| ||Max Frank |
Max Frank brings more than a decade of real estate acquisition, financing, product development, land planning, entitlement, land development and homebuilding experience to 33NDG. Frank has been directly responsible for identifying new land investment opportunities, negotiating land acquisitions, sourcing and securing debt and equity, and obtaining entitlements for development properties throughout California and Nevada. Frank has entitled large-scale, in-fill residential master planned communities, mixed-use projects and neighborhood in-fill projects, including The Vale at Sunnyvale, a 450-unit master planned community that was sold in 2016 for $186 Million.
Prior to founding 33NDG, Frank worked for Watt Communities for 14 years, most recently leading operations in Southern California and the San Francisco Bay Area. At Watt, Frank focused on urban in-fill, urban master planned communities, and adaptive reuse of underutilized industrial or commercial properties. In addition to directing and overseeing strategic planning for his divisions, Frank managed real estate acquisition, financing, product development, entitlement, land development, and homebuilding operations.
Frank received his Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning & Development from the University of Southern California. Frank is a licensed California Real Estate Broker. Max uses his experience to impact the industry by serving on the Leadership Council for USCs Sol Price School of Public Policy and as a member and past board member of the Building Industry Association. In addition to being a leader within his field, Max contributes both time and treasure to Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.
Jeff Warmoth brings more than three decades of experience in law, investment banking, land planning, product development, entitlement, land development and homebuilding to 33NDG. Before teaming up with Frank, Warmoth was Vice President - Operations for two Builder 100 homebuilders where he was directly responsible for the acquisition, planning, product design, entitlement and development of several large master planned communities which will total more than 7,000 units upon build-out.
In addition, he was directly responsible for securing land use entitlements for several major Silicon Valley developments, including the redevelopment of the Sunnyvale Town Center project.
Most recently, Warmoth has been directly responsible for the successful approval, land planning, product planning, community engagement and governmental entitlement for projects that will, upon completion, include more than 900 units of in-fill residential and mixed-use projects in the San Francisco Bay Area. Also during his tenure, Warmoth practiced law with a specialization in transactional and land use real estate matters.
Warmoth is a licensed California Real Estate Broker and a member of the California State Bar. Warmoth received his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance/Accounting from the University of Illinois, and his law degree from The University of Virginia, J.D. Jeff has served in numerous community volunteer roles, including as Member and as Chairman, Los Altos Planning Commission, Los Altos, California, 1994-1998; and, Development Community Representative, Specific Plan Oversight and Outreach Committee, El Camino Real/Downtown Specific Plan, Menlo Park, California, 2006-2008.