hawaii and Alaska to the East Coast, with an emphasis in pacific and southwest states. The firm's international work has included projects in Mexico, Central America, Canada, Bulgaria, Albania, Sweden and Asiatic Russia. In addition to work designing courses, Forrest Richardson serves as a key consultant to feasibility, transformation and planning projects.
Forrest is the author of four books on golf architecture: Routing the Golf Course, Bunkers, Pits & Other Hazards, On Course, and Course Brains. Richardson is a member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects and the prestigious Keepers of the Green of St. Andrews, Scotland.
Forrest's philosophy is to create an overall golf experience one grounded in tradition, enjoyment and suitability to the surroundings. Rather than a style or "look," he believes that the design of a golf course should adapt to each site. The needs of the golfer, the membership and customers who will ultimately play the course are always a paramount consideration. His designs embrace the natural terrain, balancing creativity with natural features and nuances that become integrated to each hole. The routing and flow of his courses embrace the unique attributes of the land. Vistas, wind, sunlight, and even the local culture, are each studied and considered in creating the golf experience.
Richardson is a member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects and is an active participant in various national and international educational programs including ASLA, ULI and others.