Located in Chino Hills, this project consists of 159 single-family lots on 130 acres. The lots will range in size from 7,200 square feet to 14,273 square feet.
Mystic Canyon @ Shady View Dr.
To learn more about the project, reach out to the project broker(s).
Graham Gilles has specialized in residential and commercial land sales in both the Inland Empire and Urban Infill markets for over 20 years. Graham is regarding as one of the leading land brokers and prides himself on getting the best results for his clients. His areas of expertise are in providing expert brokerage services, property valuations, research and market data, client relations and managing transaction to their successful conclusions.
Prior to joining the Hoffman Company Mr. Gilles was a Financial Analyst at Highpointe Communities from 1995 to 2000. During his tenure he was also involved in the processing of in excess of 5,000 lots and over 500 apartment units. This past experience brings a unique skill set to the brokerage side of the business.
Graham attended UCLA and was a member of the men’s tennis team. He also completed the Light Construction and Development Management Certificate Program (LCDM) at UCI.
Norman Scheel joined The Hoffman Company in 1989 and remains one of the firm's top brokers with total closings in excess of $2.5 billion. Mr. Scheel acquired the firm in 2005 from founder Byron Hoffman and is currently co-owner with partner Tom Dallape. With more than 33 years in the business, Mr. Scheel has played a role in the closing of over 90,000 residential units throughout California. During this career, Mr. Scheel has enjoyed a professional relationship with California's leading homebuilders, land developers and financial institutions.
As President of The Hoffman Company, Mr. Scheel has led the firms' expansion by opening offices in Nevada and Northern California.
Mr. Scheel has been a panelist and guest speaker at numerous real estate conferences throughout California.
Mr. Scheel has served on the Board of Directors for United Cerebral Palsy and is currently on the Advisory Board for the University of La Verne College of Business and Public Management.