Scott Hoeft

Scott Hoeft

Scott Hoeft is vice-president and partner in Santa Fe Planning Group, Inc., (SFPG). Along with business partner, Al Lilly, Mr. Hoeft has established SFPG as a successful land-planning firm dedicated to enhancing land development and the design of properties throughout New Mexico and other western states. SFPG has built a solid reputation of integrity, specifically for working extensively with neighborhood groups and associations prior to the commencement of development projects. Mr. Hoeft is a proven leader in effectively managing the project entitlement process, coordinating design professionals, and leading the regulatory agency and public hearing process. With over 20-years of experience in planning and real estate development, Mr. Hoeft has been involved with some of the Southwest’s most unique and challenging development projects. This has involved obtaining the entitlements for numerous, major development projects, inclusive of zoning and annexation agreements; while also representing the HOA’s as the design professional on the Architectural Review Committees.

Previously, Mr. Hoeft held positions at some of real estate’s foremost organizations including Tishman Speyer Properties in New York City, a development company that has as part of its portfolio Rockefeller Center and the Chrysler Building in Manhattan. During the years from 1995-1998, Mr. Hoeft was the chief architect of new programs to disperse information throughout the industry at the Urban Land Institute in Washington, DC. Mr. Hoeft has also worked with the US Department of Transportation on a project that supported landmark ISTEA legislation, which resulted in senior Cabinet and White House recognition in 1994. In the early 1990’s, Mr. Hoeft held positions in other communities including Boulder, Grand Junction, and Ft. Lupton, Colorado, which focused primarily on growth management strategies.

Mr. Hoeft holds a master degree in real estate development from Columbia University, and master degree in city planning and public policy from the University of Colorado.

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