THG provides expert and affordable development, management and support services to investors, real estate and property management professionals, and private, public and non-profit entities.
THG principals Tom Hom and Will Newbern first teamed up in the 1970's forming a series of real estate investment groups.
Together, Hom and Newbern have:
Developed apartment complexes, shopping centers, mixed use commercial and residential projects, industrial properties, and ranch acreage
Rehabilitated single room occupancy (SRO) hotels in downtown San Diego and historic properties in the city's Gaslamp Quarter
Constructed modern, new SRO complexes, including the "Golden Nugget" award winning property in San Diego, Trolley Court and the Sierra Club's "Best Residential Development 2000" in Nevada, Campaige Place, Las Vegas
Managed by developing the people and the proprietary management systems necessary for day-to-day success
Created an innovative housing concept-SRO+™... "much more than just a room ... room to save ... room to grow... room for all you need ..."
Today, their company is one of few firms specializing in building and operating SROs, affordable housing developments which pose special management challenges.
Hom and Newbern have succeeded - where others failed - because of their unique combination of "one-stop-shop" skills:
Partnering government with private enterprise
Proprietary management and operation systems
Who We Are | What We Offer | Why We Achieve
Tom Hom Chairman
Tom Hom, chairman of the Tom Hom Group is a native San Diegan. He was elected to the San Diego City Council in 1962, served as deputy mayor, and later won a seat in the California State Assembly.
Hom was among a core group of people with the vision, energy, optimism and drive to turn San Diego's once tired downtown into the bustling, active center it is today. Honored with a long list of civic awards, Hom'srésumé includes tributes from San Diego's Centre City Development Corporation, Gaslamp Quarter Foundation, the San Diego Board of Realtors and the Downtown Partner's Association. – less–ZoomInfo